What are you thinking?

Monday, April 12, 2010

More people will die from hit-or-miss eating than from hit-and-run driving.

- Duncan Hines, food critic

Scenario one.

I took a drivers ed course taught by an ex state trooper. He said we all start at a 100% of being great drivers when we get up. Then life happens.
The wife's upset about the kids. 95%
The kids don't want to go to school. Your spouse blames you.90%
You find an email from your Boss and the presentation is today not tomorrow.85%
Some one cuts you off in traffic.75%
The line at the coffee shop is long and the cashier is new.70%
There's a traffic jam 5 blocks from your office that isn't moving. 65%
Your thinking just isn't 100%. You should not be driving.

Scenario two.
You roll out of bed on a Friday, hit the john and the scale shows a loss of 1.5 lbs. Yea.
You shower and shave and as your dressing the old belt is too loose and the new one is still a hole short. 95%
The kids want pancakes and your spouse is out running(it's her turn for a morning run)so you whip up the batter and make a stack of cakes. The kids couldn't wait so they ate cereal. The cakes are sitting there.90%
They smell great and Grandpa and Grandma sent over real Maple syrup from New England(for the children).
The freezer bag holds all the fresh cakes but three.
Its Buy fresh fruit day and the oatmeal container only has 1 tbls left. Instant coffee is some where new. kitchen's being reorganized. 80%
The last healthy food bar went with your spouse because its a long run day.75%
Should you eat those cakes or not?

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    Eat them after all that percentage you deserve a break emoticon

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    Eat 'em if you count 'em!!!
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