A (surprisingly food-heavy) roundup of second-rate thoughts from a first-rate week.
The burritos at the gas station proudly claim to be “Hand-Rolled.” Yeah, that’s not really upping the appeal for me.
I stood outside, bewildered and sad.
Is there a gas pump left in America where we can just pay at the pump and be about our business? They are still at it:
I understand that you're not supposed to cry over spilled milk. But what about when you trudge out to the store in the early morning subzero wind chills to buy milk, and then trudge back home with milk, and then five minutes after you bring milk into the homestead . . .
Just learned that kettle cooked chips are lower in fat than regular chips! Which begs the obvious question: where can one buy a box of kettle cooked donuts? #HealthNut #ThatWasPrettyLame Previously, on the Health Nut Chronicles: Health Nut Chronicles - 1 Health Nut Chronicles - 2Health Nut Chronicles - 3 Health Nut Chronicles - 4 Health Nut Chronicles - 5
Sometimes, I think I'm splurging by buying raw almonds. . .
I truly love that people focus on healthy living and eating. But it seems that every health article I've ever read . .
When you find yourself scheduling meetings around which conference room has the snack basket . .
When I go to Aldi, I never get a cart. It’s like camping . . .
". . .because a chart there is!”
“The Y is like a museum of the aging process.”
". . . the future St. Pete knew the importance of a good nap!"
”It was a day . . .when I knew nothing was sacred.”
I'm convinced the CEO of Taco Bell called an all-hands meeting late last year and declared that 2018 was going to be the year that Taco Bell would fulfill its secret mission of crushing the human spirit. After this bold declaration, he opened up the floor for ideas on how they might accomplish this. From … Continue reading The Double-Edged Spork