With Continual Reference to Justin Kahn.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

I Should Have Had the Foresight to Find a Guest Blogger for Yesterday.

When I woke up yesterday morning, I knew it was going to be a good day. I knew that by getting up early I would have time to watch the boxed DVD set of the British office, and then eat lunch and most importantly write an amazing concept of irony post.

Little did I know that I would have a jar of olives that would change my life.

I was pretty happy to be eating colossal olives. It made me feel pretty good to think about how lucky I am to be able to afford colossal olives when a lot of people could only afford to buy regular sized olives. Not that I'm better than them. I just happen to work for my olives.

Anyway, I was having all of these happy thoughts when all of the sudden, I had the taste of blue cheese and realized that the blue cheese taste was in fact coming from inside the olives!

Someone liked me enough to put blue cheese--my favorite--inside of the olives!

Between eating the olives and going to Trader Joe's I just didn't have time to write a post. Sorry about that.

I probably should have had the foresight to find a guest blogger for today, but it does seem that I should write a post myself every so often if for no other reason than to prevent the copyright from transferring to the public domain.


Frank said...

Well, at least you had the foresight to photograph the jar before you ate the olives.

Miss Lippy said...

I myself experienced cheese-related good fortune the other day. As I opened the package I thought, "Ho hum, I do not feel like eating a whole slice." But then I discovered that some very nice Swiss people had put holes in it so it was just the right amount!

Justin said...

Miss Lippy,

The chese related gods must be smiling uponyou.

Justin said...

Yes, sir. I knew that third jar was photogenic,and I was momentarily able to restrain myself.


goldennib said...

This post is full of cheese.

maleah said...

Funny, I was just thinking this post was full of holes...

Anonymous said...

Holy Crap, those are big olives!

Justin said...

You should see them up close!

Justin said...

goldennib and maleah,
There are worse things to be full of.