Thursday Thirteen! – Paige Tyler – New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

Thursday Thirteen!

Thirteen Things to do with Leftover Fruitcake!

1. Use it as a doorstop

2. Use it as a speedbump

3. Use it as a form of compost

4. Use it for target practice

5. Use it as an anchor

6. Play football with it

7. Put it under the bed to keep monsters away

8. Slice it and use it to re-sole worn out boots

9. Paint it red and use it as a brick

10. Use it in place of a barbell when you lift weights

11. Eat it, or not

12. Use it as the annual fruitcake toss in Manitou Springs

13. Wrap it and re-gift it next Christmas!

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20 comments
Stephanie Bennett says January 6, 2011

Believe it or not, I have NEVER eaten fruitcake. LOL Happy Thursday, Paige!

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paigetyl says January 6, 2011

Stephanie – Really?! It's kinda icky. LOL!

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Paige

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Xakara says January 6, 2011

I've never actually seen a fruitcake in person. It's like the christmas boogie man that everyone talks about but I've only seen on television…like bigfoot. But he's totally real *grin*

Happy TT,

~Xakara
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paigetyl says January 6, 2011

Xakara – LOL! They're as icky looking as they taste! I don't know who cmae up with the idea!

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Paige

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Darla M Sands says January 6, 2011

Hilarious! I like the target practice option.

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paigetyl says January 6, 2011

Darla – I thought that was funny, too! LOL!

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Paige

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Alice Audrey says January 6, 2011

Tsk. Put enough brandy on it and there wont be any left over.

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paigetyl says January 6, 2011

AliceAudrey – LOL! You're probably right!

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Paige

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Shelley Munro says January 6, 2011

I'm not fond of fruitcake. These days I never make them so I don't have any left over. Simple! *grin*

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Heather says January 6, 2011

ROFLMBO… Love it! Happy New Year!

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Kimberly Menozzi says January 6, 2011

I think the doorstop one is the most likely. LOL!

Happy TT!

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Maddy Barone says January 6, 2011

Funny! I haven't seen an actual fruitcake since my gramma died.

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Savannah Chase says January 6, 2011

Yeah I would toss it..Tried it this year for the first time and it was nasty…

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Jennifer Leeland says January 6, 2011

Does it decompose for compost? Are you SURE?
Actually, my father in law makes an AWESOME fruitcake. I love it.

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paigetyl says January 7, 2011

Shelley – Us, either. I don't think I've even had it since I was a kind, and I didn't like it then. LOL!

Heather – You, too!

Kimberly – It'd probably work great for that!

Maddy – I'm not fond of it!

Savannah – It's gross, isn't it?!

Jennifer – I have no idea! I saw it on a website somewhere! LOL!

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Paige

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paigetyl says January 7, 2011

Shelley – Us, either. I don't think I've even had it since I was a kind, and I didn't like it then. LOL!

Heather – You, too!

Kimberly – It'd probably work great for that!

Maddy – I'm not fond of it!

Savannah – It's gross, isn't it?!

Jennifer – I have no idea! I saw it on a website somewhere! LOL!

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Paige

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ksmanning says January 7, 2011

Totally love the suggestions!!! I think I might use some…lol.

Happy T13!

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paigetyl says January 7, 2011

KS – Let me know how they work! LOL!

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Paige

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Bratty says January 7, 2011

#8 cracks me up. Of course, if nuclear winter ever occurs, we'll all be eating fruitcake since it lasts forever!

I think you could use that in a story…..

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paigetyl says January 7, 2011

Bratty – LOL!

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Paige

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