The Popular (Crock Pot) Girls
I know, I know. Get off this Crock Pot Girls craze already. It’s getting old! Or is it?
I just can’t get enough of this. It reminds me of high school, I think that’s why I’m obsessed with it. It’s the drama. I looooove drama.
First you have the lovely Crock Pot Girls whom everyone likes (you know, just shy of a million or so, no biggie). I like to call them the popular girls.
Next comes three other crowds: the followers, the watchers and the haters (or, maybe the geeks (computer savvy) remember we’re back in high school here).
So which one am I?
I’ve been in all three crowds. I’m not afraid to admit I started as a follower. I saw one of my friends had liked Crock Pot Girls so I immediately liked them too. Then just one day later I turned into a hater. Yep, reading the tweets about internet marketers, affiliate advertisers, spamming, I totally unfriended them. I was definitely hatin’. Now, here I am sitting in the middle watching both crowds, just exactly where I was in high school.
While I’m watching, I’m, of course, wondering… Is their popularity completely viral (lucky gals), or did they get some help from the captain of the football team first (brother-in-law Chase Shelby)?
PS, check back tomorrow for a Blendra-original crock pot recipe. It’s a good one, Preston even gave it 2 thumbs up.