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A reader recently commented on my last post about Amazon Prime. The post where I admitted to buying a year’s worth of Skittles.

Because I could.

The reader tells me that her husband also got pulled in by Amazon. He bought 18 pounds of jelly beans. 18 pounds!!! To put that in perspective, I did some math for you. I bought 8.1 pounds of Skittles.

I’ve decided to heed advice and form a support group.

I was having trouble deciding what type of group was needed. Were we people with candy addictions? Zombie Apocalypse nuts who couldn’t resist buying in bulk, because even candy will be needed at the end? Internet shoppers who couldn’t resist the free shipping that comes along with our Prime membership? Then I stumbled onto the perfect group to start.

Analyzer’s Anonymous.

You can spell Analyzers with an s or a z, according to a dictionary. After a careful analysis I decided that spelling it with a z lent a much more sophisticated feel to my group. And this analyzation of spelling is why my group is so appropriately named.

We accept all members with any problem they’d like to keep anonymous about. Candy eaters, Amazon addicts, people who like too much cheese, and anyone running on too little sleep. Pretty much everyone is welcome.

Check out my Facebook page @ShankYouHeather and @ShankYouDesigns

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