Why is it that when I'm running late in the mornings I rationalize having a samoa for breakfast? Oh, because it's girl scout cookie season, and that's what it does to me. This is the only time I ever really eat coconut.
You can also find things like this that are dangerous, especially when ice cream is already your favorite food.
[I guess it's Dreyer's or Edy's depending on where you live]
Am I the only one who feels like these cookies are dangerous and irresistible? Also, I discovered, while going to school in Mississippi, that there are different bakers for the cookies and they name the cookies differently. So in Oxford, the Samoas = Caramel Delights, Tagalongs = Peanut Putter Patties, Do-Si-Dos = Peanut Butter Sandwich, Trefoils = Shortbread. Now, here in Memphis, we have the fun-named ones [the ones I bolded], so when I went to Ole Miss, people called them the other names and I didn't get it. They were missing out on the awesome "real" names. I have had to convert my Mississippi husband to use the correct names.
Anyone else ever experienced/noticed this?