I woke up in the morning and felt overly ambitious, so thought I'd boil some eggs. Half a carton in the pan and 25 minutes later, I smelled some weird sulfur smell that was strange to me because I don't have a barbecue pit nor do I live in a sewer. As I approached the kitchen, which I try to avoid at all costs, I found a surprisingly elegant display of ziggedly lines and swirls that were perhaps caused by water being boiled into oblivion! (This is what it is like to have ADD!)
I went to the store and bought a giant shiny pan, in hopes of concocting large quantities of food to escape the daily torture of cooking. I threw in a dozen eggs and stirred like a seasoned Suzy Homemaker. Five minutes later after transport from the pan, I looked inside and found colorful forever-embedded residue... caused by frying food in a contraption meant only for steaming. This is what it is like to have ADD!
Last time I wrote about my $10 coffee but I’m starting to think my cost is much higher!
Today I drove to the coffee shop to pay a pretty penny for a “simple” cup of coffee.
Step 1: Put over-priced California gas in car. Price: too much!
Step 2: Drive down congested Los Angeles highway dodging moronic maniacs. Price: 2 years off my life dealing with idiots!
Step 3: Pull into parking lot and pay $3 parking fee (on a freakin’ weekend!). Price: $3 too much!
Step 4: Enter coffee shop and stand in line waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too long! Price: 2 more years off my life!
Step 5: Order coffee using my $30 travel mug I bought at Target. Price: $30 too much! (because stingy coffee shop rarely gives me travel mug discount!)
Step 6: Sit down with caustic cup of coffee: Price: 5 more years off my life (because it’s poisonous bean water)!