I like when Pinterest gives me suggestions, because I might discover something else to obsess over (scones, mug cakes, toys from childhood, etc…). But I know for a fact I’m not into this:
Why in the name of all things good would I want to make a piñata filled with the COVID?
“In eight easy steps.”
I can think of three:
Anywho, this would be a great Dr. Evil-type weapon… “Hey, everybody! Let’s bust open this piñata! Who knows what treats are inside!?!?”
“Release the COVID.” (While stroking Mr. Bigglesworth...)
Pinterest strikes again with its randomness. This is one reason why I love social media—it brings out the… how should put this? It brings out the eccentric folk. That’s being nice…
Since I’m a foodie and will save a gajillion recipes that I will never be alive long enough to make, I found a recipe for Taco Tater Tots Two Ways for the slow cooker. Who doesn’t love tots? The name alone is cute, and—fried potatoes.
But as with any social media platform, the comments are golden—or bizarre.
I noticed there was a comment with this “pin”. So I clicked on it.
No comment made. Just a picture of these two. Are these the taco tater tots in two ways? Did these two like the recipe and that’s why they’re smiling. Or are their nicknames for each other Tater and Tot?
Or perhaps, they are one of many who don’t know how to “social media”. Which is okay. Because it’s gold for the rest of us…
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