cinnamilk: The remaining sugary deliciousness in your bowl of cereal after the cinnamon toast crunch is gone. Essentially a suspension of milk, sucrose, and awesome.
Rather than pour more cereal into the bowl, he drank the cinnamilk.
I read. No, I don't think you get it. I read a lot. I have read 6 books since the new year. My husband says to his friends, "To keep her happy, I don't have to buy her diamonds. I just have to keep her in books and music." Wiser words were never spoken.
Last year, at my daughter's high school a book called "Stupid and Contagious." was making the rounds. I had already read it months before a bunch of uber-smart, uber-hip teenagers started reading it. Does that make me a trend-setter, a cool mom, or a mom with an arrested developmental reading disorder? Don't answer.
The author of "Stupid and Contagious" is Caprice Crane. Get this: Caprice is the daughter of Tina Louise, Ginger from Gilligan Island. Even though this isn't at all true, I'd like to believe Caprice's dad is Thurston Howell the Third. Since I have read this book, two years ago, I cannot get this image out of my head. Sick, I know.
Back to the point of this blog. The male character, Brady, has an invention for cinnamilk. (see above definition) He tries to sell it to Starbucks, hilarity ensues. (read the book)
I totally got it and wanted to try cinnamilk. So did Katie, sous chef one. If you read this blog and stuck with it, well I get the feeling you might just get the whole cinnamilk thing too. This is the closest approximate order at Starbucks, but I'm warning you it's extremely rich. I can't even finish a tall.
Order a cinnamon dolce cream base frappuccino. Yummy cinnamilk!