Wouldn’t it be cool if there really was a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow? And you could hunt it down, like with geotracking or whatever it’s called?
A pot of gold. I wonder how much it would be worth? I mean, gold must be worth tons these days. Otherwise why would all those people be having those parties where you rifle through your jewlery box and come away with money, like pirates or something?
If I had a pot of gold, I’d buy a new car. Or pay off my house. Or buy a unicorn.
Because a unicorn is way more stylish than a Jetta Sportwagon. In silver. Preferably with a sunroof. It’s definitely way more stylish than a Toyota Hylander.
I never used to think leprechauns were real. I always just figured they were made up, the stuff of stories and legends. Then I started reading books like Twilight and Sookie Stackhouse. And I learned that not only do vampires exist (although there is some debate over whether they explode in the sunlight or that’s just the glare from their sparkle) but so do werewolves. And dragons. And fairies.
So if leprechauns exist, then so must pots o’ gold, right? I really need to find me a leprechaun who can give me his gold. But that would probably necessitate me to go out in nature. Hmmm…
Maybe I’ll just buy a lotto ticket instead? Probably better odds.
I know pot o’ gold cupcakes aren’t new. They’ve been all over the place, and they are so super cute. But the other day I had some cupcakes. And I had some leftover green buttercream. So what’s a girl to do?
I dipped the cupcakes in chocolate, tops and bottoms. You have to let them dry on one side before doing the other.
Then I made gold. My own gold. But it won’t buy me a unicorn.
It will, however, buy me more time at the gym. I used gold color mist and Hershey’s Cookies ‘n Creme drops. You can use any sort of candy, like Trish did. And yes, it smells like spray paint. But it’s edible!
Then I flipped the cupcake upside down, frosted it, and topped it with gold.
Way easier than winning the lotto. Or catching a leprechaun.