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Mini Reese's
Posted by: Lady of the Night (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 04:08PM

Each time I buy
a bag of you,
you're gone so fast,
whoever knew??

So sweet, so good.
Kind of crunchy,
peanut butt'ry,
just right for me!

I reach inside
and pull one out,
pop it in and
my tummy shouts!

My tongue wins and
against my will,
gobbles you up,
and then you're nil.

Again I reach,
determined to
savor the sweet,
smooth, taste of you!

The cycle goes,
my wheels just spin.
A brand new bag,
this time I'll win!


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: -Les- (---.trlck.ca.charter.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 04:38PM

I prefer Snickers, but the poem is good! Delicious too.

Les


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Brucefur (---.ok.shawcable.net)
Date: December 04, 2003 04:38PM

The dentist drill
sings its shrill song;
I thought I'd ONE,
but I was wrong! winking smiley

I kept chewing;
I couldn't resist.
Oh, how I regret
the sweetness of this!

The bill has come;
how can I pay?
I still haven't had
my reese today!

BHF
-For Nutmeg. You're a sweetie kiddo!-


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Debutant (---.range217-42.btcentralplus.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 04:50PM

Sweet, sweet, sweet
deliciously sweet:
disasterous teeth.

I enjoyed it lady.

Debutant


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Lady of the Night (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 04:50PM

lmbo, Bruce. (that's butt, mind you) Thanks!

Snickers is great, but nothing beats a miniature Reese's.... they have the perfect soft crunch, the right amount of peanut butter.... the perfect texture. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

Lady of the Night


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Lady of the Night (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 05:06PM

Didn't see ya there, Debutant. Glad you enjoyed it smiling smiley

Lady of the Night


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: J.H.SUMMERS (---.chartertn.net)
Date: December 04, 2003 05:24PM

Lady,

This satisfies my sweet tooth, Reeses are the best...but for me they have become a fading memeory.

jhs


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Gwydion (209.53.139.---)
Date: December 04, 2003 05:25PM



yum! way to kick off the cravings...hello burnt almond, hello kitkat, goodbye waist line!


It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. (Aristotle)


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: illudiumphosdex (---.try.wideopenwest.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 06:29PM

I used to like
The Mini Reese's
I've even tried
Some Reese's Pieces

But now my heart
No longer aches
For I have found
The new Fast Break!


Mmmm, cavities...


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Lady of the Night (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 07:42PM

JHS,

Why's that? Are you diabetic?

Gwy,

Burnt almond? What's that? Almond Joy? Yeah baby!!!!!!!!

Bob,

Fast Break... doesn't even do it justice. Lol, I don't like the nougat... gimme Mini Reese's any day, baby!

Lady of the Night


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: thegreatbrandoni (---.we.client2.attbi.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 07:51PM

I don't think I'm familiar with Mini Reeses. I'm a big Reeses fan, though, especially Reeses Pieces. I agree, as well, that Fast Breaks suck. They have that glossy coat that destroys the taste. Good poem, Lady. I have a question, though. What ever happened to Sargirl?


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Pam Adams (134.71.192.---)
Date: December 04, 2003 07:57PM

Give 'em the old Abba-Zabba,
Abba-Zabba 'em......

and so forth!

pam


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: J.H.SUMMERS (---.chartertn.net)
Date: December 04, 2003 11:22PM

Lady,

Yes I am.

jhs


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Lady of the Night (---.proxy.aol.com)
Date: December 04, 2003 11:40PM

Brandoni,

You're not familiar with mini reese's? It's like the fun size, only smaller. There's Big Cup Reese's, Inside Out Reese's, Fun Size Reese's, and miniature Reese's. Look for 'em in the candy aisle of the grocery store -- they're great!

Pam,

What in the world does it mean to give 'em an abba-zabba?

JHS,

My dad's diabetic, too. He just found out. In fact, it was his diabetes that aided to my gaining 20 lbs, lol. Right before he found out he was, he was craving sugar realllllly bad, so there were always, always pastries or cakes or something in the house, and yup. They were there. I ate 'em. It also happened to be right at the beginning of my last semester, and I had ended my phys. ed.

Lady of the Night


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: maizie1 (195.89.143.---)
Date: December 05, 2003 11:27AM

i know i left, but i read this poem and totally identified with you. i love reeses. i get my parents to bring me back a bag every time they go to the us. or two. or three. or four.


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Jean-Paul (---.nt.net)
Date: December 05, 2003 11:32AM

Homer Simpson once said........
......"Mmmmmmmmmm, chocolate." with a stupified look on his face as he drooled all over his carpet.

"I "Love Summer more than I hate Winter"


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Pam Adams (134.71.192.---)
Date: December 05, 2003 01:13PM

Abba-zabba is a nougat and peanut butter candy bar. Since I was allergic to chocolate as a kid, I ate a lot of them. Somehow they became crossed in my mind with the 'Razzle-Dazzle' song from Chicago.

pam


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Brucefur (---.ok.shawcable.net)
Date: December 05, 2003 02:16PM

Too cute Pam.

JHS,

My dad is also diabetic; he brought it on himself with a sweet tooth from the time that he was a kid. Somehow sugar has never really had a great appeal to me; although back when you could get two caramels for a penny, that was different. (prefered the dark ones!). There is a great poem here on the boards by Bobo about being diabetic; Passing through the honey. I will resurect it in your honour (and Lady's dad's).

Brandon,

Sargirl is well; I have received several letters from her in the last month. She is in school; with her nose to the grindstone, so as to graduate with honours. I have of course been attempting to lure her back to the boards, either here, or at Cosmic, but so far she has remained stubborn. Apparently she doesn't even write much poetry anymore sad smiley A tragedy that, because she was really starting to grow, right around the time that she left.

I do try and keep her up to date as to what is happening here, and specifically when folks such as you ask after her. All part of my campaigne to get her to return.

JP,

I know that you aren't on this thread, but I was thinking of you this morning most fondly. I love you dearly, even though I have been long absent from your beautiful words. HUGS.

Sincerely,


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Gwydion (---.canadawired.com)
Date: December 05, 2003 02:36PM



Dear Lady,

Burnt Almond is only the best darn dark chocolate w/almond pieces chocolate bar ever made! sincerely!


It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. (Aristotle)


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: TheNolon (---.t1-bs.La.Net)
Date: December 05, 2003 03:07PM

Lol very wonderful poem. This is one of my fav candys. Ah yes,but i can't use yahoo web messenger at the library. Shame on them,but i will prevail. smiling smiley Oh don't eat the inside out one though. There not good.

"To write something, you have to risk making a fool of yourself." Anne Rice


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Brucefur (---.ca.shawcable.net)
Date: August 05, 2004 03:00PM

Bump.

This was fun the first time, and just as good the second. winking smiley


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Kellygirl (162.119.232.---)
Date: August 05, 2004 03:55PM

I kept seeing ET picking up the line of reese's pieces! LOVE the Reese's, yummy!


Re: Mini Reese's
Posted by: Gwydion (209.53.139.---)
Date: August 05, 2004 05:11PM



LOL, great bump, a fun and delightful read!


It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. (Aristotle)




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