Monday, January 21, 2008

A simple question

Do Raspberry newtons count as a fruit?

They should. But just to make sure I'm getting the most of the fruity goodness, I'll probably need to eat a fair amount. I think I'm up for the challenge tonight.

*Update* Sigh. Someone beat me to them. I was only left three newtons, which probably was a sign from above that I only needed that many. I dont know if I ate enough to get to count them as fruit. Damn.

3 comments:

  1. oh, they definitely count as fruit.

    have you ever done an overseas relocation? i'm not too worried except that i need to get my dog to Japan if that's where we end up, and what i've read doesn't sound like it will be easy for her, or cheap for me.

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  2. I haven't had a rasberry fig newton in years. I forgot about those - yumm! Definately a fruit!

    lala - you should find out the dog regulations as soon as possible - for Hawaii there were several things that needed to be done months before the move, then weeks before and then days before...good luck!

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  3. I think the care bear fruit snacks count as fruit, so I can't argue with raspberry fig newtons.

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