Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Orange Is The Devil

First and foremost, never buy food with an orange sticker. 

Orange stickers signify sale or clearance.  Who is buying food on clearance??  I've seen these stickers, along with others like "Manager's Special" on things like meat or chicken.  "Manger's Special" is code for "Get rid of this shit quick."  It's equivalent to a restaurant "pushing" the fish because it's been in the cooler too long and they need to get rid of it before it goes bad.

Second, who is buying pre-packed sandwiches??  Tuna sandwiches no less.  That's just straight up disgusting.  First, I would never eat a sandwich from a vending machine or a convenience store cooler.  OK, sure, I'll eat at McShitterballs (Ed's moniker for McDonald's), which one could argue is as disgusting as a sandwich from a vending machine, but there's just something weird about not knowing how long your sandwich has been spinning around before someone presses E-4 to get to it to drop to the area where you stick your hand through the door and retrieve it.

And tuna is a whole other animal.  I don't eat tuna out of my own refrigerator if I think it's been in there too long.  Tuna from a restaurant is out of the question.  I've worked in restaurants, I've seen what they do to tuna on a salad bar.  Nope, there's no way I'm eating it.

Clearly, things are slow around the 'ol truckstead since I'm writing about convenience store sandwiches.  Perhaps things will pick up later in the week. 

We're on our way to Kansas, so don't expect anything interesting.  The only two things I think of when it comes to Kansas is The Wizard of Oz, of course, and the World’s Largest Ball of Twine.

Now if I were seeing that, I'd have something to write about!

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2012: Sixteen Hundred Miles Makes All The Difference
2011: In Need Of Some Color
2010: 122 Years And Counting
2009: Sixteen Days Old
2008: Racism Comes With A Convenient Handle
2007: Evening Tide
2006: Glittering Pasties And Swinging Tassles
2005: Sorry, no post on this day. The blog didn’t start until May 2005!

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