December 30, 2003

i am going to die

I decided, reluctantly, to eat food from Taco Bell today at lunch. After arriving back home, I unwrapped the taco supreme and then ripped off the corner of the hot sauce packet. I set the torn corner piece of the sauce packet in the wrapping and squeezed the sauce out onto the taco. I then discarded the sauce packet into the plastic bag the food came in, and started munching on the crunchy taco. In between bites, I would set the taco back onto the wrapping in my lap.

Somehow, the torn corner piece of the sauce packet stuck to my taco, and I, realizing just a split-second too late, swallowed it along with a bite of taco. I could feel the jagged edges travel down my esophagus. It's been a few hours and I still have that bad feeling that goes along with doing something quite stupid.

Let me give you another fine example of my continuing mindlessness. Today I also purchased the game "XIII", a nifty first-person-shooter game for the GameCube (as well as the other platforms). Anyhow, I started playing it shortly after the "Taco Sauce Incident" and battled my way through several levels in the following hours. Four hours or so, to be more precise. And then I went and did it. I quit the game without saving. Fuck! So, so, so, so stupid!!!


posted by julie at December 30, 2003 10:13 PM

things people have said

Haha, you go girl, not the most pleasent mental picture Im about to paint but imagine what your first poop of the year is going to look like...

so said: Gambit at January 1, 2004 03:07 PM

LoL on Gambit's comment. Hope those jagged edges rounded out by the time it reached the exit. Ouch!

I'm gonna have to look up that XIII game you're talkin about. Have you played Ratchet & Clank 2?

so said: rumbanik at January 5, 2004 11:50 AM



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