Saturday, March 22, 2008

Oh my Yummy.

I have discovered Apple Juice as it was meant to be. Most times, I drink apple Juice on rare occasions. Don't get me wrong, I like it. But to buy it, I definitely have to be in the mood or feeling guilty about some big food debauchery I'm getting at a convenient store consisting of a large hot dog slathered with chili and cheese. (I've come to believe that getting food at the Git-n-Go gas station is the equivalent of getting a porno at the xxx outside of town.)

But no longer will I think of apple juice as a drink to ease my conscience. I could drink this stuff for breakfast, lunch and dinner and a midnight snack! (along with a couple of Zantac.) YUM. It is sweet as nectar and ... I don't know. Just, YUM! I feel like a little kid selling lemonade!

Only catch is, it's hard to find. I think you may have to order it. But you can!

Anywho, if you see this stuff, give it a try. It could quite possibly be the apple juice Adam and Eve sipped on that got them evicted from the Garden.


Do you guys have a favorite drink?

16 comments:

Seth Ward said...

I just want to be clear: I have never been, nor will I ever go to a porno store.

The analogy was meant to imply that food products bought at convenient stores are not only bad for you, they are very, very bad for you and going there is indicative of a larger problem in one's view of healthy eating.

Never hurts to be safe and clear about one's writing.

Carry on.

MeR said...

Yes, I do have as favorite drink. Whenever I go to Skeeters I make the most amazing suicide ever. Root beer plus Dr. Pepper plus that amazing vanilla flavoring!!

Popcorn said...

I have two favorites. Lemon Lime Gatorade and Coke. Keep them in the fridge at all times. I don't overindulge, but when I want one, I drink it.

majorsteve said...

Do I have a favorite drink? You're kidding right?

Chaotic Hammer said...

Do you guys have a favorite drink?

Water. Honestly.

If forced to select something else, it would probably be Sweet Tea.

And I actually like Dr. Pepper, but I'm fairly sensitive to caffeine, so I rarely indulge.

Anonymous said...

I love Seet Tea Leaf peach tea. it's organic and bottled in Austin. I cannot get enough of it and even crave the flavor of this tea. It taste like fresh peaches in your tea.

Anonymous said...

I love Seet Tea Leaf peach tea. it's organic and bottled in Austin. I cannot get enough of it and even crave the flavor of this tea. It taste like fresh peaches in your tea.

Super Churchlady said...

Majorsteve - is your favorite drink the one made with barley and hops, per chance???

tiny dancer said...

That was a good pitch... you successfully piqued my curiousity. Where did you find this wonderjuice?

I really like the orange-carrot-banana juice from Jamba Juice. Yummy!!!!

(not fully confident that "piqued" is a word, or if so, was used rightly, but thought it looked nice and was worth a shot)

A.Macaroni said...

The Fuji apple -- developed by a secret society known for advanced studies in neuroscience and embedded deep within the Tohoku Research Station in Morioka, Japan. I'm not sure, but your wonderjuice may be connected to the end of the world; or perhaps the answer to life, the universe, and everything.

A.Macaroni said...

Personally, I find a nice cup of McDonald's coffee often hits the spot. Just as tasty as Starbucks, they mix-in the sugar and cream for you, and you can super-size it with a side of hotcakes or McNuggets. How can life get any better?

majorsteve said...

a.macaroni - hey you're not kidding about the McDonald's coffee, it is excellent and soooo much cheaper and quicker than Starbucks.

majorsteve said...

...and SCL...I refuse to answer your question on the grounds that it may incriminate me, or at least cause Seth to lose respect..

Seth Ward said...

C-ham, me too brother.

Mer, I almost did a suicide the other day at Subway! Weird.

Popcorn, I love Coke. Forever.

Anon, I love sweet tea with a passion. Is it like Cheesecake factory peach tea? I'll have to try it.

Superchurch... respect your elders!

Tiny dancer, I found it at the grocery store on the corner of our street and Broadway! I am HOOKED. I've been getting more and more into juices with carrots in them. A big step for me.

Aaron! You got it brother. I am convinced that someday, no matter what, the Japanese will take over the world. Nanotech controlling brain cells... IN THE APPLE! I'm not sure I could trade the bux for the Clown. I've had the coffee and it is good, however, I'm thinking that it is one step up from the ole' gas station. You still jammin on the keys and blowing your horn? Btw, does Ryan Seacrest remind you of Neil Brady or what???

Majorsteve, Guinness is a fav of mine. Fear not. (Not that you really were.)

Anonymous said...

Yes, it is like the peach tea from Cheesecake Factory. Not too sweet like family reunion tea. It has just the right amount of sugar and peach flavor.

A.Macaroni said...

Ryan Seacrest = Neil? Nope, can't say that one ever crossed my mind. By the way, he's VP of his company now -- check out the link... http://www.sbj.net/article.asp?aID=818505503.3837697.1023828.0842067.6708229.284&aID2=78747