Original Rangoon company – iPod Touch Winners Announced

March 1, 2009 at 11:52 am (Uncategorized)

iPod Touch Winners

iPod Touch

February 13th, 2009 was National Crab Rangoon Day. Hundreds of you sent your most creative pictures or videos incorporating an Original Rangoon Crab Rangoon box.

The three most creative entries as determined by the Original Rangoon Company have won an APPLE IPOD TOUCH 16GB. And the winners are…

Winner #1

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Winner #2

Contest Winner #2

Winner #3

Contest Winner #3

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What everyone was saying about last year…

February 13, 2009 at 11:36 am (Uncategorized)

  • Consider me hangin’ out with my rang out.
  • I can put you in beach house, right on the edge of Costa Rica. Put one of them little flowers in your hair have you lookin like a fly mamacita — rang-o.
  • Rang Rang on the door baby Rang Rang.
  • Can I brang anything?
  • Every time I come around your city, Rang Rang
  • Crab Ran Goonies Never Say Die!!!…………….Because it’s their rangoons. Their rangoons! Up there! Down here, it’s our rangoons. It’s our rangoons down here. That’s all over the second we ride up Troy’s bucket.
  • we can dance, we can dance, everybody look at your rangs
  • She rang, she rang…oh baby when she moves, she moves
  • you’ve gotta let me know, are we rangoons or are we dumplings?
  • I get it in ’til the sun rise…going 90 in a 65…windows rolled down… screamin’.. “ah..hey ey…ey…I’m so Rang”
  • how do you talk to a rangoon? how do you hold her close to where you are?
  • I ate 99 Rangs but I still ain’t won…. If you having lactard problems I feel bad for you son…. I ate 99 Rangs but I still ain’t done….hit me
  • this is not good for my biggest loser competition, but what the rang, count me in
  • oh hot dang… this is my rang… keep me partyin until the A.M… y’all don’t understand… make me throw my rang in the ayer… ayer… ayer
  • say my rang, say my rang….. when no one is around you, say rangoon I love you.
  • ationalney abcrey angoonrey aydey – a innerwey
  • I am a Rangaholic Rex. Sometimes I fill my bathtubs with rang cheese and get inside…I pretend like I am trapped in a giant rang and try to eat my way out!
  • Can’t wait to rang chung!!
  • I feel the adrenaline movin’ through my RANGS. Spotlight on me and I’m ready to eat.
  • Let it Rang Let it Rang Let it Rang
  • I just met a 5 foot 7 Rang who’s just my type
  • Rang dang dong, rang-gading rang rang dong…Keep their headz Rangin’
  • If you like then you shoulda put a Rang on it
  • My Rang shake brings all the boys to the yard
  • YES YES YES YES

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Crab Rangoon Day in the Wall Street Journal

February 13, 2009 at 7:46 am (Uncategorized)

Send Me No Flowers

A Valentine’s Day resistance movement – with a line of cards.

By JENNIFER GRAHAM

Behold Cupid, the dimpled cherub of yore: a pink-cheeked, golden-curled purveyor of love, affection and heart-shaped Whitman’s Samplers. He’s everywhere this month — and, suddenly, so are people who want to wing him.

[Taste]
Grant Robertson

“Cupid,” reads an e-card from American Greetings. “For years, he’s been a pain in your rear end. Now it’s time to return the favor.” Recipients can shoot arrows at Cupid’s backside.

The interactive card is among American Greetings’ anti-Valentine’s Day collection, an ironic offering from an industry that profits greatly from Feb. 14. Even in a cautious economy, the National Retail Federation expects consumers to spend more than $14 billion this year on Valentine cards, meals and gifts. Valentine’s Day trails only Christmas in card sending, and it is the busiest holiday for the U.S. florist industry, which expects a quarter of adults to buy flowers this week.

But there’s increasing grumbling about Valentine’s Day, a vaguely defined occasion that forces people, at arrow-point, to declare their deepest emotions, and maybe even to manufacture some that aren’t there….

In Boston, three friends — Kara Sweeney, Sarah White and Kristin Ostrem — decided to discard Valentine’s Day for something they really cared about: the deep-fried dumplings known as crab rangoons. They declared Feb. 13 to be National Crab Rangoon Day and organized celebrations this year in Boston, New York and Vail, Colo. Crab rangoons do not yet outsell conversation hearts, but they’re hoping.

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