Thursday, December 11, 2008

Two of the most important events to happen to me this semester



A While back I was introduced to what I can only assume is elementary school sack lunch as packed by a heavenly mother. This dissension of ambrosia came in the form of a chocolate brownie sliced in two with peanut butter spread between the two slices. Well I came home to Alpine for thanksgiving break and was taken to a hot new bakery in American Fork. It was called Flour Girls and Dough Boys. Anyway I went in skeptical and what did I find? A Deseret sandwich I could never refuse. What did Flour Girls and Dough Boys find? A customer for Life.
Secondly, I was given the oppurtunity to film a commercial in November. It was suppose to be released a couple of weeks ago but thanks to drunken frat initiation and girls getting hit by Utah State buses it was held back from being released so when people were asked, "Why not apply for Utah State?" There immediate answer wouldn't be, "Because I don't feel like being hit by a bus or dying of alcohol poisoning." So my "commercial" is now finally released via youtube. My question, Is this my fifteen minutes of fame? Because I felt like that happened when I was in the opening ceremonies and the olympic slide music video. Well enjoy, I am in three portions of the commercial. Funny thing is I'm not so sure I'm a fan of... Well never you mind.

6 comments:

Teresa said...

Jeff,
Wow, I want to apply again. You're the star. But about the bathroom thing... It's wrong on many levels.
Mom

Nathan said...

can i be your agent? let me know when kevin bacon is on campus

Jeff Denison said...

I will let you know about the agent and kevin bacon as they develop. Thank you for your interest. Funny I just had an urge to consume Mikado. Let's go!!

Lisa Johnson said...

Looking good, Denny! And you definitely need to mail me some of that brownie! I am drooling all over my keyboard. LOVE YA!

whitney joy said...

do elephants have good bladder control?

Jeff Denison said...

Not sure but, it makes for a good line