Monday, January 10, 2011

Monday report


It's normal to keep a half a can of Betty Crocker chocolate frosting in the freezer in case you need to make cupcakes for a church bake sale - cupcakes where you will not be identified as the maker, of course, because you would not want to put your name on a product adorned with bought frosting, eat the occasional spoonful, for industrial fats do not freeze, do they?, and then toss the can when you have that one spoonful that pushes you from still full from a Saturday morning omelette breakfast to sick to your stomach because omigosh, have you read those ingredients? And push the opened can to the bottom of the SimpleHuman engagement trash can so that when you change your mind about eating industrial fat chocolate frosting, it will be covered with the juice from the bacon burgers wrapper that it touched on the way down?

Normal, right?

3 comments:

MrScribbler said...

Industrial Fat Chocolate Frosting (that's probably "Frosting Product", by the way) covered with a fine garnish of bacon-burger drippings?

Lead me to it!

Oh, if the burger had a slice of Processed Cheese Food on it, that goes double....

Class factotum said...

Raw bacon burger juice? Ick!

BethanyC said...

Normal for me...