April 25, 2008

A Bee News Update

Sprittibee made a quick call from Kentucky this afternoon to share a couple of very interesting pieces of breaking news:

Yesterday, while dining at Chipotle, the Bee Family was very excited to discover that a new global-wide peace program has been implemented. It’s called Burritos for Peace*, and as you can see here, Chipotle burritos are bridging the gap amongst nations, factions, and other –tions around the world.

Do your part to support the Burritos for Peace Program* by heading to your nearest Chipotle (even if it is in another state – after all, isn’t worldwide peace worth a small road trip?).

Sven, the Stalwart anxiously awaits the burrito hand-off from Special Agent Stan in a gesture that top world leaders predict will eliminate current and potential future wars.trip2-chipotletoys

* completely fictional, made-up by little Lego men.

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Secondly, the Bees were excited to discover the answer to a long-hidden mystery. While its clandestine location has been well veiled for many years, they unearthed the Hills of Teletubbies. While taking in its splendor, they were confronted by members of the TeleGuard, with strong warnings to never reveal the aforementioned whereabouts, so as to prevent innumerable visitors from trampling the lush, green hill grass.

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Stay tuned for future Bees on the Road Updates.

3 comments:

maggie said...

so funny! I just about bought it and called my sister who loves Chipotle!

Dawn said...

Dianne, I really don't know how I'm supposed to top this post.

On another note, I've discovered that there is a Chipotle not too far from our church and we're going to eat lunch there tomorrow. It will be our FIRST time!

SeaBird said...

Hahaha! This is so funny!

 

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