Musings From Us Listings For sweets

The following are the all of the articles that have been tagged as and being related to sweets that can be found here at Musings From Us, for your enjoyment.

Sniglet of the Day: December 15

This entry was posted in General Musings, Satire, Sniglets by Snowfoxx on

Sniglet Of The DayFlabalanche — What happens when a fat guy loosens his belt

With the fall/winter holidays comes much feasting and celebrating, no matter what your faith. From the feasting on sugary treats on Halloween to the showers of champagne on New Year’s Eve, there is always going to be something to add to our waistline. Some of us don’t give into the media hype of New Year’s resolutions and will just let it all slide, literally. This is what is called a flabalance. Unlike a regular avalanche made of snow, ice, rock, and usually very loud sounds, a flabalanche tends to be made of overindulgence of sweets, homemade baked goods, way too much meat, lots of butter, and far too much beer to wash it down with, and let’s not forget the barbeque served up at those tailgate parties. There is no warning, much like with the natural avalanche, but a flabalanche tends to be less deadly, unless the person who had the flabalanche has a nasty bout of flatulence. Then those around him/her might get a bit of gas poisoning. Even that is only temporary. So, if you do know that this might occur at your holiday parties and family gatherings, stand aside and let the man/woman go through, just try not to be downwind when it happens.

Cake Shop

This entry was posted in Casual Games, Software, Time Management Games by Snowfoxx on

Gameplay:★★★☆☆ 
Graphics:★★★☆☆ 
Sound:★★★☆☆ 
Value:★★★☆☆ 
FunFactor: ★★★☆☆ 
Overall:★★★☆☆ 

Well, here’s another mediocre time management game where we have to feed sweets to customers and keep them happy with little extras. A common theme in time management games when dealing with running a restaurant or, in this case, a Cake Shop. Not only does Emily have to deal with this, but the woman who owns the store has a brother whom is a contractor that is building Emily’s house. Emily seems to have been blessed with an amazingly high metabolism, because if she were a real person running this kind of business, she would be not the rail thin little twig of a thing she is. This is a computer game, so I guess the devs can make their main characters look like they want to, but it’s pretty average as these kinds of games go. Let’s see, we need to keep the customers happy to gain extra tips. Not a problem, part of the territory. We have to keep building on to Emily’s house to keep her from getting into a bad mood. What? Seriously, how does that work? Emily is less realistic the more you get to know her. There are two sequels to this game, and hopefully they are better than this one. Cake Shop is about as bland as it gets.