1 red velvet cupcake
1 cup of coffee
Every Comcast employees found these cupcakes on their desks to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Style Network. As nice a gesture as these cupcakes were, it would’ve been nicer if it wasn’t stale.
1 foot-long Spicy Italian
1 bag of Baked Lays
1 medium diet Coke
I live by a Subway and used to go often enough for one of the employees to jokingly call me “Jared.” I didn’t go for a while after that comment.
2 buffalo nuggets
2 cherry tomatoes
1 mini Twix
1 mini chocolate chip cookie
1 mini bottle of Diet Coke
Every week at our departmental meetings, they have these mini buffalo nuggets. What kind of meat is in this nugget, you ask? I honestly have no idea. It could be chicken. It might be the fake veggie meat that’s made out of extracted soy gluten. It could be soylent green, I really don’t know. But it is addictive, thanks to the artificial flavor, color and sodium levels packed into each nugget. A week doesn’t feel complete without one or two of these tasty and quite possibly toxic nuggets. I wasn’t even hungry but I had to eat two of them. The tomatoes were to add something natural to that plate. The chocolates were for garnish.
1/2 8″ flatbread cheese pizza
1/2 spinach, blue cheese and bacon salad
1/2 bottle of John Gott Sauvignon Blanc
Abigail and I were suppose to go out with Hilary. But after a LONG week at work, we picked up these random assortments of food and ate in. BTW, that pickle were homemade. Abigail made them while attending the Echo Park Pickle Festival. I had a jar too, but I had to toss my homemade pickles after they got contaminated and were unfit for human consumption.