Social Media Helps Blogger Find Love

Kansas City, MO. When Kansas City’s most famous beer blogger Bull E.Vard was standing in the middle of the cavernous Twin Cities IKEA updating his Facebook with the message about tasting “smoked roe cheese spread” he didn’t know he was texting the beginning of a love story. “I just felt like I needed to share the news with the world”, said Mr. Vard during the phone interview, “I am a big believer in the social media and this was something I wanted all my readers to know”. Another Kansas City blogger meesha.v was on the verge of giving up hope of finding love. After a few short affairs with the salmon-flavored cream-cheese and onion dip he almost resolved to live out the rest of his life without finding the someone he could love. She had to be cheesy, but not overly so, with complex slightly fishy taste; looks mattered too. When he read Bull’s message:

I sampled a surprisingly good smoked roe cheese spread. I may bring home a tube of it.

he immediately knew that this could be the one. Being Swedish was a definite plus. He asked Bull E.Vard to pick up a few and waited impatiently.
Last Friday under the H&R Bloch clock tower they were finally reunited. “I slept only 3 hours in the past three days” said excited m.v., “but it was totally worth the wait”. It was love at the first sight. Co-workers and friends noticed immediate change in m.v. “He used to be so sad and now there is a twinkle in the back of his eye” said one anonymous tipster. m.v. is not sure about his plans for the future, but one thing is clear: social media takes matchmaking to the whole new level. “This made a believer out of me” said m.v. “it sure did”
In real life it was even more exciting than in this press release. When Bull E.Vard delivered two tubes of Kalles Kaviar I immediately knew I should have ordered a case because that’s all I am going to eat for the rest of my life. Well, that and the delicious lingonberry preserves he was also kind enough to buy for me.

I didn’t think that anything but the real bread is worthy of the Kaviar, so I baked one.

Then I couldn’t stand the wait any longer:

First, I squeezed the tube:

Then, gently spread it on the bread:

Then, oooooo…ooooooo,mmmmm, there was nothing left. I needed a kleenex napkin. Must be the delicious taste of that “rapeseed oil” and “oeufs de poisson fumes”

  • Fishy Person

    You are so funny. Very impressed you waited the 20+ hours it takes to bake the bread to go with the spread. Do you also like taramasalata? I was hooked on that for a while.

  • midtown miscreant

    Im glad you found true love, i’m just sad it was in the form of cheese and fish egg toothpaste.

  • Uhm glad you like it, but don’t go thinking you can feed that to my Dad to get him to work on your home on his next trip. He’s more adventurous than Mom, but has his limits.

  • I travel for JOOLS

    I went to a caviar bar in Las Vegas on the company’s dime. Anything and everything I wanted free. Disgusting. All of it. Never again.