Monday, March 07, 2005


I recently discovered this yogurt that I really like. Plain yogurt that comes with a bit of granola to pour in it. It's the perfect blend of blandness and sweetness. However, there are other flavors. One of which is banana yogurt with some kind of chocolate crispy things to pour in. And? Banana = bad. Do not like banana. Especially not artificial banana. Blech. And what do I keep on doing? Grabbing the gross banana-chocolate yogurt instead of my yummy plain-granola yogurt at the store. I don't think you can comprehend how disappointing this is. Yup, I've got a half-eaten cup of banana yogurt sitting here next to me. Anyone want it?

(I know, after days of not posting, this is not exactly what you had in mind. But hey, the banana yogurt inspired me, what can I say? At least it had some kind of purpose. Oh, and now I actually have a reason to not post pictures: My friend borrowed my camera. So yeah, it's all her fault. Pictures coming soon though, promise!)

PS: I misspelled "yogurt" and the spell check suggested "jiggered". Ha.


Laura said...

jiggered <-- HAHAHAHAHHA. That's all I have to say.
I'm just filling up your comments again, plus this really is funny.

Merisi's Vienna For Beginners said...

After pondering the meaning of that 800 number on the label, contemplating whether low-calorie or low-fat, wondering whether light means clearer in color or else, searching for the hidden trans fats, preservatives, and artificial flavorings, only the lucky few take home any food at all.

That banana concoction does sound ghastly, though. :-(