I found a 1972 "Poppie Fresh" in a free box at the end of the driveway of a garage sale I stopped at Thursday morning. She needed a lot of cleaning, but after a trip through the dishwasher and a morning bath in bleach water, Poppie looks decent.
Very cute. I’m not sure why I still like toys. I guess it is a flashback to childhood thing. Thanks for the memories.
Don’t they working for the same company as you?
I mean, don’t they work for your company?
I’m not sure what you are saying in your comments about the Doughboy and Poppie Fresh. Are you just being silly or asking a serious question?General Mills and Pillsbury did merge, but they had to give up some of Pillsbury so as not to have a monopoly. So, just because it says Pillsbury, it doesn’t mean that "my" company made it. We don’t own the frosting or cake mix, for one example. General Mills has the red spoon Betty Crocker brand for those goods. You can tell a difference side by side. Their white frostings are pinker ( : The flavor different isn’t anything major, unless you are really into sensory profiling. On the other hand Duncan Hines new big tubs have a distinctly different flavor. The chocolate tastes like tobacco.
Both, I mean, I try to write so my friends take it seriously, and my enemies take it as joking. Or the other way around. Too bad this strategy earns me enemies on all sides. Also, I want others to finish the joke, to add the punch line. As if you would meet P. Fresh while working, or get his autograph. :)I almost forgot to add the smiley.
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