Wheat Thins Stix: The Enemy of Spellcheck Cary June 8, 2011 Snacks 1 Comment Hmmm…about a year ago Eick sent me some food in the mail, and I made a promise I could not keep….at the time.Â I could give everyone a long-drawn-out excuse for my writing truancy…but… THE STIX BECKON. Shape and Texture: They are stix goddamn it.Â Like a thick cracker cut into some stix.Â Stix.Â Good god my spell check hates these stix. Flavor: The chipotle pepper stix weren’t so bad.Â They were spicy and a little bit salty, but the flavors were not bold enough for me. Cinnamon Kick: Yes, technically this is also a flavor, but it was so fugging awful that it deserved its own category.Â When you have a stick-type product that is covered in cinnamon, where does the mind travel?Â Perhaps to a frosting-type substance one could dunk said sticks in?Â I bit into this stix and spit it out.Â My wife actually gagged her mouthful into the sink.Â Salty and cinnamony, but kettle corn this is not.Â There should be a warning on this flavor that screams audibly from the box, “I’M FUCKING SALTY!!!Â I AM NOT A SUGARY TREAT.” Consensus: Ranked from 0 being awful and 10 being fantabulous, I give Wheat Thins Stix a long-awaited and full-hearted 4.Â In a market saturated with products that I can dunk into various dips, I just can’t help but feel that Wheat Thins Stix are rather redundant, and quite frankly, the Cinnamon Kick flavor tempted me to grade this product even lower. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Cary Latest posts by Cary (see all) Sadvertising: Arby’s, My Mood, and Hate Eating - August 13, 2012 Sadvertising: International Delight Iced Coffee Fail [Fail] - July 2, 2012 Sadvertising: Truvia and the Art of Song Selection - June 18, 2012 One Response Kim January 9th, 2012 You’ll probably say I have appallingly bad taste, but I’m sooo in love the the Cinnamon Kick. They’re so weird that I can’t get enough of them. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Current ye@r * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.