An exclamation point is used to show excitement, pain, anger and, depending on the amount used, the degree of your LOL. Of those options, I’m not sure what the exclamation point in the Frosted Wild! Grape Pop-Tarts is trying to express. Maybe it’s the pain and/or anger of the grapes who are disappointed they were used in a filling for a toaster pastry instead of a fine Merlot wine from Napa Valley.
Or the unnecessary punctuation could be trying to show some excitement. Although, even though an exclamation point looks like an erection, there’s nothing really thrilling about grape Pop-Tarts. The only punctuations I feel best describe this latest Pop-Tarts flavor is a colon, following by a hyphen and then a vertical bar.
As you can see on the box, each Pop-Tart is baked with real fruit…oh, I’m sorry…Real Fruit! But this means absolutely nothing if you’re trying to consume your recommended daily servings of fruit since the filling is made up of only 10 percent fruit. Also, like all Pop-Tarts, each one is fortified with sad amounts of vitamins and minerals. These pitiful amounts are as satisfying as trying to masturbate to pictures of Amish women because only around 10 percent of their skin is showing.
If you’re expected the Frosted Wild! Grape Pop-Tarts to be healthier than, let’s say Chocolate Banana Split Pop-Tarts, because it contains a little fruit, you will be disappointed. But honestly, just by looking at it, it’s easy to see it’s not the most healthiest item you can have as part of a complete breakfast. Try to name me any product with purple frosting and a radioactive green-colored drizzle that is healthy.
I’ve tried a lot of different Pop-Tart flavors in my lifetime and I have to say the Wild! Grape flavor is probably near the bottom of my favorite Pop-Tart flavors list, although I did like it. The grape flavor is a familiar one that I’ve tasted with either a grape candy or juice and it’s not overly sweet like some of the dessert flavored Pop-Tarts. It’s decent tasting, but if I want a fruit flavored Pop-Tart I’d prefer the frosted strawberry or blueberry ones. But if I want to be masochistic, deprive myself of sugary goodness and avoid unnecessary punctuation marks, I’ll purchase unfrosted Pop-Tarts.
(Nutrition Facts – 1 pastry – 200 calories, 5 grams of fat, 1.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 170 milligrams of sodium, 36 grams of carbohydrates, less than 1 gram of fiber, 17 grams of sugar, 2 grams of protein, 10% vitamin A, 10% iron, 10% thiamin, 10% riboflavin, 10% niacin, 10% vitamin B6 and 8% folic acid.)
Item: Frosted Wild! Grape Pop-Tarts
Price: $3.00 (on sale)
Size: 8 pastries
Purchased at: Safeway
Rating: 6 out of 10
Pros: Tastes decent toasted, straight out of the box or frozen. No trans fat. Using an exclamation point to express excitement. Exclamation point is an erect phallic punctuation.
Cons: Not one of my favorite flavors. Unnecessary use of an exclamation point. Contains high fructose corn syrup. Poor amounts of vitamins, minerals and fruit. Purple frosting and radioactive green drizzle is a little offputting. Trying to masturbate to pictures of heavily clothed Amish women. 😐
11 thoughts to “REVIEW: Frosted Wild! Grape Pop-Tarts”
…so these are made by the whining Napa people?
Grapes gone wild! I like beer, but I never have been able to get into the whole wine thing. To each their own, I guess.
ever notice how every flavor has the exact same number of calories? i think they just change the food coloring and chemical flavorings
why is it that this blog gives so much of a fuck about pop tarts?
We just report the facts, ma’am. It’s not TIB’s fault that Pop Tarts is apparently on a mission to make a pastry snack filled with every flavor ever created.
grape is the best flavor.
Pop Tarts rule. I am still disappointed they stopped making the chocolate pop tarts with the vanilla filling
I’ve gone 28 years of my life never, ever even considering the idea that an exclamation point looks like an erect penis. Thank you so very much, Marvo.
@Yum Yucky: Nope, they’re probably made by heartless robots.
@Chuck: I’m not into wine or beer, because I am not cool. 🙁
@nicolerecine: I did notice thatâ€¦unfortunately. Since they’re wrapped in pairs I tend to eat both of them in one sitting.
@coco: Because every time we do a Pop-Tarts review an angel gets its wings.
@brad: I respectfully disagree, my good man. I’m partial to Hot Fudge Sundae Pop-Tarts.
@edjunkie: I’m disappointed they no longer make the frosted apple cinnamon one. If it was still around, it would be my favorite.
@Kelley: You bring shame to your English degree.
Please, Please, Please bring back the original UNFROSTED grape pop-tart and make millions of people happy!!!!!
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