I don't know why it is that the primary focus of state fairs seems to be frying things, but hey - don't look a gift horse in the mouth, right?
Anyway, one of the things this lady was eating was a ginormous corn dog, a food which we all know is proof that God loves us. I believe that corn dogs are actually the premise upon which all fairs were created.
But as I looked at her picture I realized that there's actually a flaw in the corndog, and I felt like my whole life was built on a lie.
CORN DOGS DO NOT NEED STICKS.
Why do they HAVE sticks? It makes no sense! A popsicle needs a stick. Kebabs need a stick. Frozen bananas - stick.
But a corn dog, like a churro, a funnel cake, a doughnut, a hushpuppy, a chicken leg, a green tomato, a french fry, an onion ring and numerous other fried delights does NOT need a stick!
So why does it have one? Whose brother in law owned the stick factory that launched an entirely unnecessary tradition? I'm sort of outraged at this stick-mongering and I feel like someone needs to get to the bottom of it. I also look forward to the first stickless corndog now that I've blown the lid off this conspiracy. You're all welcome.
But speaking of STICKY things, I have a fun project for you today, featuring some metallic Rainbow Tape. Rainbow tape is made in the USA, which you know I love, and it comes in metallic and non-metallic finishes - tons of colors and widths. I used the 1/4" tape here, and adhered it to fun foam, embossed it with the new Pine Bough folder from the Holiday Mini catalog, painted and sanded it. I love the shiny, festive look.
Rainbow Tape for my manicure!
The nails were as much fun as the stamping!
So I hope you can go out in the world now and make the change we need to see in the corn dog industry. The future is in your hands.