Monday, December 10, 2007

Won't Anyone Think of the Cookies?

Every year as Christmas approaches, people are busy thinking about their friends and families. They gather for parties and enjoy delicious food that has a place as a family tradition or is so indulgent that it can only make an appearance once a year. Cookies in particular are something that are made in huge quantities to be given as gifts and enjoyed as dessert.

But please, this year, think twice about how you treat your cookies.









And for the love of God, don't leave stray glasses of milk around. It can only lead to disaster.

This PSA was brought to you by Take Back the Cookie Jar - Gingerbread Men Against Violence.

10 comments:

Patricia Scarpin said...

These are absolutely adorable!
Such a lovely and fun post!

Denice said...

Where did you get those cookie cutters? I must have them!! Awesome set up - I love the yellow tape!

Muffin said...

Such a cute post, I love it!

Cindy. Lo. said...

Hahahaha,
You're cracking me up!

marias23 said...

This is so awesome! I've been planning on making gingerbread men and now I absolutely have to imitate your creations! My friends and family will love it! :)

Pam said...

I'm glad you all like them. There's nothing like a little tongue-in-cheek at the holidays.

Denice, I got them at Funusual in Faneuil Hall, although they're available online too. They're called ABC Cookie Cutters (yes, for Already Been Chewed).

Liney said...

Omg I saw those cookie cutters the other day! Love it!

Bri said...

What an awesome post! I saw it on Tastespotting and the police line made me laugh out loud. I love the cookie with the spotlight on it. Great idea for a party. The PSA angle is totally inspired! Kudos!

Pam said...

Thanks, Bri! It was inspired by my brother's love of drowning gingerbread men in coffee prior to eating.

The Upstairs Girl said...

Oh, wow, it's my cookie fantasy come terrifyingly, awesomely true. (I just spent an entire day making cookies, and now remember why I only do that once a year.) I love that they're ABC cookie cutters; that is hilarious and totally screwed up.