Tuesday, August 31, 2010

In Case of Emergency

Look at what our local boardwalk has on it's lil' store shelves...

A marital bliss chocolate bar, split 'evenly' down the middle to share with your man.  'Girth control' chocolate?  Let's not go there, shall we?

A 'balanced diet' chocolate bar, with sections for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  Sweet! 

A 'Bochox' bar.  You know, for all of those wrinkles.

I was informed by Nator that you're not old until you have wrinkles.  I informed her that her mother had them.  She backed out of that one by telling me that I was  in the middle.  Not old, not young.  Maybe this will help reverse the clock?  Or, at least, make me feel less worrisome about the aging process. ;)

Maybe they've run into a person or two who have been under the influence of PMS?  Maybe they are just trying to avoid what 'could' happen?  At least they are prepared.  Good thing hubs knows where to look in case of such an emergency.  :)

Break off desired dosage?  Clearly calories don't count in an emergency!


  1. I'm all for the "balanced diet" bar. Sounds like a diet I can stick with. ahaha. Thanks for sharing. Blessings, SusanD

  2. Those are quite humerous! I think maybe all husbands should be armed with emergency chocolate for thier wives!

  3. A girth controlled chocolate bar? That's just wrong. : )

  4. these are hysterical! we sell them at our pharmacy. Bochox is my fav!

  5. heehee somewhere in the middle ;) i'm right there with ya girlie!

    <3 me some chocolate! i'll take one of each, wait, make that a box of each ;]

  6. I believe I remember you saying that you use actions, so I'm giving you a link where you can download one that will smooth skin, like I did in my photos. I haven't used these because I have Amanda from Everyday Elements, Deep Clean 1 & 2, but I've heard that lots of photographers use these from Coffeeshop and love them. Go down the page where it says RETOUCHING and download into your effects folder, Baby PowderRoom and PowderRoom 2....they probably have a tutorial on how to run these actions, but I'm not sure, I'd have to look, but if they don't I could help you with it. I actually have them downloaded, but haven't played with them, but I know one or both of them have a layer that smooths skin. Anyway, here is the link and there are tons of free actions here...


    I think Amanda's actions work in Cs4 also, but I'll have to ask her and she has some free ones on her Everyday Elements website, with tutorials....I gave the link on my blog. You can just download one and see if it works. I won't be able to get a hold of Amanda until she's finished with homeschool at 4:30 EST. Hope this helps....I love actions, they are addicting and fun! ~ Debra

  7. Oh, I forgot to mention that I love your post! These are hilarious and I think I need some BOCHOX!!! You know...for the wrinkles....yeah...for the wrinkles...well....ok, that's my story and I'm stickin' to it! LOL

  8. I checked with Amanda and all of her actions work in CS4, so here is a link to her freebies, if you're interested. She has one that is called Smooth Skin....I love all of her actions! She also offers some free tutorials too. She gave another free action to us on her Everyday Elements facebook fan page today and i can't wait to play with it. :)


  9. I could really use some of that Bochox right about now!

  10. Those chocolate bars are hilarious!!! Obviously some very practical women working in that business!

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    Loved the chocolate bars; what great gifts they would make. I need to shop where YOU shop!


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