Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Now's your chance!!

Announcing my new column, Ask Andrea.


  • Do you need advice?
  • Want to vent and need someone to back you up?
  • Want to know which grocery store has the best deal on Diet Coke is this week?
  • Need to know which hairspray will withstand hurricane force winds?
  • Looking for mindless trivia from the net?

Please submit your questions or requests to my blog. No question is too crazy, stupid or out of reach! I'll do my best to get you what you need.

7 comments:

s-hooks said...

Dear Andrea,
I'm looking for a new favorite cereal. Something really really good...because my usual Raisan Bran just isn't as exciting as it used to be. Please keep in mind I can't handle any sort of chocolate or peanut butter flavored cereal-they just gross me out!
Thanks,
Sarah
PS-If you could find me an online coupon for it, that would be great too!

Andrea said...

Dear Sarah,

I have some options for you!!

Choice Number 1: Kroger brand Granola. It's in a green box. It's nutty, oaty, rice crispyie all the while glued together into little nuggets of granola crunch. It's good with or without milk. And if you're feeling particularly adventurous, try it on Bryers All Natural Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. Now this is some GOOOOOOOD stuff! It's between $2-$3 a box.

Choice Number 2: Quaker Cinnamon Life. Now here's a cereal that is "supposed" to be good for you. Right? So why not throw some cinnamon (and if you're me, a heapin' helpin' of sugar) on it? YUM!, I say.

2 for $4 deal alert!! This week you can buy 2 boxes of Quaker cereals at Kroger for $4.00. You have limited choices so view their ad at: http://central.inserts2online.com/pageLarge.jsp?pageNumber=2&drpStoreID=71

Number 3 Choice: If you're looking for super, rot your teeth sweet, then you should try Kellogg's Mini Swirlz Cinnamon Bun Cereal.

If you like cinnamon and you like crunch, then you'll like this cereal.

MrBreakfast.com rated this 7 out of 7 eggs - his highest rating!!

I'm unable to find a coupon for this specific cereal but did find Several mail in promotions for Kelloggs Cereal at: http://www.kelloggs.com/cgi-bin/brandpages/promotion.pl?type=200&company=3

I hope I was helpful! If you try any of these cereals, please let me know what you think!

Andrea

allison said...

OK, I need ideas of how to kill a dog without a trace. No antifreeze or anything slow and cruel like that. Just something that won't look too suspicious. Also, some suggestions on how and where to dump its carcase would be nice. Keep me in mind, but I need it to be failsafe.
Thanks!!!!

Andrea said...

Allison, at the advice of my attorneys, I must begin with a small legal disclaimer. Of course Ask Andrea would never consider harming another living thing.

However we can recommend that you contact your local humane society and even contact the local sherrif. I expect there are ways to get rid of this dog without breaking any laws, especially since you have documentation from your vet on Jerry's injuries.

A local non profit in your area may be able to help (Becky used to be involved in this group) Pals for Paws http://palsforpawshc.com/

Of course if these options don't pan out - you can always run over it multiple times with a car. Use it for target practice with a 12 gauge shotgun. If there's an incenerator in your area, you can throw it in there dead or alive. Find a glue factory in your area and make a donation. Or ask someone who has a dog repulsion to strangle it barehanded.

I hope this helps!!

Andrea

allison said...

Andrea,
Of course, i would never ask any advice and then turn the blame on you for my actions...I have to say I like the idea of the glue factory.....

Andrea said...

Check out my new blog dedicated to useless and useful advice:


http://askandreaadvice.blogspot.com/

s-hooks said...

Ok thanks Andrea! You're good! Somehow you knew that I like cinnamon! I'm going to recommend you to all my friends! See you at Ask Andrea!