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OFFICIAL SNACK REPORT
Sanctioned By WASAW Snack Committee
Reviewed By: Kid Nougat
Location: Office Vending Machine, Stamford, Connecticut
OFFICIAL NAME OF SNACK:
DESCRIPTION OF SNACK:
(SNACK SATISFACTION INDEX - 1-10):
UPSIDE: They’re neat to eat and they’re cheap – just 55 cents. Nowadays, it’s tough to find a chocolate snack in a vending machine that’s less than $0.75. Trust me, I know. And why? Because it’s my job to know. It’s what I do. It’s in my blood. I’m a snack-pricing super-freak.
DOWNSIDE: They look like something homemade, like a failed dessert experiment. They really, really look lame. You know when your kids say, “Daddy! Mommy! I just made you something to eat! I made it myself!” They look like that.
Image stolen from taquitos.com
1ST 4 COOKIE INGREDIENTS:
Not entirely awful, considering it looks like a traffic jam. You’ve got “NESTLE” in one font, “TOLL HOUSE” in another, “CANDY BARS” in a third, “NEW” in a fourth, and “SOFT & CHEWY COOKIE” in a fifth. Not to mention a miniature toll house atop “since 1939” and an image of the candy bar that bears no resemblance to the real thing. Despite the mess, it works. It kinda' looks cool, kinda' traditional.
DO YOU RECOMMEND THIS SNACK? (YES/NO - EXPLAIN):
Sure, I guess. It works best when you need a chocolate fix and there’s nothing else available. If you actually have other options, don’t be a nincompoop. Pick something else.
WHAT THE HECK IS A TOLL HOUSE?
I think it’s one of those little box-rooms that toll collectors stand in. (In Manhattan, the rent for a toll house is roughly $1,600 a month.)
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