Comments: Haven't Done This In A While

Dots--I don't really like them, but I can't resist them.

Posted by Terry Oglesby at October 28, 2004 02:45 PM

Dots. The dentist's best friend.

See also: Jujubees.

Posted by LittleA at October 28, 2004 03:01 PM

If I set my mind to it, I can enjoy Dots and Jujubees without chewing. Drives my wife nuts if we're sharing a box of candy, since she's more into instant gratification when it comes to sweets.

I have my e-mail notification set up to a Homer "woo-hoo" every time I get a new message at work. It will sometimes get a quick look-around followed by a chuckle. I can't imagine the reaction to a series of "D'ohs!" or "Woo-hoo's!" for a cell phone ring.

Posted by MarcV at October 28, 2004 03:20 PM

1.
Candy Corn
Carmels
Reeses PB Cups

2.
Cotton Candy
Exhibits
Trinkets (like feathery hair things and loooong earrings that my best friend and I used to get!)

3.
Moon River
Rat in a Cage
Generic Oriental Movie Tune (that Hubby has now)

Posted by TulipGirl at October 28, 2004 11:13 PM

Is the instant gratification with hard candies a male/female thing? If I give my wife or female colleagues a piece of hard candy [the Baskin-Robbins sugar free is good], they all start crunching. The candy lasts about 10 seconds.

Posted by jim at October 29, 2004 12:28 PM

I don't know the answer Jim, but I am a cruncher, which kind of drives my husband nuts -- plus, as you can see, I really like the gummy sorts of candies better.

Posted by Jordana at October 29, 2004 12:33 PM

I never thought I'd want a personalized ring on my phone, but since I get so few calls on mine when I used a generic setting I would always assume it was someone else's phone and not even think to try to answer my calls until it had rung enough times for the caller to give up on me before I could pick it up. So I paid the big one dollar to Virgin to buy a "Lovely Rita" ringtone. My phone is pretty basic, so it's just the beeps that mostly sound like a song rather than a quick blare of radio-ready music. I picked "Lovely Rita" because it was pretty much the only song that I both liked and could recognize in its beeped version. But it works. As soon as I hear the Beatles beeping at me I go for my phone and catch the call.

Posted by ninaradio at October 29, 2004 12:46 PM