I turnip at a signature Kroger and faint at the fantasticality of the produce wall. Herringboned carrots and parsnips. Carefully curated collard greens. Rowdy radishes wrangled. Bunches of spinach, white-belted soldiers in rows.
The stocking crew didn’t miss a beet. Their painterly care leaves me artichoked with emotion. Way to embrace their work endive into it with devotion.
Thanks for being here, dear reader. Here’s to a fresh start in 2017!
The clever line—‘hole lotta yum—packs the bundt cake’s distinctive feature (hole in the middle), a benefit (whole lotta yum), and wordplay (whole/hole) into three little words. Combine with larger-than-life shots of decorated cakes and stir in contact info for a delectable ad on wheels any way you slice it.
Of the many brands that have fun with words, OPI (Don’t Talk Bach To Me, Unfor-greta-bly Blue,Danke-Shiny Red and other shades in the Germany Collection) and ModCloth (Finance and Dandy wallet, Don’t Worry, Be Strappy wedge, Rolling in the Steep teapot) come happily to mind.
And when “serious” brands show a sense of humor, we’ve no less days to sing God’s praise, than when we first saw pun.
The capped Z heralds the “zing” in Amazing Grass! No accident, I’m sure.