Pepperidge Farm has been making Goldfish Crackers since the founder got the idea from Switzerland in 1962. These days, just being a cheesy cracker isn’t enough. You gotta have flavors, as well as flava:
As you can see, the latest incarnation of the mascot is fond of sunglasses. He’s also fond of having a name: Finn. In fact, there are many characters in the commercials, which is weird, since it’s mostly geared at kids (I presume), and the kids eat them. Hrm.
What’s weird is I don’t eat Goldfish Crackers of any variety. And I’ve never seen any commercials. But last night I had a dream in which Finn changed his look to this:
DREAM INGREDIENTS: Five tall Coors Light drafts, one turkey and cheese Lunchable (can Lunchables be singular?), and a peanut butter-covered bagel.