I love the John Denver and the Muppets: A Christmas Together soundtrack. Denver and Rowlf the Dog’s rendition of ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ is my favourite version of that song (sorry, Judy), and when I was emceeing the local choir’s Christmas concert at the weekend I stole Denver’s spoken intro to…
Best quote by far “Kill it! Kill it with fire!”. I snorted out my wine over that one.
Jolly Rancher classic + Gummi Rancher
Even though my youngest is 6, I may have to seek out Spookie Pookie.
Eek! Halloween - Also by Boyton, is fun, but mostly because my toddler just started to say the word “boo!”.
I am so afraid of everything on this list.
A Tootsie Roll and Starburst (preferably NOT lemon) is pretty good if you’re a garbage candy raccoon-person like myself.
That candy shell will get ya every time!
Kudos to Karl Gustafson for a dope af illustration at the top of this article.
Most of these texture combinations are horrifying to contemplate.
Skittles are like 10 times stronger than they need to be, it only makes sense you’d need a 10-to-1 ratio for this.
Most of these sound pretty horrifying, but 3 Musketeers + Junior Mints sounds absolutely inspired.
M&Ms + hot, buttery popcorn.
The Mike and Ikes weren’t as crunchy as we thought they’d be, and the raisins were like an already chewed Mike and Ike.
“The Skittles’ flavor overpowered everything such that neither of us could even taste the chocolate” -- maybe that’s because there’s no chocolate in Reese’s Pieces?
These all sound like war crimes.
My son likes Spirit too and I find the theme song catchy as shit.
My daughter friggin’ loves Spirit. She’s two and has watched this show on repeat dozens of times. And as a parent, I can honestly say that after dozens of repeat viewings my wife and I absolutely do not hate it. Spirit and Puffin Rock are the only two shows she watches that don’t absolutely make us want to kill…
My daughter loves Spirit. I think it’s pretty good too. The movie it’s based on is also pretty good.
The Monster at the End of this Book is a literary masterpiece. Kohl’s has them at the checkouts for $5. I just bought two for my great-nephews.