It's Wednesday, and I'm just wondering . . .

If you open the freezer and a Lean Cuisine falls out and hits you on the foot, is it paranoid to assume that the universe is trying to send you a message?

Possible messages may include:

a) The obvious one (you sort of admitted this to yourself when you purchased the Lean Cuisine)

b) A need to start buying less ice cream because the cartons are taking over all available freezer space (but wait -- could that mean you need to eat MORE of the ice cream to free up space?!)

c) A need to clean out the freezer

d) All of the above

Upon consideration, it seems that the answer could depend on several factors:

1) How long ago did you purchase the Lean Cuisine? (Can you even remember the last time you ate something that could be considered "lean"?)

2) How long ago did you purchase the ice cream? (Because hopefully you did not purchase all those cartons recently -- that would definitely point to an addiction that may require intervention.)

3) How long since you cleaned out the freezer . . . if ever?

The good news is, when frozen food hits your foot
you are automatically
icing the injury as it occurs.

I have no answers -- just throwing out a philosophical question.

But if the next fortune cookie fortune I get involves dieting or personal injury, I'm going to know something's up.


VO said...

I like to think the frozen item is tired of being frozen and wants to know what it means to be warm.

Did you find a little note saying: Lean Cuisine has gone a-weigh? That would be a good clue.

Amelia and Justin said...

How ironic Is it that I am sitting here, eating a Lean Cuisine, and reading your blog?

susan m hinckley said...

Yes, that's ironic. How ironic is it that I am sitting here THINKING ABOUT ICE CREAM reading your comment?

Jake and Chelsea said...

but doesn't the lean cuisine balance out the ice cream?!?!?!?

Allie said...

And I just went to my freezer looking for ice cream.

This made me laugh out loud!

susan m hinckley said...

If I would eat my ice cream out of a Lean Cuisine container (portion control, anyone?) perhaps they would balance each other out. Thanks for the novel idea, Chels!

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