Thursday, November 20, 2003
The White Yodel Mystery, Part 2 
by Lenka Reznicek [permalink] 
I see no takers in the White Yodel Mystery - perhaps those of us who remember the white-icing coated chocolate Swiss rolls are few and far between, or are perhaps too embarrassed to admit it. Nonetheless, last night before I fell asleep I had a disturbing realization of what may have triggered the White Yodel musings.

Consider that fact that the White Yodel was in fact a standard dark chocolate Yodel on the inside, enrobed in a light covering. The rolls came individually wrapped in a thin crinkly tinfoil inside the cardboard box, unlike today's cello-wrapped Yodels™.

Then, note the subject of this blog post, which appeared immediately prior to the one on White Chocolate Yodels. I shuddered at the connection; psychology works in very strange ways.

Random Surrealism Generator quote of the day: "We are the bug-eyed bosoms. We are here to protect you from the suicidal lemon-squeezer of Hong Kong Phooey."