Friday, September 16, 2005

Side Effects of Birthdays or Good News, Bad News

I called to find out if Butterfingers have gluten. Because I'm craving one, okay?

They don't.

But I've officially moved into a new age group.


Blogger The Sandmonkey said...


Hey, at least you can eat Butterfingers throughout that age group, no?

Can you eat Resse's pieces? Whatever happend to the ones that had the oreo cookie bottoms? I used to love those!

5:51 AM  
Blogger pamela said...

I love Reese's Pieces. I'll have to look into that. My favorite is popcorn & Reese's Pieces together at the movies. A surprisingly awesome combination. I don't remember the ones with cookies in them... sounds yummy.

2:14 PM  
Blogger The Sandmonkey said...

What? they came in yellow packagaing! They are the main reason why i loved reese's pieces. But since u can't eat cookies anymore, guess that's a moot point.

Dude, that disease sucks, can't u like take some pills or something. what the fuck kind of modern medicical advances we have if some people can't eat pizza or bread? They got a pill that gives u 36 hour erections, but not one that makes u able to drink beer and eat bread? Fuckers!

7:15 AM  
Blogger pamela said...

Apparently it's widely diagnosed in Europe but only recently becoming more diagnosed in the States. Actually, I've been surprised that quite a few restaurants have gluten-free menus or at least someone in the restaurant knowledgeable as to what does and does not have gluten. But I'm with you. Give me a pill and let me have pizza and beer! Hopefully with the wider diagnoses one of the drug companies will hop on the bandwagon and make some $.

10:40 AM  
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6:47 PM  

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