Fun to Eat, But Really Fun to Say
You know what we’re talking about: guacamole. Chips and Guacamole.
Say it out loud with us. Guacamole! Yeaaaaah, you feel that rush? It’s like the linguistic equivalent to Moombahton: a block party in your mouth every time you say it. AHHHH! OHHHH! HEYYYY! Now pair it with freshly fried tortilla chips and your tongue will basically be high-fiving your teeth until the cops come, and the whole party has to scatter down your throat like a bunch of young punks doing donuts on a golf course. GUAHHH-CAHHHH-MOOOO-LAAAAYYYYYY.People who don’t like Guacamole, yes, those people exist, are the ones in the neighborhood that probably called on your wicked house party. Yeah, they were all like, “Sounds like they’re having so much fun. What fools. Let’s break this party up.” And next thing you know, the cops are there. That is probably exactly how the cops found out about your party and your party will forever be legendary. Because we all know there is no such thing as a party (a cool party at least) without Chips and Guacamole. Guac brings the party to the party. You’d think guacamole would be called party, instead. You know what. We’re officially making that happen. From now on, let’s refer to guacamole as party? You with us? Oh Yeah! That’s what we like to hear. Guacamole is so fun to say as word it pretty much means party anyways, right? Parties are fun. Just like guacamole. You think anyone will notice the difference. Mmmm… This party tastes so good.Hmm… maybe we change the word “party” to guacamole? This guacamole is totally rocking! Yeah, that sounds a little better. Actually, let’s just leave the words in their original form. But between us, we’ll use them as the same word. It’ll be our secret because we’re the ones who really know that guacamole is a total party.