Lots of bloggy friends get invited to try products for free and review them. Me? Not so much. I guess I'll have to keep buying products and reviewing them on my own until someone notices my superior marketing skills.
Why, here's a product review of sorts/re-enactment of a true conversation.* See if it makes you want to try one...
Me: I tried one of those FullBars today.
Hubby: A what?
Me: You know, I bought those bars that you're supposed to eat an hour before a meal. You eat it and drink water and it's supposed to make you feel full so you eat less.
Hubby: Oh, right. How was it?
Me: Well... it was different.
Me, considering: The taste was kinda funny and the smell was sort of... off-putting... and the texture, gad, the texture was so chewy and dense and sort of sticky that by the end of it--
Hubby: Wait a minute. It tasted funny and the smell was off-putting and you ate it anyway?
Me: Sure! I'm nothing if not committed... or should be committed... or something.
Hubby: So, you finished it...
Me: Yeah. And it sat like a brick in my stomach. Bleah. I can understand why you'd never want to eat again.
Hubby: So, it works!
Me: Well, I'll never eat another one of those, again. So, um, yeah, I guess you could say it, um--no. Just, no.
* Speaking of re-enactments and such, in commercials, when they show a cartoon diagram of some change, do they really need the word "simulation" on it?