Thursday, January 6, 2011

Ted - The Mean Gummy Bear

Since we are on the topic of food, i found it appropriate do a short story involving food...

Ted was a mean bully. He was also somewhat racist since he was the only clear, white gummy bear in the bowl. He was the best..or so he thought. He and all the other gummy bears were in a clear, glass bowl-ready to be eaten at any moment. So often, Ted would push innocent gummy bears into the hands of a human, which the human would then eat. I would call that murder. Ted would laugh and mock the gummy bear moments after the unfortunate gummy bear was eaten. Eventually, Ted was the last in the bowl, and he was proud to come out the last gummy standing. But all the humans were so full of food that noone wanted ANY food, not even the last gummy bear. So one human grabbed Ted around the midsection to throw him into the garbage. (which is the worst fate a gummy bear could have) When Ted realized that he was going to be thrown out, he held onto those fingers for dear life! The human parted his fingers to allow the gummy bear to fall into the garbage, but the gummy bear stuck onto his finger. So the human simply flicked his fingers and Ted went soaring into the garbage bin. He was left to rot with the moldy cheese, lumpy milk, weeks-old lettuce, and worst of all-maggots. This was truly the bin of horrors.

Moral of story: Don't be a bully!

NOTE: The author does not believe in karma. But coincidences do happen.

Written by Jeff Gordon

Saturday, September 11, 2010


Hello to all those wandering minds who are there, searching for something to enjoy, something to make their day. Well, look no further, for you have met your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! This blog is to provide food and joy to your empty tummy, and when I say empty tummy, I mean the tummy of your soul. But just to clarify things, we will not be handing out food.

But first I must introduce a very important person, yes, my younger brother, the co-creator. At the naive age of 13 (going on 7) ,Caleb was determined to create blog and voila! We are here. Caleb is big asset to this two-man team of ours because he has the drive and persistence that I sometimes lack. He also adds a different mindset than mine which can prove very useful when giving ideas.

My name is Jeff and at my ripe age of 15 years, I serve Caleb as a mentor and a spelling checker. I can be the crazy type but most of the time I don't make a fool out of myself (I think). I consider myself the more creative person on this team who adds the pzazz.

You can think Caleb as the heart of this operation while I am the brains. But there is also the invisible hand, my older brother, Josh.

Josh who is 25 years young, already has a blog and therefore experience, so he is offered to get us on track. Thank you, Josh.

Overall, this blog serves as a creative and online portfolio where we will post the cool things that we make.