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Monday, August 9, 2010

What is This Stuff?

OK, here is a “What is This” photo question that does NOT involve veggies, herbs, or anything that grows in a garden. We’re not even sure this stuff is real. So, go ahead, and comment away with your best quesstimate – it’s not that hard.  And, there are absolutely, positively no prizes for being right OR wrong,

Hint: It’s something we saw this weekend at a very popular summertime sport, details later. It’s a national pastime.
NO, NO, not this – well maybe for the young – the sport.

9 comments:

Pat said...

bags of cotton candy? Just last night on "60 Minutes" there was a famous chef from Spain, now American owner of ritzy restaurants in Beverly HIlls, Vegas and all the posh places where the elite eat. He serves wonderful bite sized foods, ala tapas, mostly of vegetables and fruit- he had mussels enveloped with cotton candy I believe, he had spun his own and uses it for seafoods. Different from the stuff sold at carnivals.

Jim Bower said...

No magic in cotton candy in a bag. You have to watch it spin and catch onto the stick.

The cottage by the Cranelake said...

It looks like cotton, so I just go with the others. Cotton candy, but I´ve never seen it like this though.
Have a great day now!
Christer.

Chris in the Emerald City said...

Looks like OwensCorning insulation... but I'll go along with everyone else and say that pre-made cotton candy............

Elaine said...

Gotta agree with everyone else, it's cotton candy. And might I add, showing my age perhaps, it looks disgusting.

Montanagirl said...

I vote for cotton candy. I'm just sayin' . . .

Anvilcloud said...

I was going to say cotton candy, but now I know that it is. How do I know B? Can you tell me that?

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Pat, yup you got it right first - Cotton Candy and then correctly followed by Jim, Christer, Chris, Elaine, Mona, and AC. Admittedly this was easy, but struck us as funny when we saw this guy walking with a pole full of this prepackaed cotton candy, which was more tangerine-orange than pink. Kids were eating it - no accounting for taste.

Jim, your comment about needing to watch it spin on a stick was so right cause there's something so wrong about THIS stuff.

Christer, we've never seen it this way either. And agree with Elaine that it looks disgusting

Chris, never thought of insulation - hope it taste better.

AC did you know by the file name too?

Anvilcloud said...

Got me.

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