The Christmas Diet & a Laugh

For those of you, wanting to watch your calories around the holidays, this seems like a win-win to me. You get the smells and the flavors without all those pesky calories and fiber. And you can use your nice wine glasses to add a festive touch. πŸ˜‰

Three wisemen that algore could be proud of and call friend. Although, I think they’d better check on the emission levels from the Frankincense before they get too excited. Know what I mean? πŸ˜‰

(Ooops, HT to Ger for passing this along. WC)

Ooooh oooh and double oooh, if you wanna play a fun stupid game go here.

11 thoughts on “The Christmas Diet & a Laugh

  1. I can’t believe those sodas are real. How do they get customers?

    I’m not sure anyone actually consumes the products, but you have to admit they’d make great gag gifts. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  2. Jones has yummy sodas, too.
    But that turkey & gravy soda- ew.

    That game was hard for me.
    My scores were 0, 0, and o. 😦

    LOL – turkey and gravy soda – do you have that with a side of fries or what?

    Try the game a little longer, it took me about ten tries before I scored at all. It’s the coordination of the spacebar and arrow keys that is key. πŸ˜‰
    Chica

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  3. That sounds like a good idea. Here in Kenya, Christmas isn’t too much of a food-fest, it’s mostly a time to be with family or go on holiday. So the Christmas diet thing isn’t big here, but I’m pretty sure those sodas would sell out!

    You think? Really? And btw, what a cute name. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  4. This year the holiday soda pack from Jones soda even has the greenbean casserole instead of the peas yummmm 8)

    Far out! Now I won’t have to go through all those pesky recipe steps. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  5. Those sodas are so yucky sounding. We almost did buy those as a gag gift one year for someone but they were actually kind of pricey for something that would never get used except for a laugh. I imagine you could probably pair some of them with a Jelly Belly jelly bean flavor and maybe have some kind of weird meal. And a sugar high, of course. LOL

    It’d be a great gift for someone who has everything – or that kris kringle exchange at work where you’ve drawn the person you like least as a name. πŸ˜†
    WC

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  6. OMG, that is too funny. No way that shit is real. I’ve never heard of it before. This is something I have to see for myself. Maybe if I’ve had enough eggnog, I might get the gumption to try it.

    Well, if you do over indulge in the nog, make sure you’ve hidden your credit card really well. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  7. I find it amazing how, as Christmas approaches, adults go silly, and children get more wise. πŸ™‚

    Hey Tony!
    Hmmm…you may have a point. I think though that ‘adults’ go silly around Christmas because it conjures up fond memories of childhood, when things were simpler and more fun. Face it, fun is welll…fun. I don’t know about the children getting wise thing though – I’ll have to think about that. πŸ˜‰
    WC

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  8. Ive seen those sodas before and Im scared to tried them. They dont sound good, they dont look good .. I’d rather have a plate of turkey and dressing, with a big ol’ glass of milk instead.

    I’m with you. Gimme the real thang. πŸ˜†
    WC

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  9. I think I echo everyone’s sentiment regarding “Turkey and Gravy” soda.
    Gag me with a wishbone.
    ~m

    Oh lawd! I know what you mean – although, for those on a liquid diet it might not be so bad. πŸ˜‰
    A

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