Since I’ve been sharing some this week about my guys, Beer Dip and their love of all things football and game day food, I thought it would be a perfect opportunity to announce the new campaign I am privileged to share.
When I saw the title, “Men, Easier Fed Than Understood,” I was all over it. If there’s anyone that can connect to that theme, it’s this mom of three high school boys who feels as if most of my time is centered around filling stomachs of multiple children.
My two oldest sons have a group of guys they hang around that they’ve nicknamed their “Bros.” When ever they plan a large chunk of time together, it never fails that I see one of their Facebook updates mentioning something about hanging with their Bro’s and their “Bromance” time. When I first eyed that odd term, I stalked the source (our eldest) and he explained it’s their crazy way of describing their guy time. The mystery of what they do during that time, I may never understand, but I know that if I feed them well, they will come. We don’t have any kind of man cave yet, but I want them to hang out at our house, so we’re working on fixing that up this year. Now, my focus is on having “guy time” food stocked, and Ball Park has helped more times than I can count in that aspect.
There’s something about being able to have my sons whip up hotdogs at any given second and know that it makes them happy.
Ball Park has a crazy amount of choices. Have you looked at the hot dog aisle lately? I love the variety, including Lower Fat options, White Turkey Franks, but I’m especially thrilled that they now offer the Ball Park Deli Style 100% Beef Franks that have no by-products or artificial flavors, which is important to me.
Last time our local grocer had Ball Park on sale, I was able to combine them with a great coupon and stock up.
Snag this coupon now before it reaches its print limit. $1 off/2 Ball Park Franks coupon for any Ball Park Franks product.
I had to share this commercial. It cracks me up since I hear the 99.9% sure thing WAY to often in my house. Yes, 99% sure still mean you don’t know, for sure. 🙂
Do you deal with any crazy guy things in your home or is it only me?
(This post brought to you by Ball Park. The hundreds of packages I have purchased in the past: all me. ;))
I have to say that when my boys were young we finished off the basement and stocked up the college size fridge with pop and chips and lots of hotdogs, and they came. I knew where my kids were and what they were doing. I still have a great relationship with the “bros” that came over. I always say know your kids friends and know your kids friends parents!
I need that poster!! We also have 3 teenage boys and I’m so glad that their friends want to hang out here. We just bought a ping pong table that we’ll put in the garage – after we build a garden shed and clean it out. I think food and a welcoming attitude naturally brings the kids around. Off to print some of those coupons.
When my son lived at home our house was the place to be…well actually still is…in fact he and a friend joined us for dinner last night! The guys can defintely eat you out of house and home for sure. I have been here often and have recently started a diy site at http://www.dreamsonadollar.com I also have a foodie site at bestfoodies.com. Hope you don’t mind I listed you on my blogroll at the home site….
You’re definitely not the only one.. I have a 22 year old step son & m’honey to contend with these days. Admittedly, they were outnumbered when our 3 of 4 girls still lived at home, so I guess they think its fair turnaround..
I totally agree with that poster.. 😉
Um, the coupon is for $1/2…not $1/1.