it does a body good

Sure, this lunchbag looks cute, but how much can it hold?

An entire box of cheese-somethings (what the hell is that word? Can anybody read it?) AND a can of tea?

What more would I possibly need for lunch?! Aside from Cheez-its and bottled water, of course.

4 thoughts on “it does a body good

  1. Katie says:

    I think it’s “waiffers,” as in, some fancified way of spelling “wafers” that I’ve never seen before. Like “shoppe” instead of “shop,” maybe? I dunno, it’s Wal-Mart, let’s not try to put lipstick on a pig here, people.

    • theotherjulie says:

      Ok, that’s what I *thought* it might be. “But surely my eyes deceive me, because that makes no freaking sense,” I reasoned. Also: what the hell ARE cheese waiffers/wafers, anyway? The name makes me think of those vanilla-chocolate-strawberry cookies (that come in the pack together? Do you know what I’m talking about?), only cheese flavored. Barf.

  2. Katie says:

    Oh, “crisp biscuit?” “Delicately laced with cheese,” you say? Oh then Buffy, I simply MUST try a nibble of one of these delectable little yummies. Do have one, darling, won’t you? I SAY! Simply SCRUMPTIOUS! Oh, Colin, dear chap, did you see who’s guest conducting at the symphony this weekend? Gracious, where do they FIND these people? I was horrified; it’s the absolute WORST. I mean, my God, he went to a STATE SCHOOL, didn’t you know?

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