Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Fiber One Rocks!!!


Good News: "Fiber One" bars are delicious!!!
Bad News: They are called "FIBER ONE" for a reason.

You would think that such a blatant label would act as a red flag of sorts. Like maybe it was the "Surgeon General" warning for granola bars.

CAUTION: Eating more that the suggested serving size could lead to severe stomach aches, shortness of breathe, and in some very extreme cases, incontinence problems.

NOPE. All I saw was a thin wrapper between me and gooey morsels of oats mixed with chocolate chips, drizzled in more chocolate. I ate waaaay too many at one time. I'm fairly confident that I have a highly educated readership so I won't elaborate too much further. Just consider yourselves warned!!!

7 comments:

Ginger said...

So, the crazy part of me wants to know...is it Fiber One Rocks!!! or Fiber One rocks (as in pebbles)? OK, never mind, I don't think I REALLY want an answer to that question. Perhaps this was the reason that there is a significant gap in your musings...no laptap & wi-fi card...

Ginger said...

oops...lapTOP & wi-fi card.

Tom and Audrie said...

Thanks for the warning!!!

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The Anderson Clan said...

Funny! Dumb and Dumber came to my mind...yeah...this is awkward...enough said. Enjoy your Fiber One Bars (one at a time).

Marie said...

Hey..Marie Medrano here. I happened on your blog through a string of people we both must know...and I laughed so hard. You are hilarious..and what a great writer. I was watching Scrubs at the same time and found myself laughing harder at your blog than the show. At least we won't be seeing you up at the hospital with a bowel obstruction problem anytime soon. How's your Grandpa by the way?

Sterling Ungerman Family said...

Fiber one was introduced to the Ungerman household via a case of Fiber one from Sam's club. I found that I could set a clock on my inner gutty works... 8 hours EXACT! and I was a Um... you ever see those shows were they show how they make stuff in factories? I watched one on how they make spaghetti through an extruder. Mental image clear enough? Mmmhuh! Good!