I've addressed in the past that things can be sensational in many ways, awesome in many ways and weird in many ways and how it's often subjective but sometimes just flat out isn't..
Well I think from time to time you find a rarity that is neither subjectively weird nor epic, it simply is.. There have been only a handful of products and things I've found in this world that I believe and feel to be genuinely and non subjectively awesome, those things and products are usually things and products that go by some theme, have some humour going for them or are simply amazing in taste, texture and goodness.. And like with those things the first product on our list is genuinely non subjectively awesome, it simply is..
Joan of Arc Veges:
Inninois Canning Company of Hoopeston, Illinois, the product Brand exists today on many different Canned Goods and I know that in truth as much as I hate it I must never be allowed to have one of these or be given one of these for any reason.
Not as a gift, not as food to cook with and not for any reason what so ever.
The reason being? These are a fire-hazard.
Yes and flat out I will tell you why. Because on 30 May 1431 Joan of Arc was publicly executed by burning at the stake and because of that as horrible it is of me these Canned Goods would somehow find their way to being lit on fire because the compulsion to go full pyro on them would be far too strong for me to ever hope to resist. That's it, that's the honest truth.
If you hand me a can of these you'd better hope there is no feasible or even half-feasibly useable source of fire around because if there is.. Well.. Woosh, motherfucker.
There are two Milo Bars basically. The first Milo Bar was introduced in the 90s by Nestle of course and unlike the iteration of the Milo Bar today the first Milo Bar featured Milo Crumble coated in Milk Chocolate..
To those that don't understand, Milo is a mix in Australia, a Chocolate and Malt powder though instead of being a straight powder the original Milo was kind of chunky and formed in say.. Milk or water what were referred to as 'floaters', clumps of chocolaty goodness and in it's compact form it was covered in Milk Chocolate and hence was the Milo Bar.
It was inconceivably delicious.. And it is no more sadly.. The new Milo Bar isn't bad persay, it's Brownie, Caramel and Milk Chocolate in a Chocolate Bar form but.. It's not the original Milo Bar and it's just not as good, not bad.. Just not as good.. The original was far better sadly and unfortunately like many things from the 90s I think the sensational deliciousness that was the original Milo Bar is simply no more forever more..
Sad Big Cat is sad.
James quite enjoyed this and I was pleased with how it came out! I was truly rockin' today.