Indian Food Bargain Bin

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:eyebrow: My parents are leaving for India on Monday and I’m a little nervous. I wasn’t really all that nervous until they told me they updated their wills and decided I was the executor and my brother would get the dog. Their first stop is in a place called Hyberbad, that leaves me a little unsure.

:help: Apparently I missed a protest in my town this weekend, which is strange because the town is really small so I’m not sure how I didn’t see it. There were a small group of people in the center of town but I just assumed they were raising money for Girl Scouts or a little league. It’s too bad, I’ve always wanted to picket with signs.

:omg: Manly Man learned an important lesson last night. He learned that one should probably not buy a Indian food in a can from the sale bin, it might end up in the backyard later that night.

:twitchy: The Sugar Strike is still on, on my day home sick I was tempted to eat one of the last cupcakes but resisted. I did however eat a little too much cereal but I was sick, that’s an excuse. It was however a “healthy” cereal but probably isn’t meant to be eating for every meal that day :dunno: Today is day 4!

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[tags]family, sugar strike, health[/tags]


  • http://www.avitable.com Avitable

    Why did it end up in the backyard?

  • edmcbride

    i’ve never really wanted to see india. always wanted to visit the uk

  • http://www.roadlessunraveled.com Robin

    @Avitable – He ran outside to throw up, partly because he worries about me (i freak out when people vomit) and partly because he literally couldn’t stop for about 10 minutes and well, it wouldn’t have worked well in the toilet. Glad I explained that?
    @edmcbride – I would love to visit India, we considered that but I felt I wanted to see Ireland more.

  • http://www.avitable.com Avitable

    Hahahahahaha – I see now.

    I’ve heard that people who visit India for the first time get sick the first day or two because they’re not used to the quality of the air.

  • http://amandainreallife.blogspot.com Amanda

    Good job on the sugar strike! Protests aren’t that exciting to go to. Mostly they’re boring and cold.

  • http://www.kill-the-body.blogspot.com Gwen

    Is there some kind of discount for traveling to India right now? There seems to be an awfully high number of people going all of a sudden. Maybe I’m just noticing it more?
    And I loves me some indian food but I still wouldn’t ever buy bargain bin indian food. Actually, scratch that. I wouldn’t ever buy ANY bargain bin food. The closest I’ve ever come was buying the reduced to sell meat to make dog food with and even that had me desperately trying to explain to the cashier that it wasn’t for me. (because you look totally believable when you’re standing there in a panic going “It’s for my dog, honest! I’m not going to eat this! I don’t even eat meat!” God help me if I ever get caught holding someone elses drugs…)
    :gwen:

  • http://dreaminginthedark.org B

    I’m sure your parents trip will go well but it was smart of them to update all their paperwork! You never know when something might happen, as sad as it is to think about that.

  • http://www.themuttprincesss.com themuttprincess

    The back yard sounds like a perfect place for clearance food. Especially since it probably wasn’t that good to begin with!

    (I never vomit in the toilet. EVER. I use the sink or tub or even a bowl. I can not handle the splash back, it makes me vomit more….)

  • edmcbride

    Indian food in a can? sounds like good eats

    cue alton brown