Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Cheeseball Tuesday!!

Welcome to Cheeseball Tuesday!

Lisa, (alias Blue State Cowgirl) who blogs at Left Coast Cowboys , surprised me with some cheesy pics over the weekend!

If you get a chance, I encourage you to visit her blog and read about her recent roadtrip with her mom along the California coast. You will find some incredible sights and entertaining commentary. She is an extraordinary writer/storyteller and photographer, among her many other pursuits.

Unfortunately, Lisa's Cheeseball order did not arrive in time for her roadtrip, but all is forgiven with these spectacular Cheeseball photos taken around SanFrancisco! For one, the "balls" have made it to the Charles Manson Mansion. [Say that 5 times quickly :-)]

Lisa had this to say about the "historic" location:
"Sometime in the Sixties, Charlie lived here with his tribe. Now the house is beautifully restored to its Victorian splendor and available for parties and weddings. But the owners have kept the stairs to the bell tower where Charlie and his converts painted astrological symbols. I have been to a wedding here, and thought it was kind of a creepy venue, considering. But the Cheesification modifies it somewhat."

I would have to agree that the Cheeseballs certainly lighten the mood.

The next photo is of the historic Mission San Francisco de Asisi, the oldest building in San Francisco and an original Spanish Mission. Lisa excecuted her Cheeseball "mission" flawlessly!
















Lastly, we have the later Mission Basilica, cheezified. I don't know what is more stunning: the sunlight glinting off the steeples or off the plastic Cheeseball container!


Lisa, thanks for taking this opportunity to further cheezify my blog! Well done!


Remember if anyone else would like to participate and would rather not wait for the next giveaway, feel free to pick up your own UTZ and email me some pics of you and the UTZ (or, if you prefer) just the UTZ in a unique location.

Help make Cheeseball Tuesday a regular feature :D It's either that or I ramble on some more about odd things around the house that I am selling. Your choice!

Monday, March 30, 2009

Not Me! Monday



The alternate title for this post: "Why I am NOT in sales".

Last week, I did NOT list an aquarium for sale on Craigslist. It was NOT given to MB by someone several years ago because he didn't want it anymore.

We never bothered to get a filter and hook it up, so it has been sitting in the basement since then. I figured we should NOT try and list it for sale and see if we would NOT get any bites...

(are you with me so far, is this even making sense as a NOT Me! Post?)

I did NOT get a call over the weekend from what sounded like a sweet lil 'ole lady. She was NOT very interested and was NOT asking all sorts of questions that I could NOT not answer, having never operated the aquarium. (Our last foray into fish was when VC was three and the poor thing did NOT last less than 24 hours).















The conversation that ensued did NOT go like this:

Her: How many gallons is the tank?

Me: I have no idea.

Her: Was it saltwater or freshwater fish that had been in the tank.

Me: I have no idea.

Her: How many bulbs does it take? (Now this one I was able to handle- phew!)

Her: Were there ever any reptiles in the tank.

Me: I would hazard a guess and say, "No."

Her: You probably don't know if the tank leaks, do you?

Me: No.

Amazingly, she was NOT still interested in seeing the tank. She said she lived about an hour and a half a way!!! I did NOT then start panicking that she might drive such a long way only to be disappointed if the tank didn't match up to what she was expecting. [I do NOT have issues with disappointing people, unless they are someone I do NOT hate ;-) ]

So, I did NOT start subliminally trying to discourage her from coming, by saying, "I would NOT hate for you to drive all this way yadda, yadda, yadda." She did NOT say "but I really want the tank." I did NOT say in reply, "Well, it will probably be here for a long time so you may want to think about it more before making such a long trip."

Figured I'd talked her out of it, but then on Sunday, I did NOT get a call from her asking if she could come by. She was NOT not as timid as I expected from the phone call because although she had a wad of cash, she did NOT try to talk me down from $35 to $25. She did NOT point out several areas where the finish was slightly discolored. We did NOT settle on $30 after her second attempt to get me to take $25. (Hey, maybe I should be in sales after all!)



In other news, I did NOT catch someone off guard during the open house at our local health foods store by inquiring if her product was basically Beano. My extensive Beano knowledge does NOT come in handy on occasion! She said, "Yes, but that [her product] was 'cleaner'" Oh really! I'll NOT stick with my Beano :-)

I also did NOT have my chakras realigned by clinging bells, but that's another story. I did NOT realize they were out of alignment.



[This blog carnival was created by MckMama.* You can head over to her blog to read what she and everyone else have not been doing this week.]

*If you are the praying kind, MckMama's baby Stellan is not doing so well :-( These are very difficult days for her, so please keep the family in your thoughts.

**If you will be buying flowers for mom on Mother's Day, please visit my review blog for a special offer.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

The Unveiling

By popular request (3 people)....My new "wispy" bangs

Friday, March 27, 2009

Friday Favorites


It's time again for Friday Favorites, where we pay homage to things that got us through the week. Here's mine for this week:

1. My favorite little gem of a pillow. Please read all about it here.**











2. This amazing video footage of someone kayaking over a falls in the Amazon- a 127 foot drop. I am a big chicken so when I see stuff like this I am astounded!



3. My new wispy bangs (oh, yes I did!). The rest is still long :P

4. These owls handcrafted by MB to keep the squirrels, birds and other assorted wildlife out of the garden. They no longer resemble Bart Simpson (shout out to my dad)
Ain't no critters gonna mess with our veggies with these scary mo fo's keeping watch over the garden!!

5. I am starting a new feature called "Comment of the Week."

So many of you leave me such thought provoking, or in some cases intentionally non-thought provoking, inspiring, witty, inane and LOL comments every day, that I want to highlight a comment each week.

Well, a new visitor to my blog left this comment yesterday and it just made my day!

"Carma, I think, no. I know that this is my new favorite blog...."*

Thanks, Tina!

*Not all future "Comment of the Week" posts will highlight those who pat me on the back by sending kudos my way-- or will they???? ;-)


**I am seeking products to review for my Review Blog. If you have any friends with etsy shops or other businesses who would like to be featured please put them in touch with me. Thanks!
(They will need to be able to provide me with a sample to review.)

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Save My Face Pillow

I've been wanting to write about this little gem for a long time now.

It is a special little pillow that I've owned for well over 5 years and it is still doing the trick. What trick you ask? Saving my face from accumulating an abundance of new wrinkles!

The whole concept behind the funky shape is that if you are a side sleeper, you are likely compressing the skin on your face by scrunching it flat against your plain 'ole pillow. With the Save My Face Pillow, your head is nestled against the U cutout, with most of your face suspended above your regular pillow. Therefore, it is not pressed flat against any surface. This helps eliminate the formation of new wrinkles.

I have the La Petite model (sounds fancy,huh!), which is the smallest size pillowette. It is meant to lay on top of your regular pillow. Here's my actual pillow set-up below:


Like the "naughty leopard print?" LOL. I was looking for a satin pillow cover and this was the only one I could find at the time.

I swear by the Save My Face pillow. It takes some time to adapt to, but once you get in the groove, you will have many restful nights and you will awake looking refreshed, not "pressed"!!



*You have probably noticed that I am still reviewing products that I own. If you know of anyone interested in having me review a product for them, big or small (I'm not choosy), please send them my way!

In Lieu of CiCi's Pizza


Gotta hurry!!! only 5 more days to use take advantage of this "special offer"-- because nothing says "recession" quite like an $89 steak and lobster dinner!

*I screwed up earlier when I said "giftcard"- the "giftcard" entitled us to purchase this "special offer" - tip not included - hate to find out what the normal value of this meal would be!

Nothing like not fully explaining things and giving the post the total opposite meaning! Like we are going to go out and purchase this dinner --- not!

This is quickly becoming the ever morphing post. My tweet from Monday morning just came to mind: "embarrassed to say that after eating at CiCis pizza last night I posted record weight gain this morning; 3.5 lbs in one day !! Unreal!"

$89 steak and lobster may, in fact, be the safer route :-)

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

An Addendum to Yesterday's Post



As I've been blog-hopping this week, I've come across several of these "celebrity collages." Naturally, I had to get one done! And in the process I have to concede that my hair does look rather scraggly. Maybe my "superior" has a point??? (bah!) Only problem is that it looks scraggly whether it is long and scraggly or short and scraggly. I prefer it longer since it hides my face somewhat. I would describe it as "Blythe Danner" hair- wiry and frizzy in parts. So now that you know that my hair is far from thick and luxurious, do you still hold the same opinion?

The fun thing about these celebrity collages is that I noticed that EVERYONE is a celebrity match for Amanda Peet (even if there is absolutely no resemblance) and I was anticipating that she would come up in my collage since she was in 99% of the other collages I saw, and what do you know!!!!! She's here. I'm curious just how many celebrities are in the database. I do not even slightly resemble Amanda Peet, let alone most of the other "matches." Maybe in hair color, but that's about it.

On another interesting note, on the collage I did prior to this one, I was a 60% match for Matt Lauer. No lie!! I decided to update my pic and try again and he is no longer a match. But that won't stop me from bragging that I'm a female Matt Lauer!!

I've written before about how, if I was 25 years younger and actually looked like a celebrity, I would be in line to audition for celebrity Look-A-Like. When you only get 5 TV channels, and there is nothing else on, there are always the award-winning shows available for viewing on the TV Guide Channel (LOL). Whenever I am channel surfing and see the spritz of the atomizer announcing the intro to Look-A-Like, I'm there!! I want the full "Paul Venoit" treatment.

Maybe he can hone in on my Matt Lauer resemblance!

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Opinions Wanted

So the other day I had an event at my workplace. I got all dolled up (does this make me sound old), put my hair up and was feelin' fine. When I got there, my "superior" asked if I had done something different with my hair. Yeah, like duh!!! It is up. (My hair is normally never up.)

She went on to say (in front of a third person) that she liked my hair better a couple months back when I had a bob. She said that it was a lot more "becoming" on me. (I've been growing it out for months, so it is now shoulder length.)

She continued to say it looked much "chic-er" and that in Europe (she is of European descent) women rarely wear long hair and that (here's the kicker): "Women 'beyond a certain age' do not wear long hair." Hint, Hint...

Like, has she never heard of Demi Moore. Demi has some years on me (I won't say how many) and she wears her hair longer than mine and she looks stunning. Maybe Demi needs to get a more "becoming" bob. FYI - those scissors in the picture are to cut her hair, not neck, as it would appear. I'm getting lazier and lazier with the photoshopping, it would seem.

Anyhoo, this is the kind of clap trap I get to listen to. It was like she stabbed me in the gut. My excited mood quickly deflated. Then I started getting that paranoia of whether my hair really does look like crap long.

I was all set to make an appointment to get my hair chopped into a more "becoming style" when MB stopped me. (He likes long hair, particularly gorgeous long blond hair, but there is none of that here).

What are your thoughts on this latest conundrum??? Enquiring minds want to know :-)

Monday, March 23, 2009

Not Me! Monday




Back for another 'round:

This week, I did NOT singe my fingers to the point where they blistered while cooking a gourmet dinner *cough* instant mashed potatoes *cough.* I did NOT take a picture to share all of this with you. I do NOT want you to ignore my big a%$ knuckles :-) and alligator skin. (Singed flesh seems to be becoming another recurring theme on the blog!)

You may have read last week about me thinking about going back to school to earn another degree. You may have read the part where I learned that the major I was considering would NOT require cat dissection. You may NOT have been completely turned off by this and gone to hug your cat. Well, friends, there's more:

***warning: A picture of a cow brain is NOT coming up***

On Thursday, I did NOT call the institute of higher education to speak with a member of the lab dept. to find out exactly how many weeks of dissection were NOT involved. He did NOT advise me that it was weeks and weeks. When I asked him about a particular BIO required class, which I was told did NOT not involve dissection, he was NOT happy to tell me that in this particular class, there was no cat dissection involved. Yeah, you heard me. That was NOT because we would NOT not be dissecting; it was because in this class, it was NOT sheep and cow brains that would be dissected. He was NOT interested in telling me all about the lab equipment. This did NOT include machines that I had never heard of. It also did NOT include mention that sheep's blood would be tested with some of the equipment because they were NOT not
permitted to use human blood.

He did NOT excitedly ask me if I would like to come by and see a dissection this week.

He did NOT go on to tell me that professors are NOT underappreciated at the institution and that they have NOT been demoted three times in the past few years due to budget cuts. He did NOT go on to tell me about his political views and how the Fat Cats in Washington are both in on it together to their advantage. He did NOT go on further to say that his superiors at the college do NOT not bother inviting the professors to meetings anymore, because they are more interested in eating crumpets. He did NOT tell me that this was fine by him.

When I inquired about the parking situation, he did NOT tell me that the profs have to park in a remote lot far, far away from the school so that the students can park up close. He did NOT tell me that he was almost hit by a car in the parking lot that day. I did NOT find this all of major interest. I am NOT not considering pursuing this degree. I am NOT looking for alternatives.

During the lengthy phone call, my Kix cereal did NOT turn into a soggy mess!!!















But, who needs higher education and a better job, when you can hold a garage sale to earn the "big bucks" LOL . This weekend we did NOT have a garage sale. We did NOT price some items higher than we should have in hopes that some Nascar fans would stop by since we do NOT live in NASCAR Valley.

A woman did NOT ask several times if a CD-ROM that I was selling for 75 cents would work on Windows XP. C'mon lady, go out on a limb on this one. The price was NOT 75 cents!!!!!

We did NOT attempt to sell cool stuff like this map of the Middle East because everyone does NOT need a map of the Middle East (or is that a NOT not?)






[This blog carnival was created by MckMama. You can head over to her blog to read what she and everyone else have not been doing this week.]

Friday, March 20, 2009

Friday Favorites


Surely I have had some favorites this week. Think, grumpy self, think!!!!

Let's see:

1. The laser hair removal specialist for not singeing my flesh while executing my birthday present

2. This video which is funny as crap




3. VC for diving right into his school project and cranking out poems like a young Maya Angelou if she were a guy (bad comparison but you get the point)

4. MB for not getting any traffic violations this week. Please don't let me speak too soon!

5. The local community college for discouraging me from pursuing a degree by telling me I would need to dissect a cat. (Oh and that I had just missed enrollment by a week and would have to wait to 2010 to start.) That saved me a lot of time and money. Now I can go back to sitting on my lazy a$$ a few more years before I work myself into a panic thinking that I am getting old and that I'd better get another degree now or no one will hire me given the choice between a middle aged mom with a few grey hairs vs. a perky 20 year old, all bright-eyed and bubbly. It's cyclical.

6. The snooze button. My friend.

7. Entertainment Tonight for keeping me apprised of every minute detail in the life of Octo-mom

8. In reference to number 3, VC didn't dive in quite as quickly has he should have. As of 11:30 last night he was still working on the poem project. However, I am favoriting the library being open so that when the printer ran out of ink at 8:45 pm we were able to go the library to print some of VC's project. Of course, I thought he was finished with said project. I was sadly mistaken.

9. The 16 year old computer and printer in basement for WORKING! Therefore VC did not need to complete the rest of the project by hand with ink pen like the monks used to do.

10. Last but not least, loyal followers who have stuck by me from the beginning and who did not ditch the blog as soon as the giveaway was over :-) You guys mean the world to me!

photo credit simon davison

In unrelated news, Scary Mommy has lost her peeps due to a feedburner glitch. Please consider subscribing and helping her
get her peeps back. A prize giveaway is involved!! And it is very sparkly and expensive!

Do You Want Some Vinegar on That?

Aside from peeing green, have you been wondering what else I do to stay "green" around the house?

Yes? Well, one thing that is never far from reach in the kitchen is my bottle of vinegar solution. Made of 1 part vinegar to 9 parts water, it is my secret weapon against germs and grime. If I spot a mess, you can bet that the spot is spritzed faster than you can say "Utz!" (I'm all piss and vinegar today -hee hee)

VC can't stand it when he sits down to a meal placed on a vinegary smelling place mat; but, does he stop to consider it is a CLEAN AND SANITIZED place mat!!

Floors are mopped with an almond scented natural cleaner that I picked up at a store that specializes in natural and wholesome, because I'm all about "natural and wholesome."

Yesterday I walked to the local grocery store carrying my "green" tote. I left with two subs in my tote: a veggie one for me (more green!) and a meatball sub for VC. The subs are 2.99 on Tuesdays; half the price makes them taste twice as good :-)

Was scratching my head (and no not due to dandruff- gosh!) thinking of other "green" things when I realized I had just taken a sip from my stainless steel water bottle. And this one is bright lime green. Green squared!

I'll end with a Green joke:

A frog telephones a psychic hotline and is told, “You are going to meet a beautiful young girl who will want to know everything about you.”

“Great,” says the frog, “Will I meet her at a party?”

“No,” said the psychic, “Next year — in biology class.”


photo credit sachin_sandu

Want to find out what others are doing to live more naturally, visit http://www.naturessourcecleaners.com and http://blog.parentbloggers.com

In unrelated news, Scary Mommy has lost her peeps due to a feedburner glitch. Please consider subscribing and helping her get her peeps back. A prize giveaway is involved!! And it is very sparkly and expensive!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

A Carma Sez Primer

Ultimate Blog Party 2009

This week I am participating in 5 Minutes for Mom's Untimate Blog Party 2009. Dedicated readers may want to take a coffee/McFlurry break, but for newcomer's to my blog, here's some background info about me and my blog:

1. I am a cheeseball connossieur


2. I am like Marrying a Man

3. I find unusual toilets fascinating

4. My husband often finds himself "in the dog house"

5. I am learning to juggle, although I am not as good as my son/instructor


6. I have a man crush on Alec Baldwin












7. I like to use pictures of this guy whenever possible








I took some heat (LOL) for my poorly photoshopped Beard Head 2 posts ago, so here's an updated version with eyes opened so he does not look like he is at the morgue:












8. I want to live in a tiny house someday9. On the Island of Sardinia


Still interested in learning more? Check out 20 Facts About Me in my Blogger Profile

A McFlurry of Activity!

Random Integer Generator

Here are your random numbers:

36

Timestamp: 2009-03-18 21:22:34 UTC


Congrats to Janelle, winner of the $15 gift certificate to McDonald's! Please have a McFlurry on me- better yet, two or even three in case the unthinkable *gasp* happens:


photo credit jbracken

But, in any case,
photo credit sambeckwith

You are a WINNER!

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Top O' The Afternoon!

Ok, how cool is this hat/beard????

I recently came across the BeardHead site and thought for sure you'd all be interested in this oddity. I was going to post it later in the week, but then I came across this St. Patty's pic on the site:

Which got this 1/4 Irish person to thinking: Happy St. Patrick's Day!

It also got me to thinking:

P.S. Don't Miss Out. Tomorrow is the last day to enter my giveaway!

Monday, March 16, 2009

Not Me! Monday



VC did NOT ask me why the grilled cheese sandwich that I had just fried up for him had "sale" written on it. I most certainly did NOT neglect to remove a piece of plastic from the cheese that got stuck to the bread before frying.


I did NOT berate MB when he changed the channel near the end of 48 Hours and I missed the part about whether the wife who killed her husband married the first boyfriend she had after she became a self-made widow or if it was someone else. He DID NOT have to flip back to see who was #1 on the Hottest Women in Film special- like we all did NOT know it was going to be Marilyn Monroe -- I mean c'mon!!!

I did NOT stay in the shower under the steaming hot water until my back and butt were a nice deep shade of pink. (Just testing to see if you are paying attention.)

I did NOT tell MB that the trees on his carefully hand-crafted mountain scene for his train set reminded me of Dr. Seuss. He then did NOT proceed to remove 80% of the trees. I did NOT take a picture of the remaining trees.

I did NOT finish my taxes. This was NOT after I realized I typed the incorrect ss# for my son on the form; I was NOT distracted by blogging, twittering and checking TMZ and People whilst preparing said taxes.

I did NOT insist that "the boys" pack sunscreen when they went skiing on Sunday despite the rainy overcast weather. I am NOT that much of a sunscreen czar. MB did NOT insist that this was ridiculous and then refuse to comply.


I did NOT express excitement to VC upon noticing a cool fire-breathing dude had subscribed to my YouTube account. So, who's the Cool Mom now??

Lastly, I did NOT sign up for a blog makeover so I can look like and "official blogger." Style over substance? NOT me. And I do NOT want you to come back in a few weeks to check it out! (please please pretty please)

photo credit Firstmac


[This blog carnival was created by MckMama. You can head over to her blog to read what she and everyone else have not been doing this week.]


Sunday, March 15, 2009

Just One More Trick

It's hard to miss the dark circles under my eyes. I've not been getting enough sleep lately. Of course, part of the blame falls on me and time spent into the midnight hours doing "important computer stuff."

The other part of the blame falls on me for falling for all excuses VC throws at me as his bedtime approaches. They result in him not getting into bed until 10:15 most nights. (Bad, Bad parent)

By the time he gets to sleep, I'm on my "second wind" and find all sorts of things to do which keep me up until around 11:30. On a side note, a co-worker (and there are only two of us employed at my place of business so you can hazard a guess who) often says, "You look tired. Are you feeling OK." After hearing this at least 10 times in the past few months, I may just need to blurt out, "My eyes ALWAYS look like this; I have 'sleepy eyes!' " Barring plastic surgery, they are not going to change shape or level of droopiness!" (see Exhibit A)

Droopy eyes aside, we all DO need to get more sleep. This recent quote from VC indicates he definitely must start getting to bed earlier: "I hate getting out of bed; Do you see how long it takes me to even attempt to get out of bed."

I am reminded of the days when he used to get into bed at a decent hour and sleep like a baby. Although, come to think of it, he fought sleep like a hellion back then as well. He was just the cutest little angel once asleep though:


These days when I fly into a panic upon realizing that it is 9:55 pm and he hasn't had a shower yet, the most common refrain I hear is:

"I'm just working on this last [juggling] trick. One more time. I think I can get it. I just want to record one more thing."

Or, alternately, "Can I download this song to my mp3 player? It will only take a second."

In summary, in this post we have learned that I am a "sleepy eyed pushover."


Interested in more bedtime excuses, check out: http://www.sylvaniaonlinestore.com
and http://blog.parentbloggers.com


P.S. when I ran this post past VC, his response was "There's no saving that post." Not one of my better ones, eh?

Friday, March 13, 2009

Friday Favorites

This week I am participating in Janna Bee's Friday Favorites, where we pay homage to things that got us through the week.

1. My favorite video. Hands down (or in this case up and down): my son's new juggling video aptly named "I Got Balls! (juggling)" It really is good (and I'm not just saying that 'cuz I'm his mom). Check it out:



2. My new favorite song - (see video above). VC and I love to listen to it over and over.

3. Favorite escape. Escaping from the dreaded big box store weekly shopping trip, because MB offered to go for me. I used my free time wisely *cough* blogging & twitter *cough*

4. My heating pad. Used to soothe my aching back that was twisted when I took that "face plant" a while back. Just bringing this up to elicit the "sympathy vote"

5. Rice. Lots of it. Whenever I am feeling down I usually go right for the rice. MB hates rice. Just boggles the mind how we ever wound up together with all our many similarities! Warning: I've also discovered that empty calories like this do NOT do a body good though.

6. Comments. Lots of comments this week. Ok, so maybe they were due to my giveaway, but I'll take 'em any way they come!


Who doesn't like Cheesecake? or mixed tapes (Well, it's really a mixed CD, but I'm old school and can't kick the habit of referring to it as a tape, 'kay?) visit Janna's Blog and check out her giveaway!

Thursday, March 12, 2009

An UTZ-date

I am happy to report that the cheese balls have been successfully delivered to Dave in the great state of Illinois! (Check out the nice post he wrote about the giveaway on his site.) Fortunately, the package was NOT covered in orange fingerprints on arrival. You just never know with the slow down in packages being shipped by the post office, when a package of this sort might be tempting, especially during break time. It may have helped that I wrote on the box "Does NOT contain tasty cheesy goodness."
Dave took these photos at Santa's Village, which is a children's amusement park that closed down a few years ago. He added, "I took all the pictures at their front entrance and looked pretty foolish doing so."

Although, I'm not sure that it is possible to look foolish when posing with an UTZ. I've certainly never looked foolish doing so :D


And I was thrilled to see that he included a photo of the UTZ with some cement mushrooms....Which is bizarre, considering I spent most of my childhood consumed with drawing & painting mushrooms.

My parents are still using this napkin holder that I painted when I was around 8 years old.

[Holy Shitake! Here I go showcasing my childhood artwork when this post is supposed to be all about Dave!! But, do you notice the squiggle representing the sky and the touch of pure genius in adding the snail to the top of the mushroom. Marvel in those individually hand drawn blades of grass and delight in the brilliant colors of the middle mushroom....]

Dave, thank you for participating and for sharing these photos with all of UTZ!



Remember, if you don't want to wait around for the next giveaway, feel free to send me a photo of you posing with some UTZ in a unique location. I'll post the photo to my blog and provide a link to your site. I'm win-win like that :-)
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