Before I become intoxicated, I would like to say that tomorrow will be the last day of these reviews because a week just seems like a good amount of time to do this seeing as I just wanted to revisit it for fun. To end off the week, I will get take-out from a magical indian restaurant called Bombay Grill because their Paneer Makhani is one of the greatest dishes I have ever tasted.
Now, time to take care of business...
Listening to: Kid Cudi and other emerald-aimed music.
Yep, now I'm high. So, I found the perfect thing to review high. Fucking...
VANILLA CUPCAKE-FLAVOURED GOLDFISH
So I am starving. It sucks to wait to eat food, which is one reason I'll be glad this is over tomorrow. Really looking forward to that curry. Nom nom nom. Okay, let's try this. Savoury and sweet, reminds me of those teddy graham cookies. Ok, that isn't that weird. They're basically cookies. I should have known that seeing as it was in the cookie section, but you kind of assume it's going to be like the crackers and then if it's vanilla cupcake-flavoured then that's a weird food, but it tastes bready and sweet, like a cookie and it has a cookie texture. Why is eye contact so frightening? I don't know. Maybe it's because you are clearly being watched intently. It tastes artificial but not enough that it's bothersome. Agh, got really freaked out just remembering this video -- Film Theory quite convincingly alleged that Wall-E has cannibalism. Shudder. Now let me continue this nice food review. This does not taste like vanilla cupcake but instead vanilla teddy grahams. So tired, so high… It's good. They'd make a nice sugary work snack. I'll definitely finish the bag. Not tonight. We've got bigger and better things…
SWISS, POTATO CHIP AND SOURDOUGH SANDWICH
This is turning out to be high food combo night, even thought the first one kind of tricked me. Don't you think Goldfish is tricking stoners? Thinking they'll be crackers when they're cookies... Geez. But you're right, I could have probably thought of some even weirder stoner food combos.
This is a sandwich I just regularly like to make, usually with a white or sourdough baguette. Almost forgot to think about what I'm tasting haha. Sour, potato chip taste. There's a sharpness to the flavour of the bread. I think I'm not used to savouring sandwiches such as these which is a shame. I think I eat too fast. The bread has a good texture, nice and fresh-tasting. When you really taste all three it's a nice flavour. I prefer the white bread version however this is also good in its own unique way. The swiss is the least prominent flavour but you can subtly taste it and it complements the chips and bread. I also love the texture of chips in a sandwich, crunchy and thin. Very nice, a lovely lunch that one might consume at some normal place like a bath house or inside a piano or maybe at a microscopic, nah, why can't I think of one that isn't scary? A lovely lunch to consume at a microscopic level inside a water bottle on a sunny summer morning in Santa Fe. Ye. I declare this sandwich quite nice.
I've chosen Muskoka Cream Ale. I am too high. I drank several sips before I remembered that I should be reviewing it. Very nice. Piney, sweet. I'm not super familiar with cream ales and what they're all about. Lots of hop to it and yet there's a sweetness to the flavour somehow. It's good but not remarkably interesting. Maybe I'd pick up more things sober but I'm just getting hammered by the hops of it and the piney-ness. It says it has floral tones on the bottle. That makes sense. English pub style ale is smooth and easy-going, according to the bottle. English pub-style would explain the hoppiness. Easy-going is accurate. It won't assault you with a lot of flavours. And it is smooth. I like it although it's a little too hoppy for me to love it.
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