Friday, March 27, 2009

Peeps Are Back!!

They're showing up everywhere. Resting on the fence:



In the trees:



Nesting in the grass:



It's Open Season!



Yum. It was delicious!

18 comments:

Joe B said...

This is great Janell. Very creative.

Beep Beep, who's got the keys to my Jeep... Vrrrroooooooooommmmm!
I'm drivin to the beach
Top down, loud sounds, see my PEEPS...

They are everywhere, Help!

Actually, I'd rather see the Peeps than OBAMA!

Rachel said...

Haha! Poor little Peeps didn't stand a chance!!

Sue said...

I think they are right next to the Cadbury eggs. Did they hatch?

Jamie Dawn said...

Did that one peep deserve his execution?
Poor little Peep has no head now, and probably no body either.
Did you murder the other Peeps too, also?????
Peeps can find NO safe haven.
Attention all Peeps: Come to JD's house, and she will shield you from those who wish to eat you. Please bring chocolate.

Jim said...

Okay, Janell, fess up now! I know that those guys come in packages of six or twelve. That means you have eaten seven, or at least one, and have chomped down the head of another.
I subribe to a 'watch your weight while eating and still be healthy' daily newsletter but out by Hungry Girl. Your eating all those candy birds reminded me of her.
Paste this:
http://www.hungry-girl.com/fridaypreview.php?newsletterid=1711
Today, March 28th, is National Something on a Stick Day.
Hungry Girl has a recipe for Good Chick Lollipops.
"PER SERVING (2 skewers): 190 calories, 3.5g fat, 315mg sodium, 9g carbs, <1g fiber, <1g sugars, 28g protein -- POINTS® value 4*
Who says you can't have lollipops for dinner?"
They are made from chicken breast strips, battered, stuck on a popcycle stick, and baked. They sound really good!
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Ralph said...

I love peeps.
You do know you have to bite the head off first - right?
Ralph

Janell said...

Hey, Joe! Slow that jeep down! Peeps make very messy roadkill!

Rachel; yes, Peeps have no survival instincts.

Sue; funny, how I've seen lots of Peeps, but never a Peeps egg?

JD; Yes, I ate them all. And they were all sweet and crunchy and mushy all at once. And did you know there is a new species called Chocolate Mousse Bunnies?

Jim; Oooh, that soulds good - I'll have to check that out!

Ralph; well, of course they always go down head first! That way, their eyes are gone and they can't watch you eat the rest of them.

Janell said...

PS; Everyone - it's snowing here again.
Sigh....

Paul Nichols said...

Move over. I'm next. Lemme at 'em.

Cliff said...

It stinks to be the bottom of the food chain. And they would be the bottom.

Funny post J.

Shirley said...

Great shot of them resting on the fence!

Scarlet said...

How cool is this?? I love the peeps photo shoot. Nicely done!

Can you believe I've never tried peeps?? I must add them to my bucket list!! :)

Myrnagj said...

I had my first five PEEPS yesterday. Couldn't wait for them to age properly so they weren't just as I like them. Your pictures made me do it.

How did you keep from eating them long enough to take pictures?

Marla said...

I don't like Peeps to eat. I did like your photos. This was funny!

Paul Nichols said...

Hey there. I know you don't have much to do around here, so I tagged you to do a cheerful and colorful meme. Stop by.

LaDawn said...

My mother brought peeps all the way from the USA for the children's Easter baskets. You can't get them here.

Funny thing is the children don't actually like them very much. So mom and I have ended up eating them all.

Mary Connealy said...

Peeps give me the chills. And I'm a big fan of Sweets, but eek.

Funny pictures. It was nice to see you yesterday, Janell

nora said...

Nice peep show!