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Right. Haven't blogged in a while, so I guess I'd best do so before I lose the touch.

I'm in a foul, cranky mood today, which I thought might be improved by Putting Food In Me*. I had some extra time, so I went to Amer's on the way to work. While waiting in line, I actually looked at the menu instead of mindlessly ordering a chai as I usually do. They had something called Dharma Bums, which I'm almost positive also exists at the Amer's on Church Street, but with a different name. It's half hot milk, half Earl Grey with a splash of almond flavoring. I think I'd rather get it at the Church Street location because I felt really puritanically uncomfortable saying "bums" to the counterperson. It made me think of posteriors and I don't want to order anyone's bottom.

Anyway, I like Earl Grey and milk! I like almonds!

As it turns out, this beverage is surprisingly... bad. Good. Bood. When I started drinking it, I was glad I only got a small, but it's growing on me. I think it's something every (wo)man will have to try for hermself.

Bood? Hermself? Hey, I just realized that I am HILARIOUS. Now I remember why I like blogging. I am a comedy genius. Go me!

Sorry this is a little bit stream-of-consciousness. Okay, I'm going to stop now.



* Seriously, about 50% of the time that I spend thinking about food (so approximately 45% of my whole day), I connect it with the Simpsons episode where they borrow the Flanders' beach house and Ned has labeled everything with its purpose, including a Post-It™ on the refrigerator that says "Put food in me." I think this is one of my favorite Simpsons moments ever. Oh wait, they're all my favorite.

srah - Monday, 4 April 2005 - 9:34 AM
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gravatar katie - April 4, 2005 - 6:37 PM -

You are hilarious.


Wouldn't it be comedic genius? Am I a smart-ass, or what? I spend weeks and weeks away from blogs, and then come back to disparage you. Bwahaha! I am awesome.

And bums to you.

gravatar srah - April 4, 2005 - 6:40 PM -

It seems to me that a comedy genius is one who is terribly, terribly good at being funny, where a comedic genius is a terribly, terribly smart person who is funny on top of that. If you would like to call me the latter, I won't argue.

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