Friday, June 22, 2012

Bikers, Tree Huggers and Magic Tricks

As I started up the front steps at The Cubicle Asylum this morning, I felt something odd rubbing against my calf. I stopped, leaned over and produced a large pair of white, cotton granny panties from inside my jeans.

Taa! Daa!

Thank God the only person around was Jabba the engineer, who was heading across the parking lot and, thankfully, is legally blind.

I did have to get creative figuring out how to get to my desk without anyone seeing them. I guess I could have just waved them around in a gesture of surrender.

In other news...

The vegetarian thing is coming along. I still haven't eaten any critter flesh, but I'm running out of ways to fix brown rice. I bought a box of Quinoa, although I don't have the foggiest damn idea what to do with it. I've seen it mentioned on most of the tree hugger vegetarian recipe sites I've visited and it's supposed to be like... uber tasty.

I keep a bag of sunflower seeds, the kind you have to suck and pop, in my desk at work. It keeps the munchies at bay, for the most part.

It's not easy being a Diabetic Vegetarian Hillbilly.

Anywho...

It's biker weekend in the holler. Lots of vrroom vrroom, flopping bewbies and cussing hillfolk. Sounds like a party.

We'll talk again soon. Ya'll have a good one.

Later Taters!!

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5 comments:

Tonya said...

I think that pretty much describes any biker event anywhere. Good going on the meatless diet. I couldn't even go one day without meat, so I am super impressed. Hope you can find something to give you a little varity.

Mahala said...

I've been pleasently surprised by Bocca burgers. I lovingly refer to them as "grass burgers" but they're pretty good.

Anonymous said...

Somewhere I have a recipe for bean burgers,. Think smashed pinto beans baked into a patty. It wasn't horrible. Oh, and banana quesadillas.

Biff B.

Teressa Welch said...

Be careful with the sunflower seeds. An ex boyfriend of mine had to have his front teeth capped because of salt erosion.

BetteJo said...

Then there's those portabello mushroom burgers - my daughter loves those. You can also buy this stuff called TVP (textured vegetable protein) which looks like freeze dried cooked hamburger. It mixes well with just about anything you would use hamburger with - spaghetti sauce, chili, any of those "helper" meals - it's an idea anyway. Season it and make tacos .. there are always options. Luck with this!