We believe that if our group enjoys funnoodles so much, our guests must like them as well. Anyway, they disappear at a shocking rate. On our trip in July we brought down 4 additional funnoodles, there were already 3 there. By the end of the trip we only had 4 left. They were disappearing before our eyes!
As funnoodles are part of our diabolical plan to keep guests returning to VT, we must now stock them. On our last trip down, we went to St John hardware to see if any were available. They had 3 in stock and we grabbed them and went back to VT. Doing the math I realized we needed another way to replenish our stock of the addictive water toy.
When we returned home I went online and ordered a case of them. For some reason we could not get a rational quote to ship them to VT. Now we have 12 funnoodles in Pennsylvania and need them in the VI. Breaking out a large suitcase I attempted to put as many in as possible. Pretty sure I heard "you are such a goof" in then background, but I managed to get get 8 of them in the suitcase before they started to fight back. Apparently my funnoodles have heard about the black hole of funnoodledom and want no part of it.
Now I just have to hope that the TSA does not open the suitcase. Picture this.....suitcase rolls through X-ray machine. Hey, it looks like this guy has a bunch of boa constrictors in there. Opens the case....KABLAM!!! Just like a snake in a can, exploding funnoodles run for safety. Somehow I don't think the kind agent will take the time to get them all back. Fortunately there are no Jumbies in Pennsylvania.....we hope.
If you fly through the Newark airport next Saturday and see a tall man in handcuffs surrounded by annoyed TSA agents and funnoodles just wave.