“Which Panda Express locations in Dallas have Hot and Sour Soup?”

thumb-appetizers-hotsoursoupThat’s what I just Googled. I found nothing but outdated Yelp results, all of which made me insanely #hangry.

Most people would move on. Normal people. Not me. I really want drive-through hot and sour soup. So I continued my search.

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Make… soup…? No thanks.

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Apparently mandarin chicken and pork have disappeared from Panda Express. A hot issue! But not my issue. I decide I’ll create a movement. 

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I’m shocked to find there’s not already a change.org petition on this. Aren’t other people equally as bothered by the elusiveness of hot and sour soup in Dallas?

This isn’t a new issue for me.  As you can see below, I’d already tweeted @PandaExpress… and addressed my tweet to the Panda.

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Yes, the date is November 2012.

Today I’m still in search of Panda Express Hot and Sour soup. Whenever I see one, I’m always tempted to pull in and check. But I’ve done the walk of shame out of the drive-through so many times, I’m not sure I can handle that kind of rejection again.

So, Internet blogosphere, if I may ask one thing of you, I ask that you kindly let me know if you ever find Hot and Sour Soup at a Dallas area Panda Express. I would be ever so grateful.

 

 

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Smiling It Forward

Tylenol Smiling It ForwardAs the FatHeadDog, I get the opportunity to participate in paid and unpaid blog post opportunities on a variety of brands. They vary from the incredibly irrelevant to the perfect fit for my funny little blog. This campaign by Tylenol is a great fit I’m happy to write about.

Tylenol wants to know what it means to me as a mom to see my child smile after being sick. I can answer with an analogy.

You know how there are two types of bedtime “bouncebacks”?

There’s the bad 10-minutes-after-they-were-just-put-to-bed bounceback for any number of incessant reasons, most commonly, “I’m thirsty.”

Then there’s the middle of the night, more sheepish ‘I want to cuddle’ bounceback. This one happens just before you’re about to go to sleep and a cute disheveled-haired boy comes in with sleepy eyes and a smile.

It’s that smile I love most when my little boy bounces back from a fever and flashes me the “I’m ok” grin.

Join Tylenol by SMILING IT FORWARD™. By  sharing a photo that makes you smile, Tylenol will make a $1 donation to Children’s Health Fund (up to $100,000).

 

I have received information and products from McNeil Consumer Healthcare Division of McNEIL-PPC, Inc., the makers of TYLENOL®. The opinions stated are my own. This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks.

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