Well, I'm game to check out any guy who thinks I'm gorgeous, even if he does spell it wrong.
What I find is a profile that says he is 49, but later says he really is 53, he just doesn't want to be cut out of searches that stop at 50. (HELLO - you are 53, you should be left out of those searches. Get over yourself!)
He then goes on to rail about women who are out of his specified age range of 35 to 48 (18 to 5 years younger than his real age) daring to contact him. That he has the age range for a reason and they should move on. Note to Madonna - you are too old, don't contact this man!
Now he exceeds my age range by three years (I'm 43, I prefer to date guys 38 to 48, but I recently bumped it up to 50. And I'll give anybody a chance, age is just a guideline for me. There are some older guys who are hot!). But how hypocritical of him! Don't contact him, but he can contact me. He also goes on to say:
Ladies I've been clear about the importance of health & taking care of yourself. If you aren't slim or toned, please understand we wont be a match. Save us both the uncomfortability of me saying no thanks.
I'm sorry - what a hypocritical jerk! I saw this guy in the gym and he is nowhere near "slim and toned." (Can you say "beer gut?")
After reading his profile, I send him the following message:
That is where the illusion ends, however:
When I opened this one (they are sealed in shrink-wrap) all the little eggs had fallen into one corner. Not looking so good. I also felt compelled to buy one of each color (white and yellow) thinking there might be some difference. Nope.
And, of course, Hershey has an entry:
No - I didn't go back to Russell Stover. I told you, I am trying to learn from my mistakes and not return to men who break my heart.
Here they are naked (Hershey, NECCO, and See's):
And here's the autopsy photo:
Okay - Hershey is first, NECCO (notice the odd yellowish hue) is second, and last is See's. You will see that See's (hee, hee) is actually packed with caramel. I was so excited by this because I ADORE caramel! Marshmallow I can take or leave, but caramel is another matter. Caramel I will never leave.
NECCO was not as horrible as I thought. Now that is not a rousing endorsement by any means. It was edible. And I like the size - fun to pop in your mouth.
See's - I hate this - was such a disappointment! The marshmallow was tough. I know - how can marshmallow be tough? It was - I even pulled one apart and just ate the marshmallow. Not so good. The caramel was average. WAH - I REALLY wanted these to be awesome! I do have five more. : (
Hershey's was the best of the lot. The marshmallow was fluffy - like a marshmallow should be and I just like that Hershey's chocolate taste.
But if you really want a kicking Easter Marshmallow (besides Peeps, of course, the ultimate Easter marshmallow, but I'm talking chocolate and marshmallow here). Get thee to the grocery store immediately!!!
That's my girl - Little Debbie - and these are just too damn good. I ate the entire box and was having a tough time not doing it in one sitting. It's the brownie/cookie-like base that makes these so awesome:
And they are only 140 calories each! Not a small amount if you eat the entire box, of course, but a good caloric deal for a big fat marshmallow covered cookie!
This Easter I wish you lots of marshmallow candy in your Easter basket and no marshmallow brains in your inbox.