I worked from home today so I had the impossible task of looking for something to eat in my own kitchen. ...wtf? This is like getting blood from a stone.
My depressing lunch consisted of- wait for it.... a baked potato. -That I didn't even cook long enough so it was slightly crunchy. And despite the pounds of cheese/ butter/ salt/ pepper I dumped on top, it tasted like shaz. My suicidal potato was the worst meal ever and ruined my life.
I ended up throwing half of it away (The potato half, that is. Obviously the cheese was still totally edible.) and a couple hours later treated myself to my latest midday obsession: Butter pecan ice cream. Mmmm, I've had this treat almost every day for the past 2 weeks and the honeymoon is far from over with this dairy delight.
After all these sad foods, I was desperate for a dinner I could totally pig out on. Keith ended up bringing home Mcdizzle and eventhough it wasn't really that great, I didn't complain. I couldn't complain because I was busy inhaling my quarter pounder value meal.
So that was it for my day. Less than riviting, I know. But I'm hoping to have some more interesting lunches coming up in the next few days. Hint: I will have my first lunch guest! Exciting, isn't it?!?! I know, I'm the only one who's excited. I don't care.
...Time for some other nonsense...
Has anyone seen this show called Minute to Win It? Keith and I just watched it for the first time and it was total shit. Why is it that they always cast the most annoying assclowns to be contestants on every game show these days? Maybe it was the quarter pounder talking, but Keith and I ended up cheering on the contestant to actually hurt herself instead of to complete the task. Keith even said, "I wish she would twist her ankle." The saving grace of tonight's episode was a challenge called Bobblehead where the contestant had to clock over 125 motions on a pedometer that's placed around her head. I don't even want to link you to the M2WI website because then I would be racked with guilt for leading you to such garbage. However, I will lead you to a youtube of somebody demonstrating it in the comforts of their own home.
You can thank me later for that one.