Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Guac Mobile


Before yesterday I though there was only one very large vehicle designed to look like your favorite food. The Weinermobile. But I was wrong. Last night, I saw the Guac Mobile. Now, I am definitely making that name up, but I thought it had some pizazz. I should probably get a job naming all large vehicles designed to look like giant food. I would be bankin'.

Now, the Guac mobile isn't technically as cool as the Weinermobile, since it has to be pulled around by a truck. But I am an equal opportunity foodist. Plus, the Weinermobile had that whole unfortunate accident recently. Can you imagine sitting on your couch and having the Weinermobile crash through the wall? Somebody better be getting some free bacon for life. And some cold cuts.

Back to the Guac Mobile. I do love some guacamole, so I was super excited that they were at the Rangers game last night. They were outside the gate giving out free guacamole and chips. Heaven in a little paper bowl.

Wholly Guacamole (best name ever) was out at the ballpark for National Hot Dog Day. Obviously the Weinermobile seems the more obvious choice, but they were probably afraid they'd accidentally take out the side of the stadium. So, guacamole it was.

Inside the park, they were passing out free guacamole with every hot dog, which frankly kind of weirded me out. I will eat guacamole on a lot of things. Chips. Hamburgers. Salad. Mashed Potatoes. Waffles. But hot dogs? We have to draw the line somewhere people. What's next? Mustard on fajitas? I think not.

4 comments:

laurenk said...

I love avocados and am slightly ashamed to say that I will put them on almost anything!

The Lewis Family said...

Amanda, guac on a waffle? Are you serious?!

Katie said...

You are a goober. I know you threw the waffle in there just to make sure people were reading everything, right? Yipes! I wish you were coming this weekend! I miss you already!

Hannah said...

I actually saw that Wholly Guacamole mobile on the tollway earlier this year. I have to say the advertising worked, I bought some the next time I went to the grocery store...