Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Normally, I don't promote businesses on my blog other than that time I was trying to find a birthday gift at Macy's Department Store and Verizon for my sister, Mrs. Dyson - which reminds me that her birthday is coming up on next Tuesday. And no, I'm not getting her a grave marker. However, I wouldn't mind promoting a reputable business on my blog - if they pay me a nice, hefty fee.
Anyway, after I had left the gym for a late afternoon workout; I decided to try the new rave, Sweet Frog. They are the sellers of premium frozen yogurt. Some of my cousins, friends and co-workers almost swear it's the best thing on earth. I figured that it was only yogurt.
Walking into the well-illuminated pink and green establishment, I was warmly greeted by a tall slender teenager. I'm guessing that his name is Brad. That's what I called him, and he didn't correct me, either. And, no there was no name tag. But, I had a serious question for Brad.
"Hello, this is my first time here. What do I do, first, Brad?" I announced, entering the cool building.
"Welcome, sir!" Brad shouted from behind the topping bar. "First, you keep walking; get a cup and select the yogurt flavor that you want. We have a variety to choose from. Then, you come over here and select as many toppings as you want. And then, you weigh your yogurt and pay for it for thirty-nine cents a pound," he offered.
"Okay! Thank you!" I shouted in return.
I followed Brad's instructions to the letter by choosing the peanut butter flavored yogurt with hot fudge and strawberry toppings. My order totaled $5.83. I wondered how much it would've cost if I had added the crumbled cookies? Sitting on a small seat probably meant for a young child, I began to savor my concoction. The taste was so divine...so heavenly....so delightful. I can't remember the last time I felt that way. Unfortunately, a young father and his two daughters decided to sit next to me as I lifted the cup to my face and scraped the last drop of yogurt into my mouth. I even moaned, groaned and made a slurping noise.The young family watched me from the corner of their eyes.
This experience was too magnificent and too amazing not to share with the world. So, I posted the following on Facebook: "I almost had an orgasm in Sweet Frog. It's so delicious. So divine. Ahhhhhhhh!!!!! " Within a matter of seconds of posting the above statement; I had received approximately fifteen likes and forty-five comments. Some of the posted comments were:
Friend #1: Your orgasm?
Friend #2: I sooo know that feeling!
Friend #3: I didn't know they sold those there.
Friend #4: OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! Where is this place located??
Friend #5: Almost doesn't count! Go back until......
Friend #6: That's it...I know I'm heading there.
Friend #7: You don't REMEMBER what an orgasm is.......
Friend #8: CHARLES!! Is that a new flavor??? Lol
I was excited to see all of those replies. However, if I had posted, "Wishing each of you a great day!" No one would've responded. Mention something sex related and everyone has something to say. Go figure.
In the meantime, until next week and keep praising HIS name!