Sunday, November 01, 2009

Clickity-click-click-click

A day of rest is in order for me, but here's a handful o' funsize treats for you courtesy of some of my more covert associates:

Click here
to receive a postcard from a stranger.

Click here to view the first film to use the word vagina in its screenplay--a 1946 Disney effort.

Click here for a peek at a bevy of secrets.

Click here
for tips on decorating with motherf***ing gourds.

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Confidential to new readers: Welcome. I'm so glad you're here. Please keep dropping in and commenting, telling me off, turning me on and making me think. You illuminate my tiny corner of the world more than you'll ever know.

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22 comments:

Gillian said...

Those look scrummy.

Clandestiny said...

A postcard from a STRANGER??? OMG Erin! That is one of the scariest things I've ever heard! lol

Danielle said...

Your blog is my new favorite blog! I love it ;)

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Matt Conlon said...

Haha! I blogged about those bacon cheese burgers on Krispy Kreme donuts too!

http://matt-conlon.blogspot.com/2009/10/so-someone-had-told-me-once-about-bacon.html

Joan Haskins said...

I'm quite hooked on your blog.

Bob said...

Cool blog - but those doughnut-things look revolting.

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Jack Cluth said...

Yeah, but here in Portland I can get Maple Bacon Doughnuts at Voodoo Donuts. Game. Set. Match. ;-)

Matt Conlon said...

Up in Welles Maine, at a Dunkin donut's I saw Peanutbutter and Jelly Donuts.

I'm sad to say I didn't give it a shot though.

DogsDontPurr said...

Shhhh....don't tell anyone, but I'd totally split one of those decadent donuts with you. It would be our little secret!

Elisson said...

Good Gawd! Lutherburgers!

I've written about those before... cheeseburgers lovingly tucked into a "bun" of Krispy Kreme donut.

Gaaaah!

Amy L. Hanna said...

Good gourd, a link that outcusses our Fairest Hostess - and on All Saints Day, no less.

(And "eakestly" about sums up my reaction thusly ...)

talesNtypos said...

Those look delish. Numnumnum.
Erin, you're such a gracious blogger. It's a lovely quality.

AnnieH said...

Hi Erin, I've recently be reading your blogs and have enjoyed very much reading them. I'm a new blogger myself!

Keep it up, it's inspiring.

Anna said...

OK - I'm from New Zealand and have no idea what a Krispy Kreme is - please tell me!
and yes, I love your blog too! It's a perfect read a the end of the day whne junior has gone down and I have my glass of red in hand! Thanks!

Erin O'Brien said...

Hello everyone and thanks for your comments and kind words.

Krispy Kreme's are a popular brand of doughnuts--deep fried dough embellished with sugar or chocolate glaze or sometimes filled with vanilla cream or jelly.

These are sugar glazed and cut in half in order to accommodate a bacon-cheeseburger. I have no idea whether or not they're Krispy Kreme brand or not.

Framkly, just looking at them raises my cholesterol four or five points. eek!

I want to try that postcard thing, though. I want to tell a secret at that other site as well.

Joshua said...

I saw those on Man vs. Food a few weeks ago. They serve those at a baseball field in Illinois; not the majors; not even the minors, unless it's way, way, way minors. I'm a vegetarian and HATE Krispy Kreme donuts, so I'm out on them. Just get me my vanilla creme filled powdered donut please.

Oh, and it sucks that I can't add the post secrets link to my dashboard. That blows. Thanks for the link, though.

-Joshua

G said...

Interesting blog.

Found yours through the "Blog of Note" tab on my dashboard (needed a change up to a few blogs I grew tired of reading.

Desi said...

I really like the links, thank you! :) and I enjoy your blog as well!

Isabella said...

OMG - I had to look twice to see that the skull was actually made of people. Trick of the eye I guess.

jford said...

I love this blog almost as much as I appreciate Erin Obrien ...

The Soho Phantom said...

New reader here! Looks like all good stuff! Keep it coming please ;-)

Matt Conlon said...

Ok, not to use this post to call attention to another post on my blog, but... I had to. The talk about the donut-burgers is so well ingrained in my head now that this video I found made me think of it right away: http://www.mattconlon.com/2009/11/windows-7-burger-from-burger-king.html