Tuesday, November 27, 2007

My First Guest Post!

Today you should wander over to my lovely friend Sarah's blog - The Slightly Disorganized Mind. I attempted my first guest post ever, let me know what you think!

-- The conversation last night went surprisingly well. He thanked me for being an adult about everything. No feelings were hurt.

-- You really need to try these:



I'm telling you, they are the answer to peace in the Middle East. That was sort of corny I know, I'm sorry. I'm in that kind of mood today ;)

39 comments:

cady said...

oooh those oreos sound good! i'm going to have to get some.

thecasualperfectionist.com said...

How is it possible for something that looks like pure evil to bring peace? I think you have a fine example right there. ;)

(And, to use a quote from my college days, "Who said evil had to be a bad thing?") :)

I'm glad the conversation went well!! Whew!

Jess said...

I'm glad the conversation went well! Headed over to the guest post now...

Trish Ryan said...

Wow, those cookies look like a FINE reward for making it through a tough conversation :)

Lisa said...

those look delicious! but I'd eat the whole box in 4 hours, so I can't buy them

Jenson said...

Oreos dipped in anything are so good!

Stephanie said...

I liked your guest post!

Those Oreos are SO. FREAKING. GOOD. I haven't had them in years (like, since I could eat absolutely anything I want without gaining an ounce) but you may have just tempted me into buying!

La said...

Oh, how I wish I could eat those cookies with every fiber of my being. They look sinful. Glad things went well with the boy :)

molly said...

Oh thanks a lot, Michelle. Now that's all I'll be able to think about all day!

The Brooklyn Boy said...

Like the great sportswriting professor Forest O. "Mick" Mixon III once said, "Nothing truly terrible ever came of clear, direct, open communication."

I've been thoroughly amazed at how right he's been ever since.

Also, those cookies look delicious, but potentially messy due to the fudge coating. Does this make them a "winter" delicacy? Discuss ...

cp said...

Sorry I had to wipe the drool off of my screen after staring at those oreos. Yum.

And I agree that these amazing cookies should be the America's olive branch to Iraq. They should replace "Limited Edition" with "Mission Accomplished!!"

Miriam said...

MMM I can feel my body stopping from a sugar overdose...I want those cookies!


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sassafras said...

Yay, glad that conversation went well.

It's not even 10am and now I'm obsessed with those cookies. I'm in trouble.

Virginia said...

Oh my gosh, I forgot to tell you that I went out and bought those Oreos last week after you suggested them. They are AMAZING! I'm thinking of ordering a whole palette of them, so they can last me until next winter. MMMMM!

Slightly Disorganized said...

YEAH> guest post! thank you luffer for helping me through thesis hell week.

nicoleantoinette said...

GREAT Michelle- thanks, I was JUST going to get serious about my diet but now I'll obviously HAVE to try these as, um, blog research?

I hate you today. Haha

Jamie said...

I might be one of the only people in the world who thinks Oreos are disgusting.

Wendy said...

Those oreos look so good! I have to go by the supermarket and get some now. Well, I guess my diet plan will be shot to hell but who cares!

Samantha said...

So glad the convo went well. It must be a relief for you to get that off your chest!

QueenBee said...

Wow. Those cookies look amazing. And also like they are 100 million trillion calories! Oreos are terrible by themselves, and then add white fudge?! HEAVEN, with your daily limit of calories. ;-)

brookem said...

glad the "talk" went over well! ha, and love your "ibff" tag- that's a gem right there!

Stacey said...

Now why did you go and do that? Damn, I'm hungry! :)

Katelin said...

My coworker had those oreos yesterday! They look amazing and I can't wait to try them...mmmmmm!

Kristie said...

Yay! I'm glad the talk went well!

And my thighs thank you for the suggestion, but they say they'll stick to carrot sticks. (I hate my thighs sometimes.)

ana said...

Live your mood...going over to read your guest post.

L Sass said...

I love those Oreos more than my own family, but cannot be trusted with an entire box. Can someone say "binge?"

mcgee said...

glad it went well breaking the news to that guy.

also, i must stop on my way home and pick those up. pronto.

DG said...

Why in the world would you introduce me to that little piece of heaven!??? Excuse me while I go to the store and buy them!

AJ said...

Glad your conversation went well. Usually a guys ego is what get hurt the most...

Wendy said...

Oooh, not just depression, you say? That's a very interesting idea! :)

And thank you for the advice - I definitely don't want to rush anything.

Graffiti Girl said...

i think oreo should pay you for the advertising you are providing them with. myself and probably 20 other girls are going to go out and buy those now. lol.

libby said...

those oreos are dangerous!! loved the post!!

JulyBug said...

Congrats on the conversation going well! That could have been awkward. Also, please send 2 boxes of those Oreos. ASAP, thank you kindly.

Princess Pointful said...

Um, yeah I do.
(have to try those, that is)
How good are the ones with the mint filling?? Mmmmm!

cdp said...

So glad the convo went well.

PP, I lurve the ones with the mint. OMG, so good.

Daddy Dan said...

Michelle,

You did the right thing with that guy. I feel a little sorry for him though. I'm sure he could tell that you're a real keeper!

Lisa said...

I loved your guest post. You guys are lucky to have each other. And dude, those white fudge oreos are just wrong, wrong, wrong.

stilettoheights said...

I love those oreos!!!


Glad the talk was not too painful, on anyone.

LBIC said...

Are those different from the other Oreo's that are dipped in chocolate? I'm sooo going to have to try that now. I haven't seen them in the grocery store yet, though. :-(

P.S. - New to your blog and lovin' it! I found you through Jaime