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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Things that make me wonder...

As I was searching the tunnels of my mind for a blog post today I began to wonder.  Wondering takes you down many a rabbit hole.  So today's post is a little bit random but please stick with me here.

  • MEATLOAF:  Let me start by saying I eat very little meat.  VERY LITTLE MEAT.  For some reason, my MIL was perplexed by my refusal to eat meatloaf.  Seriously?  She has known me for nearly 20 years.
  • BELCHING:  Why is it okay for some women to belch like truckers in front of my husband?  Really?  I can honestly say that I would never do that in front of their husband.
  • GRANDPARENTS DAY:  Who made up this holiday?
  • UNHAPPY WAITRESSES:  If your income is based, in part, on your attitude, wouldn't you want to have a positive attitude.
  • BBQ RIB SANDWICHES.  Did you know that some BBQ sauce contains Worcestershire sauce which contains Anchovy paste which means it cannot be served to students with seafood allergies.
Okay...this is all very stupid.

I promise a better post tomorrow.

3 random thoughts:

Steven Anthony said...

Yes, but will u belch in front of your own hubby? lol

Kristie Maynard said...

Very interesting post. sometimes we do just need to wonder. Hmmmmm, interesting about the anchovy paste, I have an allergy to seafood, but only to shellfish, maybe that's why I've never had a problem.
And I too, wonder this about some waitresses!

septembermom said...

Belching etiquette. Now that's an informative post topic :) LOL. Now you got me wondering about all those unhappy waitresses. Seeing how customers can be, I can easily see myself not being too perky some days in that role.

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