Sunday, July 25, 2010

I'm back!!

Here I am! I didn't abandon you.
Not permanently, anyway.

I had a nice time with my family and am currently full of nachos.

Things I would like to say to various people and things I saw over the past four days:

1. To the lady who rode her bike right out into traffic without even LOOKING to see if any cars were around: You're very lucky you didn't get hit. Pay attention.

2. To the Chinese buffet where I ate on Friday: Your food is not all that great. But this pales in comparison to how dirty your bathroom was. I shudder to think of how dirty the kitchen must be.

3. To my cats: Thank you for not completely destroying the house while I was gone.

4. Also to my cats: Is that smell what I think it is?

5. To the "Family Restaurant" where I ate on Saturday: That was NOT a chimichanga. That was a wet burrito. Chimichangas are fried. Crispy. Trust me on this. That was a burrito in a soft flour tortilla. AND it wasn't very good either.

6. To the weekend traffic in large cities: You're trying to kill us all, aren't you?

7. To the Mexican place where I ate on Sunday: YES. That was awesome. Even if the salsa was so wussy that someone could rub it on a paper cut and not feel a thing.

8. It's good to be back. :)
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6 comments:

Subby said...

1. Ya think?
2. eeeeewwwwwwww...!
3&4. What? no Fresh Step?
5. Sad
6. You shuold try drivin' in Boston or NYC; just sayin' (tho' NYC is better...really )
7. Ya gotta have heat. I mean, what's th' point w/o it?
8.Welcome back! I've not been round meself but...
9. commenting on your comment over @ VE's...try th' strawberry creme filled twinkies...limited edition, of course :P

unfinishedperson.com said...

Glad you're back. I can breathe again...even though I don't comment here much and you're probably rolling your eyes, "Who the hell is this dude?" :)

MikeWJ at Too Many Mornings said...

Is there anything worse than bad Mexican food?

Out of curiousity, is there a connection between having a nice time with your family and being full of nachos? Does your family run the nachos concession at the local baseball stadium, or own a 7-Eleven?

Janna said...

Subby: I agree completely on #7. And I am genuinely intrigued by #9.

unfinishedperson.com: Wow! A lurker! Thank you for commenting! :) And thanks for caring whether I came back or not. :)

MikeWJ: LOL! I was hoping someone would ask that. No, I guess there's no connection, other than the fact that we all went out for Mexican food that night, and I ordered nachos. :) Pretty tasty, even if the salsa was too mild.

Subby said...

Janna, I'll be shoppin' this morn and let ya know, heh...Limited Edition foods, sheesh! But of course, one has to try 'em, wot?

Janna said...

Subby: "Limited Edition" is code language. It means "If Janna ends up liking them, we'll make sure she never, ever sees them again."