Thursday, June 29, 2006


My thoughts recently have reverted to those of practicality (in times of great stress or struggle, we tend to dwell on methods of survival). So, for your benefit, and my own future reference, please consider the following:

Rule #1: Do not prepare tuna while wearing newly cleaned pants
Rule #2: Do not prepare tuna while wearing a tie
Rule #3: Do not prepare tuna before 6 in the morning
Rule #4: Failing to bring the proper utensil for lunch can be horribly frustrating

This last rule is not from my own experience, but I'm thinking clearly enough now to be smart about it:
Rule #5: Do not ever attempt to eat tuna with your hands


chris said...

Some would argue, "never prepare tuna with mayo," but I say if it comes from a can, it needs a little help from my friend named hellmans

Brian said...

yeah...I've eaten the tuna thats in olive oil straight from the can, thats not so bad...but it has to be the whole filet, I can't stand chunk light. Its like cat food.

Anonymous said...

Chunk light is cat food, atleast for my cat that is :)