@tinamarie1974 Me too. Although I don’t think I’m prepared for that much fabulousness in one day.
I also checked under the sofa, because when I unpacked the bag, I thought I heard something hit the floor, and there’s a 100% chance if a hundred dollar bill were on the floor, Stinky would eat it. Her tastes run towards expensive things and hazardous things.
@brainmist I’m going to check too just because it doesn’t hurt and would only take a second. I’m going to look through all the previous IRK, FUKO, and FUKU bags too – just in case. I still have all of them.
@cengland0 Nothing beats the rush of finding a random hidden stack of cash in your travel bags. All I found were tiny bags of unsweet powdered sugar. Guess I’ll go sprinkle it over some french toast breakfast for a quick pick me up to start the day.
@Dakini I think this is a first. There had been earlier talk about why they don’t hide things in the pockets and so this time it looks like they did in some of the bags (so far only back ones it looks like).
@Dakini@Kidsandliz@RiotDemon Here’s the thing though:
-There’s always the possibility
-That possibility increases the more it’s suggested this is a possibility
-Potential hilarity increases possibility exponentially
@Lynnerizer@Dakini@RiotDemon Hey but knowing meh ANYTHING is possible if it tickles the fancy of the powers that be. That we were even gullible enough to think it might be true indicates our faith that meh still has kept some of its early origins to do, on occasion, over the top, off the wall stuff for its own amusement and ours .
@Dakini@Kidsandliz@Lynnerizer@RiotDemon Can confirm. Not the IRK money, but the over-the-top whimsy. Every now and then I consider whether I should cut the VMP, since I’m pretty certain having it lures me to buy silly things (“but it’s FREE SHIPPING!”).
And then there was the PastaMonsterBox. (I’m still working on a good catchy name for it. It’s got a ton of PastaDrop stickers, so Pasta has to be in the name. It’s going to cause some confusion when I take it camping and it’s full of brats and beer…)
Anywho, if that’s not a clear indication that the PTB read the forums and occasionally implement our musings, I don’t know what is. They seriously did it the same day.
@blaineg@brainmist Maybe they make freeze dried twinkies. That should last 20+ years. I believe the army has 20 year old freeze dried rations they tested, found they were still go and so are keeping them around.