Here's the deal. Claud does these every week and at first I was like what is the point but now I'm in love with them and look forward to them every week. Finish the thought in one to 3 words. Since it's my blog and I can do what I want to, I'm going to use it as the catalyst for an actual post. I want you to play along in the comments so I can get in your little twisted minds. Moohahahahaha.
First time ::
Track :: of time. Time where you be goin son!?! Leaving me! Running away from me! Sprinting away from me! Running from me like I beat your kids! I was in Whole Foods for an hour and I could've been in there much longer. Two things I've already dipped into: guacamole and pico de gallo. (Where is that (hawt) Mexican chef I requested??) The pico says hot but barely registers as mild for me. If part of my mouth isn't numb, it's not hot enough. Ahem. At least it tastes like love. Their siddity food selection is a delight. I had to pay attention to costs a little bit, though. Because I work in news, I know too much about the crap state of our economy. Yeah... I can splurge a bit ($82 for things pretty much just I am going to eat) in the grocery store but let's keep our heads a bit please!!
Snake :: in the grass! For some reason this makes me think of Brian Fellow. Hahahaha.
Assignment :: Editor. Good ones are a savior to any newsroom. They hear stories and know which ones will be the best to cover. They also know which live trucks are in service and can tune in shots and take feeds and and and.
Blockbuster :: video! Wow! What a difference!
Bombastic :: Fantastic! Molastic!! I don't know what that last word was. I just made it up. Actually bombastic people get on my nerves. Sit down somewhere!! And kindly plug up that flapping hole in your face while you're at it. Thanks.
Adventure :: Let's get some! I'm so incredibly bored with my life right now. I need some kind of huge change. My mom said it's because I'm at that age where everything is in a constant state of flux and every few years you know something new is coming.
First time :: for everything! Never say never. You'll probably find yourself doing it tomorrow.
Aged :: cheese. Oh cheese I love you. But I don't think you love me. You seem to reek havoc on my system. You brat. That doesn't mean I'll give you up, though. Like a battered spouse. Whole foods has a bangin(!) cheese section. When you have 2 cheese-perts (cheese experts... don't use that. I made that up, too.) on site? LOVE! And thanks to google I found out what these people are called. Un maître fromager. Essentially cheese master. I don't know if these people at the aforementioned store qualify but since my stomach has not reacted well to cheese in the last few days, I decided to forgo le fromage, tantalizing though it was, and move it on along.
Grip :: I'll take "get a" for 1,000, please, Alex. I'm usually the one imploring people to do this. I don't believe in getting all bent out of shape over things. That doesn't mean nothing ever bothers me, though people tend to think that. I just take most things in stride. I was once famously told, "I'm not like you, Jameil. I have feelings." Oh shut up you cry baby. I don't wear my tear ducts on my sleeve and oh please it's not even worth the time. See what I mean? You have to really push me to get me to explode. On the other hand, I don't really hold a lot of things back which is probably the reason I don't normally explode. I find both exercises a waste of time and energy. Just let it out so we don't have to deal with your little temper tantrum later.
Shortcut :: Let's take a! I can't stand riding with someone when they say this. I need you to assure me when you say take a short cut, it actually will be one. It also needs to be one you've used on more than one occasion. Like you won't get lost on this short cut, bringing us right back around to where we started 30 minutes later. When I'm in Pittsburgh, I don't take short cuts. Mostly because I only know one way to too many of the places I need to go. But also because you take one wrong turn and you're in West Virginia. I'm exaggerating but you can quickly and easily get lost in this town of houses that all look alike, streets devoid of signs, hills, valleys and winding roads. I'll pass. I will say, though, that these incessant parkway closures have forced me to learn my way around the eastern suburbs and I'm a bit impressed with myself. So there! :) Play away dears!