October 24, 2006

Writers and Artists Snacking at Work - WASAW

I was doing a web search on Lorna Doone cookies (don't ask) and stumbled upon this site.

In the mood for snacks?

Of course you are! After all, snacks are one of the few things in life that can turn an enemy into a friend, a traitor into an ally, a cheap bastard into a cheap bastard with snacks.

But is there an art to picking a snack?

Hell, yeah. While most folks will pick the first - or, egads!, the cheapest - snack they can find when hunger strikes, most folks are morons. Hey, picking the right snack can mean the difference between scoring a huge tasty treat or winding up with something more like "bile in a baggy."

That's where WASAW comes in...

We are five members strong - originally co-workers with a bountiful office vending machine, we have since scattered throughout the country to provide you with a fairer representation of snacks in America. (And beyond, when our international friends send us snacks to review.)

After all, the snacks we discover at our individual places of work may have already found their way into your office vending machine or neighborhood Good Humor ice cream truck. You'll want to be prepared.

So be sure and check with WASAW before making your next snack investment. Our reports are easy to print and read, and hopefully entertaining, too. If all goes well, you'll learn from our mistakes and reward yourself with our triumphs... all in the name of quality snacking.


If you need further evidence of the greatness of this concept, check out the review of the Taco Bell Caramel Apple Empanada

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I LUUURRRRVE those empanadas. Now I may know why. I miss the old burrito-style McD pies, too.

K

Anonymous said...

Hi Jude! Thanks for the kind words regarding WASAW and our snack reviews.

- Paddy O' Poppycock
http://snacks.cyberpunks.org/paddy.html

Jude said...

Damn, the WASAW folks are fast with the Sitemeter trackback.

Having worked at McD's, I can attest to the dangerousness of HOT APPLE PIE. We were supposed to let 'em cool for 20 minutes (but sometimes that got pushed) and the pie warming box kept 'em dangerously hot.

Anonymous said...

Props to Technorati. :)

- Paddy O'