British > American?

Has anyone ever noticed how much better the british Cosmo is compared to the american?

In my opinion, its like 30 times better.

Is it even possible to get the british one is the U.S.?
Probably not. They wouldn’t want the competition I guess.

I’m lucky enough to be able to choose between 5 Cosmos each month: american, british, danish, norwegian and swedish.

The britsh is definitely number one though. In the january issue, they had this article where they compared friends to shoes. Could the american version even come up with that? I don’t think soooo.

Its totally true too. Everyone has different friends that they go to for different situations and different types of support. Its the same with shoes! Everyone has different shoes that they wear on different occasions, right?

Well, I do at least.

Pop-tarts in Norway!

That’s right. You heard me. Pop-tarts in Norway!

I even have evidence. [see below]

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I was ecstatic, well until I realized 3 things

  1. See the price, the 69,90. Yeah, that’s about about 12 USD. I’ll say it again 12 USD for 4 pop-tarts. What is this world coming to?
  2. I don’t think you can see the flavors, but I’ll tell you: chocolate and strawberry. Now, I’m not going to hate on pop-tarts, but if I’m going to pay 12 buckaroos at least give me some cinnamon.
  3. Lastly, the real mood killer: I gave up snacks/candy/sweets for Lent. That means no pop-tarts. What was I thinking?!

I love how Norway is slowly but surely starting to import American goodness. We are even getting Starbucks!

Granted, they will only be at airports, but it’s a major step in the right direction!

Do frappuccinos count as snacks/candy/sweets?