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*spitting* Damn it! I bought Twizzlers instead of Red Vines and they're just nasty.  I don't know why I keep doing that. That packages aren't even the same color. I just see red licorice and my brain goes into neutral.

* Note to Self: Stay out of the candy aisle.  And if you must go there, go for the BLUE package, not the pink.

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Well, if you ate black licorice like nature and taste buds intended, this kind of thing wouldn't happen to you.

Actually, if I ate black licorice there'd be a lot than just spitting it out going on. There'd be gagging and fingers down the throat as well.

Plus, my mother would be really annoyed that I wasted it when she could've had it.

But my point remains valid!

Not really. It taste worse than Twizzlers.

Black licorice is so misunderstood.

Black licorice is so nasty.

Sadly, we'll have to agree to disagree on this fine point. Good and Plenty candy has too special a place in my heart!

If it's any consulation, half my family agrees with you (Mom, Fin and the teenager.) But I shall never be swayed.

I understand. I wouldn't go near a bowl of oatmeal for love or money.

Okay, icon baby? 'Splain, please.

Good, more for cookies.

That's Finley. When he was a couple months old, his big sister (who was three at the time,) decided he would look better covered in Peanuts stickers.

Oatmeal isn't evil in cookies, it's evil when it's stirred into slimy, smelly lumps and pured into a bowl--and topped with God help us all, butter.

Okay, Finley, who was adorable. I was just wondering if a new infant had arrived.

Mmmm, cookies.

Not to my knowledge. She was still preggers when she showed up at visitation Wednesday (which she wasn't supposed to be at.)

Could she be any stupider?

Yod' think that would be the case, wouldn't you? But instead, she was on her best behavior, blamed everything on Dan, and impressed the case workers supervisor (who wasn't there for the temper tantrum last time) enough that she has her visitation back. *rolling eyes*

I wanna scream that the supervisor is an idiot, which she well may be, but in the last three years I've been educated a lot more on social workers and the one fact that none seem to be able to escape--they're grossly over worked and under staffed. Maybe that has something to do with it?

Or she's just an idiot.

I think, in large part, it has to do with the rules they have to follow. Their goal is supposed to be reuniting the children with their parents. So even when they know the parents are worthless, they have to give them the opportunity to succeed (fail.)

You're right, I forgot about that--the rules.

Sometimes they kind of suck.

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