I am gainfully employed in the food science field and enjoy exciting hobbies such as thrift shopping, listening to polka music and watching all 357 episodes of DALLAS.

 

It wasn’t until I went to college in Rhode Island that I discovered that “sherbert” wasn’t a real word.
"What the fuck?! You don’t guys don’t know what rainbow sherbert is?", I exclaimed to my new Ro’Dylind friends.
I grew up in the surreal land known as Pennsylvania Dutch country.  Where Hersheypark is located. Where we eat scrapple and red beet eggs (my moniker). Where we use backwards grammar like “I’m going to go take a shower awhile.” - which means “While you wait, I am going to take a shower.”

It wasn’t until I went to college in Rhode Island that I discovered that “sherbert” wasn’t a real word.

"What the fuck?! You don’t guys don’t know what rainbow sherbert is?", I exclaimed to my new Ro’Dylind friends.

I grew up in the surreal land known as Pennsylvania Dutch country.  Where Hersheypark is located. Where we eat scrapple and red beet eggs (my moniker). Where we use backwards grammar like “I’m going to go take a shower awhile.” - which means “While you wait, I am going to take a shower.”

  1. ewingoil said: Wait. You are suppose to say it like sher-bit? Well that’s stupid.