Monday, April 13, 2009

Peep Show...

If you didn't eat 10 peeps for breakfast like my dear son Po then you probably have some of those little buggers left over from the Holiday...

They're yummier stale anyway right... or frozen if you don't want to wait for them to go stale...

But just in case you have SO MANY that you just don't know what to do with them:

a little plumber-bum anyone?
Everyone's favorite TV family
Any Trekkies out there - it's "Trouble with Tribbles!"


I debated doing a Peeples choice award for y'all and having everyone submit some lovely Peep Shows of your own...  but the Washington Post beat me to it...  years ago actually...

They're impressive actually...  much more impressive than my idea of tossing a few yellow and orange peeps on the sand and calling it a nude beach.

but... if you REALLY want a scientific study of Peeps...  well, okay - maybe it's a little lacking in the science but it makes up for it in the hilarity - check THIS out!

10 comments:

McArthurs said...

I hear peeps have a 2 year shelf life so what ever you do with them I am sure they are good.

lori said...

I checked out the link, but it didn't work for me, is there another?

T said...

hmmm... try www.peepresearch.org/smoking.html - of course I can't figure out how to link in my comment, so you'll have to cut and paste, sorry :)

cold cocoa said...

Peeps are fun. I've seen people dip them in chocolate...mm. That would take them up a level. I think I prefer the chicks over the bunnies. Puffy heads are more fun to eat.

Becky said...

Ah, Peeps. I love 'em stale. Apparently they're not so good for you though, so maybe I should cut back to one pack a day...

Kristina P. said...

I haven't eaten a single Peep this year, and I am OK with that.

Megz said...

Peeps and Twinkies are both treats whose ingredients are suspicious to me. I'm pretty sure both will kill you. In fact, maybe you better go check on Po to make sure he's still alive.

The Blonde Duck said...

I LOVED the tribbles one! My mom is a huge trekkie and we always joked about tribbles!

Thanks for reading my post at Venus vs. Mars. I feel so much better knowing I'm not crazy for not having a ton of girlfriends!

Heather B said...

My #3 son popped his in the microwave. From the ensuing shrieks and laughs, I think it's a great source of entertainment. In his words, "It blew up as big as my head!" Not so much fun to eat after that, and I think there's still a bit of fossilized yellow Peep goo in the middle of the glass carousel in the microwave. eeeeww.

April said...

That link was hysterical! I might even want to eat one now!