A Slice of Life is an animated short, brought to us by Terry Border of Bent Objects. It follows the touching story of a lonely and well peanut-buttered slice of bread, in search of its better half. Warning, that there is some rather racy bread-on-bread love. Enjoy.
The Nutropolitan Museum of Art will pop-up at Openhouse Gallery in Greenwich Village, March 4 and 5 from 10 A.M. to 6 P.M., and March 6 until 4 P.M. Not only is this a free event, but attendees will receive a complimentary jar of peanut butter. A second jar will then be donated to the Food Bank in your honor.
Since it unfortunately still exists, Goober Grape is technically not ephemera. But since it is a memory that has been voluntarily suppressed by most people, we’ll suspend disbelief and pretend that the lazy man’s PB & J hasn’t inexplicably survived for four decades.
Introduced by Smucker’s in 1968, Goober Grape is an evil little product that caters to those who may only own one knife, by placing peanut butter and jelly in the same jar. The result is what you might expect — a horrifying presentation of vertical beige and purple stripes, and the flavor of a big pile of suck.
And of course, there is a Facebook Fan page. Does anyone else have parents who tortured them with this?