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details of the cream cheese incident revealed…
November 10, 2008, 5:28 am
Filed under: dogs, food, sisters | Tags: , , , , , , , ,

it was a slow weekend for me.    here’s a shot of pickles playing with one of hannah’s toys.  we house sat over at hannah’s this weekend:

pig-and-pickles

it’s a pig. it has detachable limbs and when you squeaze it, it makes oinking noises.  so, yeah, it was a boring weekend.  i’m still suffering from the cold in my chest, so i played it pretty low key.  watched animal planet, let the dogs play.

but since i don’t have much to say, let’s discuss the cream cheese incident mentioned a couple weeks ago.  the incident i swore i wouldn’t reveal, but then pennycat gave the secret away.

so here’s what happened:  my friend or family member was making mini cheese cakes.  naturally she was wearing fuzzy slippers.  she put the two bricks of cream cheese into her kitchen aid counter top mixer and walked away.  moments later…something hit her square on the back. hard.  now she was home alone, with no one around but her cat.

she turns around to see what hit her, at which time she steps on the offending brick of cream cheese with her fuzzy slippers and the cream cheese takes her DOWN. yes, the cheese was launched out of the kitchen aid, it cold cocked her in the back then finished her off by making her slip on it in her slippers.  SLIPpers…

the timeless struggle: man vs. man, man vs. nature, woman….vs. cheese.

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Amazing! lol

Comment by S. Le

P.S. Hope you feel better soon.

Comment by S. Le

Ah yes, woman vs. cheese … that was one of the basic plotting conflicts that we learned about in creative writing class.

Comment by Dennis the Vizsla

Ahh yes…..when I attended the International Cream Cheese Symposium I was forwarned of the backhanded ways in which cream cheese can attack!

Comment by n.y. hamptonite

When the universe thinks you need to cut out dairy, this is what happens 😉

Comment by Drunkbunny

I knew there was a deep-seated, instinctive reason for refusing to buy a food processor. Hilarious!

Comment by lavenderbay




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