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Here are a few product reviews posted this week from other blogs we follow.

I wonder if Bobby McFerrin knows that Be Happy now comes in a liquid form. If not, someone should tell him because I’m sure he’ll be happy to hear he doesn’t have to sing that song anymore to make people be happy. (via Addicted 2 Energy)

The turkey patty in the Carl’s Jr. Turkey Burger has “zero flavor” and “wasn’t oozing juices, but did retain moisture.” Sounds like someone’s been using my technique for cooking turkey. (via An Immovable Feast and Grub Grade)

Is it just me or does chocolate dipped Peeps look like Peeps sitting in a nest made from poop. Ugh…Must cut back on the skat videos. (via Candyblog)

I still think Mountain Dew Supernova should’ve won the first Dewmocracy, and I’ll burp fight anyone who thinks otherwise. Oh, you don’t know burp fighting. It’s when two people bring their mouths close enough to each other like they’re going to French kiss, but instead of touching each other, they burp into each other mouths until one person can’t take it anymore. It’s fun for the whole carbonated family. (via BevReview)

Take your pick of products from companies that sound like they were named by people talking to babies — Booja Booja or Moo Moo. (via Jim’s Chocolate Mission and Freezer Burns)

3 thoughts to “THE WEEK IN REVIEWS – 3/26/2011”

  1. If I had to judge McFerrin’s album by the cover, I would say that its would be the first sincere kids sing-a-long album that totes the “simple pleasures” in life. My favorite hits from his album are “Hide and Seek in a Construction Zone”, “Cashmere Sweater Hug”, and “Who is that Creeping Guy Staring At You.”

    Adults are really missing out on the “simple” things in life, and if we are willing to lend an ear, Ole Boddy’s tunes are gonna set us straight.

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