Monday, October 22, 2012

Flamin' Hot Cheetos Banned From Schools In California, New Mexico And Illinois (VIDEO)

So they are going to snatch them out of kid's lunch boxes.  So, Flaming Hot Cheetohs are on par with cigarettes?  Except for one thing:  the kids can get the bags of contraband back at the end of the day.  So the kid will then open the bag and start to eat them once they are off campus.  If that's the case, the ban...does nothing!  It just makes every one's life a little more miserable.


  1. I love flaming hot cheetos. I've loved Cheetos for a long time. I can remember in my twenties, when i has an outdoor job in sales, and I'd drive to my appointments in Los Angeles County, dressed in a suit, and looking polished and professional, but there would be my little bag of Cheetos. I had to be careful not to spill on myself, and then what to do with my soiled fingers? A dry napkin was not enough. It only made it palatable, but my hand would be rendered useless, dangled as if it were a purse hanging on a stump of arm. Didn't matter. I'd have to get my fix. Flaming hots are a more relatively new phenomenon. I didn't have such a choice back in 85, 86, 87.

    I love chile, I love Cheetos, I love lime... That combo is irresistible. I stay away from it for the most part, but every now and then I succumb. It's a mess with my hand, but I will do it, every once in a great while. Banned from school? What fuddyduds, what control freaks, what busybodies!

    1. I think I'll pack a pound of lard into my daughter's lunch box soon. I guess that'll be ok, right? But, noooOOOOoooo! Don't you dare pack your kid's lunch with flaming hot cheetohs!

      As a funny story (nothing to do with the article), I was in the McD's drive thru and the woman asked if I wanted my chicken sandwich "gilled or crispy". Of course, "crispy" is the softened wording. I told the woman I want my chicken DEEP FRIED. She thought that was pretty funny.

      Which reminds me of another story. Another time, going through the drive-thru I was asked what flavor drink I wanted. Flavor? That was odd wording.

      I told her I wanted the "brown flavor".

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