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I’ve got a fondu pot… I know that’s 70′s, but I gotta use it for something.
Um….fruit roll-ups? Or were they early 90s?
Marshmallow fluff? Tab? Nerds?
Fruit roll ups were 80′s… nice one. Too bad I can’t find my Erik Estrada poster.
NERDS!!!!!!!!!!!! I remember once as a kid I got an XL Blizzard from Dairy Queen made with Nerds. The thought of it now makes me sick.
Not only a nerd Blizzard, but an Extra Large one. I’m lucky if I can finish a small now.
What about Chews gum? I don’t know if those came out in the 80s, but that’s when I was eating them!!
Number 200! wooo!
Nerds and fruit rollups are very 80′s. And Garbage Pail Kids! They came with gum, I think, so you could serve those. If you have a Dillon’s Candy Store near you they sell those and any retro candy you can think of.
Bucky and Jessica, I can not BELIEVE I missed out on that conversation.
I was writing a post on my damn blog !
Bucky, horses and dolphins- you too, huh?
heather, your “scent of emotion” blew my away. i just sat at my desk and cried. thank you.
Wow. We can comment! To bad there are only ten minutes of my work day left. I worked all damn day and didn’t fu*k around at all! Damn it!
I love this picture! And Nerds, and fruit rollups. Also, Spree.
RIMom…I’m from RI too. You know, if you care.
Beautiful Life story as well. Thank you for sharing.
I always loved Mike-n-Ike candies. And Hot Tamales, those little red candies. And wax lips! And those little wax bottles that you bite the tops off of and drink the juice inside. That is just downright goodness.
Scents are a pretty powerful thing.
Ahh back from my neck zapping, im fulla spark now.
What is neck zapping? I missed something. Is that like bug zapping? I love those bug zappers. I know it is summertime when I hear the buzz of flies and gnats being electrocuted.
Hot tamales! Those are the best. Good for the movies. As are Twizzlers, through which Coke can be drunk.
Katie – 27 minutes left!!!
I hope your boss took you to lunch today for Sec Week!!!!
OH, and sour patch kids! Those rock! I also used to drink Coke through twizzlers. The Twizzler tastes really good when it is saturated in Coke or Mountain Dew.
Sour patch kids!! I eat a whole bag every time I see a movie. And my husband eats a box of Hot Tamales. It’s like we’re actually 12.
OMG: Feed me Jessicarabbit…feed me!
I crane my neck to look at this (ordinaire) pic!
I always get sour patch kids at the movies – (a) because they are my favorite and (b) because most people can’t take the sourness of them and don’t want to eat any, therefore I have them all to myself.
Kat, yes certain scents can be a pretty powerful, erotic thing!
Neck zapping, its when you go to the chiropractor and they put 4 little pads on your neck and upper back and zap you up with current to make your muscles contract and release for 20 minutes so they can then wrench your head around and try to make your spine be good.
Lauren, I would but I dont think I can make virtual food yet, im working on it though!
Neck zapping – the easy (lazy and expensive) way to exercise
I’m confused. Is this a palm tree in the background?????!!!!
nicole kidman has *booty flies* too, just like heather.
i hope you think about ms. kate evans’ booty flies while you’re staring at her as she interviews you. i hope her booty flies make you smile with glee.
listening to heather online right now.
hey heather just tuned into you on abc radio – you sounded awesome. good stuff!
Heather! you rock
You were so right she did ask you that!!
I can’t hear anything.
man, why don’t we have sky like that in our town?
Whoot! Australian ABC?!? My favourite radio station!
I found a t-shirt that made me think of Dooce.
hmm.. is it just me or does Nicole Kidman look a little chunky around the jaw in that photo?
Luminous pic! I like the deep darks and pale lights.
sometimes i forget what the sky looks like. living in the city, you kind of forget what the sky looks like at dusk or sunrise.
Can someone please post a direct link to the audio.
it’s about 25 minutes into the first hour.
I’m writing about my kids too (not as well of course). At what point do I stop? Do I need their permission at some point (e.g., when they are teens)? Will they hate me more because I blog about them?
“But Heather, your blog is TERRIBLY funny!” Oooh, I think Kate Evans is a fan! And it cracked me up when she said “your child’s vomit.”
Heather, I didn’t wanna read all 477 comments from yesterdays pic but I wanted to say I love the color of your hair in “through the looking glass”
Also, your post about the corn dog on a stick had me laughing hysterically to the point I had that dry uncontrollable cough for at least 1/2 hr. Thank you for that!
I just read a fashionating article in Business Weeks at my hairdressers business. I learned about blogging. (I never knew before, but had herd the word)
I read it while I was waiting to have my hair did, but I let the lady go in front of me because it was so ineterestin.
This is my first time to ever and I mean Ever post a blog before, so I hope you welcomes me.
Heather Armstrong, you are my God.
And hearing you on the radio?
The best birthday present EVER.
yeah april 27th, my 40th bday. yikes.
Happy birthday, Tara
Miss Flanella Jo, wow, your name is so soft and comfy. I totally welcomes you, sweetie, for whatever that’s worth. The lady of the house here is most welcoming, too. You should get yourself one of those blogs. I would absolutely read you.
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