You see, I have this thing. Where I can’t walk down the peanut butter aisle in the grocery store without impulse-buying. Heck, I can’t even virtually walk down the virtual peanut butter aisle in the virtual grocery store without mass-impulse-buying. As evidenced by this:
What? It was a 4th of July special. Only I realized I could buy it for less at Wegman’s three days later. You win some, you lose some.
But let’s get back to that thing. The thing where I impulsively buy weird things and grocery store marketers clap and cheer because their tactics always work on me. Yesterday I went to Wegman’s and not only did I find Chocolate Pirate Booty (what?!?) but during my gallivant down peanut butter aisle I found Biscoff spread. In case you didn’t know, Biscoffs are cookies made in Belgium. So this is a spread made of cookies.
A SPREAD MADE OF COOKIES.
It tastes EXACTLY like you would expect a spread made of cookies to taste like, with the consistency of reaaaallly smooth peanut butter. Like graham cracker spread. Or bunny graham spread. WHY HAS NO ONE INVENTED COOKIE SPREAD BEFORE BELGIUM?!?!
Aloooooooha, Biscoff spread. Welcome to my belly.