No one but Hannah replied to my first proposed Defend the Trend topic of chunky knits (which are a real trend), maybe because we had done macramé and it was just too similar? Maybe because this winter has slowly crushed our spirits and sapped us of our collective will to live? (It’s been tough here in NYC.) Anyway, here are some of our thoughts about marshmallows, marshmallows with Instagrams printed on them and other things with Instagrams/pictures printed on them instead. Enjoy! And eat some marshmallows. Or don’t. I don’t know anymore.
(NY people, just roast them over a radiator in your cubes.)
BRIANA: I’ve seen this with Oreos, but Thin Mints is next-level. Good thing I’m allergic to Thin Mints, because I feel like I’d eat a ton of these.
LILI: This looks delicious, even to someone who hates marshmallows.
FARIMA: Whaaat? That’s awesome. I wonder what else you can put your Instagrams on.
KAYLA: Probably the biggest waste of money ever.
LIZ: OR is it the best waste of money ever?
ALYSSA: This is NOT okay. Even my food instagrams aren’t appetizing as a boomf marshmallow
KAYLA: Depends. Unless I got BOOMF marshmallows that say: “M-A-R-R-Y M-E?” in hot chocolate or on SOMETHING chocolate, I’m not interested.
LILI: I want to instagram a picture of marshmallows and have them boomfed.
BRIANA: Meta BOOMF! Inception BOOMF! (I really like saying BOOMF!)
KELLY SMITH TRIMBLE: Decorating with Instagram photos is a great topic. We should all be investing in companies that make 4 x 4 frames. (Note: Pottery Barn.) I recently ordered a stack of Instagram prints from Printstagram (who has some nice related products, too). I kinda dig the giant frame with many, many Instagrams, like this:
Although, is Instagram pics in general what you’re talking about? Maybe not. Oh well. Instagram stickers are cute.
BRIANA: We can talk about anything we want! I am enjoying this very mild anarchy!