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September 17, 2013
Party G1rl Lollipops — "Tastes like birthday cake icing — and makes anyone who eats one go instantly into party mode"
Does Ali Spagnola know about this?
From the website:
Our friends here in Austin started up a pretty awesome electro-party-dance-pop band called Party G1rl.
The frontwoman, Rose Russogle, asked us if we could make them a special lollipop for their merch table and promotional stuff.
So we made this for them — it tastes like birthday cake icing and makes anyone who eats one go instantly into party mode.
Four for $10.
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wasn't it on this website, joe, that you featured blue cheese suckers?
Posted by: rob | Sep 17, 2013 9:08:36 PM
And will I get long tousled hair, pouty lips and weigh less than 115? I'm in!
Posted by: Kay | Sep 17, 2013 7:18:58 PM
Gee, BOJ has come a long way, I'm blushing...
Posted by: Joe Peach | Sep 17, 2013 5:14:29 PM
How does it work? Well, if they're talking about a typical birthday cake icing from the supermarket, either at the bakery or out of a can, the ingredients are 1) Crisco in the generic guise of "partially hydrogenated vegetable oil," 2) powdered corn syrup, 3) artificial vanilla flavoring, and 4) various multisyllabic emulsifiers and stabilizers. Mmmm. Almost just like traditional buttercream, yeah?
Actually, considering the above, it could be a typo. They may have meant "pukey mode."
Posted by: Mike Harney | Sep 17, 2013 9:27:10 AM
I'm allergic to cheesecake, but I'd still have a lick or two.
Posted by: clifyt | Sep 17, 2013 9:06:54 AM
HOW DOES IT WORK? That is what I want to know. I'm not interested in the icing, I'm interested in party mode. Ecstasy? Is it ecstasy?
Posted by: jessa | Sep 17, 2013 8:56:52 AM
They missed the boat here -- should've been cheesecake flavor.
I wonder, would the quality of the music be inversely proportional to (flimsiness of attire + hipness of name)?
Just kidding. Of course it is.
Posted by: Mike Harney | Sep 17, 2013 12:42:17 AM
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