The good news? They got rid of the free Combos at my office. The bad news? They were replaced with free mini-Oreos.

Who knew these delicious little treats even existed? I wasnt going to go near them but I didnt want to be rude to the Oreos. They really deserved a nice warm welcome (in my belly).
Now I cant stop thinking about them. They are everywhere. 
Im trying to distract myself with back-to-school shopping on etsy and am totally loving these reusable sandwich packs from Willow Handmade (which of course happen to be just the right size for Oreos).
Now I must go to the restroom, which is conveniently located next to the vending machine.
Don’t make eye contact. Don’t make eye contact.


3 thoughts on “The good news? They got rid of the free Combos at my office. The bad news? They were replaced with free mini-Oreos.”

  • So are your children old enough to bring non-disposables back home?? I’m lucky if the lunchbox and the freezer pack returns… can’t imagine how many reusable bags would go into the garbage can… I lost many a good spoon until I went back to plastics in the lunchbox!
    Any tips?

  • My son is 5 and I’m think (hope) he wouldn’t throw it away. My daughter’s school supplies lunch so I don’t have to worry about packing anything for her!

  • I work in elementary special ed and had a first grader bring her snack in one of lined cloth reusable sacks each day. After a bit, though, they definitely acquired a smell! She had two or three on rotation, I say get more and wash alllllll the time 🙂

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