Who’s Getting The Attention Now?

Pink Shoes and Socks

I took this photo of this couple online in Starbucks this morning. 


It was very hard not to notice this guy’s sneakers and socks (on the left). 


Hot pink sneakers with matching Homer Simpson pink socks. 


I thought to myself that you’ve got to be pretty bold to go out and wear that. 


It’s funny how people love attention, and often it seems like they will say, wear, and act any which way they have to in order to get it. 


Maybe (good) attention is like currency:


– It’s valuable when your noticed (you become instantaneously cool, one to follow, maybe gets into the school or job you always wanted, oh and don’t forget all the likes on Facebook or the paparazzi).


– It feels good to have some (who wants to be ignored or looked down on? Positive attention is like an addictive drug to many people).


– You can trade attention with others (they give you some and you give them some–it’s like rubbing each others backs, but in this case it’s your egos instead). 


– Perhaps, you can even save some up in the (memory) bank (where people remember what a great gal or guy you are). 


Think about what do you do to get attention and is it something you are proud of or are you acting a little mischievous, naughty, and outlandish to get it? 


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Feeling So Naughty

Bacon Popcorn Kosher

Ok, so Dossy brought home a new snack.


It’s from Trader Joe’s and it’s called Baconesque.


It’s popcorn with white cheddar and bacon-like seasoning…it’s Kosher (OU, Dairy)!


The sidebar from the man and lady dancing on the packaging says, “I can’t believe it’s not bacon!” and I’m thinking I can’t believe it’s just like bacon!


So I tear open the package, and dug in for my first taste of bacon-like popcorn (note: except for imitation bacon bites which my sister used to put on salads, I’ve never tasted bacon or anything like it). 


One handful, two handful…almost puking now. 


Yeah, it tastes like I thought it would, but maybe Jews know a little something too…I like a good piece of beef better, much much better.  😉


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)