Another short post because Y is the dark abyss of ologies.
However, I did find this--
A yucky Y_ology word
well not really yucky
Yogurtology is not a field of study. It is however, a chain store that sells frozen yogurt and ice cream and is apparently the "bees-knees." They also claim to be the art and science of frozen yogurt (source). They're located in many different parts of the U.S. but unfortunately, I've never come across one. However, I may have to wander in if I come across a Yogurtology shop while on vacation. Oh about that, I'm on vacation. Yep. This is a pre-scheduled post (hopefully I didn't mess it up) and if everything is going according to plan (which rarely happens), I should either be on a beach towel in front of the Gulf of Mexico, or standing in some sort of crazy long line with my kids at Disney World.
|Um, that really won't be necessary. I just came here for ice cream (o_O).|
(source: Yogurtology fb page)
Anyone bare to eat at Yogurtology? Sounds like it sure would hit the spot. What spot I have no idea. In fact, I have no idea what the hell I'm saying anymore . . . "slqkmfjei? mqfj2eio kdjsq*ù!"
Thanks for stopping in everyone. Only one more day left!
Hope you're having a wonderful vacation!ReplyDelete
Second Drecker just relax and know your post was a success. Aw, hope you were sweet on that cashier El.ReplyDelete
Those last letters of the alphabet are difficult ones. Hope you are enjoying your holiday.ReplyDelete
You just enjoy your beach! Good time to come - the South has baked to extra high humid levels yet.ReplyDelete
And I've never heard of that chain.
I could go for some frozen yogurt.ReplyDelete
Never heard of Yogurtology. TCBY, yes. Yogurtology, no.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous holiday!!
I will look out for Yogurtology when I am in the US in September. I wrote about yoghurt today too.ReplyDelete
JO ON FOOD, MY TRAVELS AND A SCENT OF CHOCOLATE
Never have or will eat there, even if it is the bees knees, the mutts nuts or the cat's meow lolReplyDelete
I've never seen a Yogurtology store, but maybe they are an East Coast thing? Have a wonderful vacation!ReplyDelete
Funny about the "bare." It's also funny that I don't like yogurt -- it upsets my stomach -- but I adore frozen yogurt, which doesn't upset my stomach at all. Huh.ReplyDelete
I've seen one of these, at an airport of all places, so maybe you'll run across one on your vacation! Have a wonderful time!ReplyDelete
I've never heard of such a place..sounds like a TCBY (The Country's Best Yogurt) and I haven't seen one of those around in a while, either.ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a great vacation and that the sun's shining for you down here in Florida :)
New word for old food! Love both.ReplyDelete
We have lots of these kinds of places in the UK but they all have awful names lol!ReplyDelete
Nathan For You http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=NO8V72pDw1oReplyDelete
Are you getting the sense that I watch a lot of t.v. and YouTube clips? You should like this one Elise.
I like yogurt. When we lived in California there was several cool shops with a selection of frozen yogurt. Yum.ReplyDelete
Sia McKye OVER COFFEE
That handwritten sign made me laugh. Poor Katy, is she bare? Brr...I hope she's not cold!ReplyDelete
Ah yes, yogurt, nothing like a bit of culture. A nightmare in regards to yogurt in Britain. It's spelt yoghurt and yogurt. How the heck the "h" got in there, I'll never know.
Hope you are having fun on your vacation.
We're almost done, Elise! Whew!ReplyDelete
I found a mind-blowing flavor of frozen yogurt the other day at the Orange Leaf: Iced Cinnamon Bun. Never heard of Yogurtology.ReplyDelete
Hey, I love my yoghurt!!ReplyDelete
cool... uh, cold ;)ReplyDelete
we also have 'you-know-it-all-ogy', or close to it :D