Before I went to BlogHer last year, I asked Kellogg’s if they would send me some promotional Pop-Tart stuff to hand out.
This was their response (
We’re glad you are addicted to, errrr, love Pop-Tarts. Unfortunately, we can’t just go around sending free Pop-Tarts to anyone who asks for them.
Excuse me? Don’t you know who I am? I’m not just anyone: I’m your unofficial spokesperson.
Sure, if you Google “Pop-Tarts” and go to “Images, ” my blog doesn’t come up until page 10, but if you Google “Pop-Tart vodka,” I’m on page 1 and every other page. In fact, almost half of those pictures are from my blog.
An early picture of my vodka collection (It has since then doubled.)
- Pop-Tarts from the Hipster
- Mini vodka bottles
- The Dude-flavored vodka
- Me blowing out the candle on the birthday cupcake from Misty
- Me eating Misty’s homemade maple-bacon Pop-Tart
- A picture of me and Jules.
And so many other pictures of random vodka flavors and random Pop-Tart flavors, always lamenting for Pop-Tart vodka.
I realize a lot of them are vodka-related, and that isn’t real marketable to a younger audience, but adults like Pop-Tarts, too.
That’s my new slogan: Adults Like Pop-Tarts, Too.
Would adding “Boo-Ya!” at the end be too much?
Favorite Comment From Last Post: “Dear Mom, It’s my job and I’m doing it Like a Boss. Love, Your Little Pup-Tart. PS – Sleep is overrated. You’ll want to put that on a sleep shirt. PPS – That’s called irony & I’m already a genius.”—NanaBread