As many Indoobians know, I’m known to be pretty lazy when it comes to the taking and posting of pictures specifically for purposes of sharing with the Workforce. Nevertheless, I did a few snaps today (literally minutes ago) and will share them. Some include Christmas presents, others… well… you’ll see.
Here we see the first of three T-shirts I requested. I sometimes still wonder if this shirt really applies to me, but why not? I like it because my year of birth is 1986… so… yeah.
Most people that know me personal and have seen me on the street, might say “Hey, that’s one of the brightest shirts I’ve seen in his collection, other than white of course.” Okay, maybe they wouldn’t say that word for word, but this is a new bright color for me, and according to my sister, this was the only color available. No problem, I wanted this shirt bad enough, and yes, I love this movie!
I didn’t think I was going to get this shirt, but fortunately my sister shares my sense of humor. And I told them all I’d wear it to church that Sunday, and I did! Well, no one noticed since I had a button up over it, but I stuck to my word and people who read it love it. Plus, who else can say they have poop on their shirt and be excited about it?
What an interesting next shirt to debut… but this is from my mother and one of the few long sleeve T-shirts I have. I’ve never been a fan, but I like this one. This is actually the back of the shirt and it’s quoting Joshua 1:9 “Be Strong and courageous for the Lord your God is with you.” I want to say the symbols are Chinese, but I can’t be sure. The left one means strength, the right means courage.
This was my last gift given to me, today actually, from my Dearest Insta-friend of… how long has it been? Over 5 years maybe? The “insta-friend” part I’ll explain another day, but the reason for numbering the years is important to what this is a picture of. You see, my friend boasted about these delicious apple muffins she would make back in high school, but I never got to taste them. So after all these years, about 5, she finally made me a batch. She made 6, there are 2 left, and I was nice enough to share with my parents. This is one reason why I decided to take the pictures because there wouldn’t be any left and I know the picture doesn’t do the muffin justice, but trust me, it’s delicious. And I enjoy sliding that box out like it’s some luxury food item. Don’t mind the other things you see in the picture, especially the cookie tower.
Here’s a look at my TV I bought myself last year for Christmas (I think). Anyway, it’s showing season 5 of Seinfeld, which my other dearest friend whom I call Kitten bought me. She also bought me the Scene It: Seinfeld edition, which I have yet to play. I don’t have anyone around here to play with, but now that I think of it, I might be able to play with my siblings, or wait until I can group up with Seinfeld fans that I know. Either way, I can’t wait.
This is from “The Lip Reader” episode. My TV is definitely not big, but it was affordable and suits my needs. Plus it’s thin and widescreen. Very nice.
My gift to myself this year. Due to the movie coming out next year (and rave reviews I hear about it anyway) I decided to up my geek points and buy it. It arrived Christmas Eve and I read it in three days. But you knew that already. As for the movie… I recently heard some news that doesn’t bode well.
I touched on this before regarding my love of cheese, one of my favorite kinds is white cheddar, and Smartfood Popcorn is one of my favorite snacks. I eat so much that I’ve noticed a difference in cheese levels. People might think I’m crazy, but I say try it for yourself. Here in this picture we see the 1.5 oz, 3 oz, and the most popular 5 oz bags. They are all empty. I ate the two smaller bags a couple hours ago for this investigation. Anyway, my theory is that the smaller the bag, the more cheese is coated. Now I gave the sizes, but I usually refer to them by the price. The 5 oz bag WAS $2.49, but I’m thinking due to slumping sales or trying to keep up with the economy, the prices rose, and now as you might make out, it’s $2.89. “BOOO!” I say. But it doesn’t stop me from purchasing whenever I get my cravings. The next size up USED to be $2.99, I don’t know what the oz size is. 7 oz maybe. And then there is the family size. Usually those are the most expensive. Now listen carefully, the bigger the bag, the lesser the cheese. There is one exception. There is a wee 25 cent bag… possibly .5 or .75 oz. It’s really small and stupid. Sorry, I just don’t like it. No cheese and the last couple times they tasted burnt. Anyway, between the 1.5 and 3 oz, it’s hard to tell which has more cheese, but check it out for yourself. I’m content with my 5 oz still, and sometimes sprinkle this on for extra cheesy fun.
So for my last picture, it involved once again hanging out with my Dearest Insta-friend. We were out dining at what you can clearly see as Friendly’s, and my usually ordering involves mozzarella sticks. Well, they have mini-mozzarella stick. I had chicken quesadillas too… but as you see, they didn’t last long enough to make it to print. But my mother never told me not to play with my food, and this show it. Plus it kept my friend in tears as I voiced each mozzarella stick sitting in their saucy hot tub, discussing what happened to all their cheesy friends.
Well if you don’t hear anything else from me by tomorrow, I’ll be back next year.
I love the nod to Prince – act your age not your shoe size! That’s awesome! Cheese is holy, as far as I’m concerned and now all I can think about is mozzarella sticks. Yum!