I can’t wait for this earth-shattering fiesta


Nalley’s Potato Sauce, the mild and adequate condiment that will rev up your Every Third Monday Of The Month Is Mandatory With The Neighbors party. Add an exciting twist by serving one of their nine diverse flavors, like Clam and Potato, the 1970’s prerequisite Olive Pimento, Sour Butter, or Cat Radish (you can only say, “I’m sorry for running over your stupid cat, Johnson. Christ, that was two weeks ago, get off my ass already” so many times before the words lose their meaning and you have to start making gestures). Don’t expect the neighbors to be so put off by this pureed dook-in-a-bottle that they decide that the monthly ragers have run their course though. If the lard-n-jelly sandwiches you dished up last month didn’t do it, nothing will.



  1. Delle Taburk · March 29, 2015

    Where did you find this please (what publication)? Is it real? Thanks!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sinderella · March 30, 2015

      It’s real but I’m not sure what magazine it’s from. My friend shared it on Facebook. If I had to register a guess or two, I’d go for Good Housekeeping or Redbook or People.


      • Delle Taburk · March 30, 2015

        Thanks. So your friend like scanned it personally out of a magazine?

        Sorry for being nosey but we have a huge debate raging at my house over whether it’s really real. haha. The only web references I can find to “Nalley’s Potato Sauce” point back to this blog post!


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        • Sinderella · March 31, 2015

          Well geez, now I have to ask her! Hahaha! I’ll let you know as soon as she’s done with the “What have you got me into now?” hootin’ and hollerin’.


        • Sinderella · March 31, 2015

          Apparently she shared it from the Facebook page ‘Dangerous Minds.’ Sorry to leave you guys hanging!


  2. williamchasterson · March 30, 2015

    Reblogged this on William Chasterson.


  3. Delle Taburk · March 31, 2015

    Thanks a mill! Great blog btw 😀

    Liked by 1 person

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