Thursday, March 24, 2005

Can anyone explain to me the great appeal of the Peep?

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It's just a marshmallow--and not an especially tasty one. Is it just the seasonal availability? The "cute" factor?

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If the latter, why not take a real chick and roll it in sugar?


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3 comments:

Ron Southern said...

Good thing you included a photo of "a real chick". We could have all gotten off down the wrong path here!

Talley said...

It's the stiff and crunchy coating--that's why they taste better when they're nearly stale.

CG said...

I'm all for peeps.. and letting them get a bit stale.

But let's face it, we've all tried the "real" chick in sugar trick --- it's just too bloody. (tho tasty).