Exalting Your Inner Infant

Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Posted in category Boom-Bubble Phenomenon

The children adults of the boom era may be financially insolvent, morally bankrupt, and voluntary slaves serving their bankster masters, but … they do have fun with their food.

I have come across yet another way for grown-ups to stayed amused by playing with their food … only in cones. You can’t sit in a jammie bar and have Pajama-clad Cereologists fill your cereal order; you can’t order peanut-butter-for-adult creations such as Cinny Nilla, Razzlie Dazzlie, and Yummer Nummer; you can’t spend your afternoon in a room painted like a daycare center mixing up candy, cereal, and sprinkles; there is no 3,200 square feet of Pop-Tarts close by; and you can’t buy stellar products such as macaroni & cheese bandages (here) or “Maybe You Touched Your Genitals” Hand Sanitizer.

But you can have your pizza, spinach, chicken, eggs, and chocolate mousse in a cone. This is the marketing behind Crispycones.

Cone Cuisine™
Single Handedly Conquering Hunger™

Crispycones = Mobile + Nutritious + Versatile + Delicious

My favorite thing about these crispycones is that they are branded as health food.

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3 Responses to Exalting Your Inner Infant

  1. cory says:

    January 3rd, 2012 at 10:00 pm

    This looks like a perfect lunch thing. I sometimes get an asian salad made up into a wrap at my local sandwich, but as I’m hurtling down the highway at a speed that I am comfortable with it still gets messy. That cone seems like it would be easier to hold, especially when a phone call comes in and I’m driving with my knees.

  2. Sean says:

    January 3rd, 2012 at 11:15 pm

    Karen, we’re getting dangerously close to Wearable Feedbag territory!


  3. liberranter says:

    January 9th, 2012 at 2:15 am

    So what’s next, beverages in giant sippy cups?

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