And so the fire ant was born.
if you can not survive a marshmallow…see..ya..
People don’t realize how dangerous a flying molten marshmallow is. Especially for one sitting near by whose face is in the trajectory.
Catching them on fire and watching them ooze out of existence is one of my favorite things to do with marshmallows. Eating them, not so much.
As God is my witness, I thought marshmallows could…naaah, doesn’t have the same ring to it.
Someone has been watching WKRP…
Marshmallows of the Gods!Kind of makes me wonder if comets aren’t something comparable. “Junk food for thought.” cue the theremin music
Does anyone else now smell melted marshmallow ?
" Oh, Dear. Here comes the big one. " as said by Fred Sanford…
(MUSH!)“Say, that tastes really… Ow! Ow! Ow!”
Yum… Burnt marshmallows. Never put them out by whipping them about, we simply blew the flame out.
…then pull off and eat burned outer shell and roast it again. MMMMMMMMMM…
Where are the Hershey Bars and graham crackers?
It’s a bird! it’s a plane!! No, it’s a flaming marshmallow!!!
Eat fast and stay out of the parking lot.OH! THE HUMANITY!!
looks like a fish
I’m amazed at how many invoked and recognized WKRP! We are always tossing around quotes from it.
I told you we shouldn’t vacation in Mexico, but you said, “Hey, come on. Let’s visit the Yucatan. It will be a blast!”
I remember seeing a bolide (a very, very bright meteor) like that late one afternoon. It looked like an airplane on fire, especially when it broke up in mid air. Later, I learned that it was at least fifty miles away if not more when it exploded.
they are supposed to catch on fire and then you blow them out. DO NOT SHAKE