Junk Food Journey - Sour Patch Kids Cereal

This one really caused my jaw to drop. What an idea? Who is the animal that came up with this? Probably the same guy who brought us green and purple ketchup.

This was either going to be a disaster or a stroke of genius and I simply had to know how they managed to synthesize Sour Patch Kids into a nutritious breakfast cereal.

The results were both shocking and conclusive. Watch now.

Junk Food Journey - Orange Vanilla Coca Cola

Typically, flavored seltzer is my beverage of choice. It tastes refreshing without wasting precious calories that can instead be spent on delicious food. If I do drink coke, I prefer non-domestic because they use real sugar instead of the extra poisonous High Fructose Cornsyrup.

In particular, fruit flavored Coke can be really weird, although I do like Cherry. Does Orange Vanilla Coke TASTE like a CREAMSICLE? Let’s find out. I need to know this.

Junk Food Journey - Banana Cream Forsted Flakes

Am I BANANAS for Frosted Flakes?! I couldn’t resist checking out Banana Cream Frosted Flakes because I am a flavor freak.

I was additionally worried because of the sog factor that is associated with a flimsy cereal with a cornflake foundation. They don’t stand up well when you add milk.

Game of Thrones: The perfect way to catch up.

THE END IS COMING. Are you caught up yet? I’m working on it now. There is a list of episodes floating around the internet that shows you exactly which threads are important for season 8. And while I appreciate the thoughtful gesture, in the end I don’t think it is the way to go.

One of the most enjoyable aspects of watching serialize television is the element of surprise. Is there any lower form of scum than a nasty spoiler posted for all to see on social media? They are scroll-able land mines just waiting to ruin my viewing experience.

Now, to be fair, It is WAY TOO extreme to categorize a list of episodes in the same league as cold hard spoilers, because it’s not. But I just don’t like how even reading the list of episodes forces my brain to make certain connections that it otherwise would not.

The Solution.

Screen Junkies has put together the perfect recap that boils 67 episodes (68ish hours) of story into 52 minutes and 27 seconds of catch up. This way, I can chug the whole story like a can of beer at a frat party without feeling like I might be able to predict where things are heading.

Although I did pass by this (click at your own risk) the other day. I didn’t read the article, but I can’t lie, the headline does have me more excited than annoyed. There is also the chance that it could be hype. But your brain does automatically start trying to figure out what kind of moment it could possibly be based on where things are left at the end of Season 7. Oy.

Ok, stop reading THIS, and instead WATCH THAT below!