A lot of my blog posts are inspired by other bloggers in one way or another. Sometimes I even get emails from bloggers with topics or headlines, saying “you should blog about this”. There’s always a good reason why they didn’t want to blog about it themselves.
The intrepid Brad Brown of BradBrown.com sent me this the other day.
SUMMER’S EVE FEMININE SPRAY ULTRA – EXTRA STRENGTH
I guess he didn’t feel connected enough with his feminine side to blog about it himself. I didn’t even know products like this still existed.
Did you know that Summer’s Eve mission is “to help you enjoy being a woman”? (That’s a direct quote, including the term “mission”). Here I’ve been blithly thinking I was kind of enjoying womanhood when in reality I couldn’t have been, could I, with my crotch smelling of female crotch instead of Tropical Rain. (One of their many “natural” scents which include Island Splash and Bush Fire…… okay, I made the last one up)
Here’a handy TIP from their website:
Carry Summer’s Eve® Feminine Deodorant Spray with you all day for freshness when you need it. Our cans fit easily in purses and handbags for your convenience.
In other news, Geewits recently blogged about her day at the fair (State Fair of Texas) and posted a photo of the Chicken Fried Bacon stand.
I had to know what the hell chicken fried bacon was, so she posted the recipe:
Chicken Fried Bacon – Thick and peppery Farm Pac® bacon is seasoned, double-dipped in a special batter and breading and deep-fried. Served with a creamy side of ranch or honey mustard sauce (or sometimes with cream gravy).
Creator, Glen Kusak won the fair’s Best Taste in the Big Tex Choice Awards competition.
Shirley Weiss won the Most Creative award with her fried banana split entry: a mash of deep fried gooey banana and honey peanut butter balls surrounded by chunky fried dough and then smeared in caramel, chocolate and powdered sugar and ice cream.
Although not required, all entries in the State Fair of Texas’ food competition were deep fried.