Articles in Culture and Criticism
Triscuits are easily my favorite. They're my standard. My comfort. My companion in midnight snackery.
Movies' understanding of "working class" or "poor" interiors doesn't work; it's distracting. I'm talking about the physical design of the homes, the tables and couches. The implication is that the character or family in question …
Augh! I love Breton; I love Town House; I just had Club Crackers with my red-pepper soup at lunch!
Wait, I was wrong, Cheez-Its and Goldfish aficionados — those aren't the indistinguishable two, it's Cheez-Its and Cheese Nips that are carbon cracker copies of one another.
Ohhhhh God. I just…where do I…why? God. This is impossible! And this isn't even the hardest one!
…Oh my. I just absolutely have no idea what's going to become of Flight 5, because I just absolutely have no idea what I might vote for my own self.
The fourth flight distinguishes itself with me primarily via all the crackers in it that I hate.
Okay, whoa. Graham crackers, Triscuits original, AND Wheat Thins original in this round?
Bill Siegel's The Trials of Muhammad Ali is a riveting hour and a half, and that isn't surprising given its subject, one of the most charismatic humans ever.
Does anyone else remember that Premium Saltines commercial where a sleeve of the crackers is tossed into the ocean to demonstrate how watertight it is?