The Peanut Butter Solution

Jif Peanut Butter can bring your trim back to black. Waaaaahat?

It’s true. This:


+ this:


= this: (me happy)
me happy

Here’s what you do: you get some peanut butter, paper towels, and tape to mask off your car. You rub peanut butter on a paper towel and rub it on your trim. Use the tape on the body of the car so peanut butter won’t get on it, and get the top of the trim as well. Then use the clean part of the paper towel to rub most of the peanut butter off the car. Use a towel to get the remainder of it off the trim. Repeat until you are done. Here are some photos of the results. Sadly, I didn’t take “before” picture, but I took photos of the car with part of it not finished.

This is a photo of the trim wrapping around the back of the car before I Jifed it:

This is a photo of the same pre-Jif trim piece, with a post-Jif piece on the right of the tire:


It’s kind of hard to tell from the photos, but it makes a huge difference. It took about an hour to do both trim pieces. Now I have to do the front and the back and it’ll be done. It works in a Jiffy! Sorry…


Bachelor Food of the Week 11/18-11/25:

Peanut Butter Crackers!


Premium Brand Saltines: $2-$3 at Safeway


Jif Creamy Peanut Butter: $3-$5 at Safeway



1. Take out 23 Saltines from one sleeve of the Premium box.

2. Spread a medium size amount of peanut butter on a cracker and cover said cracker with peanut butter on it with another cracker. This creates a sandwich like effect with the crackers and peanut butter.

3. Repeat 9 more times.

4. With the 3 crackers left, cover each individual one with peanut butter, and eat without covering it with another cracker.

This delicious meal MUST be eaten with the addition of a carbonated beverage, preferably Diet Pepsi. If not, it will ruin the whole peanut butter crackers experience.

If additional sustenance is required, I highly recommend Finding Nemo fruit snacks.