Ballpark – Men. Easier Fed Than Understood Finale {giveaway!}

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Over the course of the last six weeks I have talked often about how Ball Park franks fit into our lives. We all know that men can be difficult to understand. Understanding them is much more difficult than feeding them since most men aren’t picky eaters. My husband and sons enjoy Ball Park franks and I’ve even found some great recipes that make them even more appetizing.

Ball Park franks are available in many different varieties including angus franks, beef franks, turkey franks and healthier for you franks. We prefer the bun length beef franks because they taste so good and they are made with 100% real beef.

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Today Ball Park is sponsoring a giveaway where one winner will win 3 coupons for a package of FREE Ball Park franks (any variety). US readers only.

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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.  Ball Park product and additional incentives were provided to me.  All opinions stated are my own.

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  1. Claudia says:

    With picky eaters at home I asked them what they would like for me to cook,

  2. Janet F says:

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  3. Wanda McHenry says:

    My hubby loves whatever I make….wait he won’t eat stuffed cabbage or brussel sprouts so I do make them for myself, otherwise everything goes pretty easy here :).

  4. I know what Scott loves to eat and can always fix a meal that will please him. I seldom know what’s on his mind or what he’s thinking ヅ *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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  5. Edith says:

    He’s happy as long as I feed him and that’s all I care to understand.

  6. Dottie Prater says:

    Having 1 son,2 stepsons, a husband, and 47 male fosters throughout my life, it is infinitely easier to feed them than to understand them. I think I gave up trying to ages ago. I do know that whatever was wrong, generally could be made better with a special meal. THANK GOODNESS!!

  7. Janet F says:

    If I cook something my husbands likes he is happy.

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  8. Stacey B says:

    It applies to us as i’d rather try to cook something i know he’d like than try to understand him, any night of the week!

  9. ellen says:

    My husband will eat anything I make because if he doesnt he has to cook for himself and all he can make are eggs!

  10. Donna L says:

    My family will eat anything I make. They are not picky. I will sometime take requests. LOL

  11. Ron Miller says:

    You’ve heard of the 5 second rule, I’ve ate dropped ball park franks, well actually they rolled off the BBQ, to the ground, that were there far longer then 5 secs

  12. Sheila K. says:

    Family members always eat what I make for them (and issue compliments) because they are horrified and dismayed by the prospect of having to create food for themselves!

  13. Oh my goodness – it applies to my 2 kids like you wouldn’t (well, probably would) believe! They are so much happier when they are fed!
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  14. K Anne says:

    I find that philosophy works for me before I feed them. They are more likely to do what I want to do if they are hungry and I promise to feed them! ;o)