The Slow Churn


The word on the corner of Nutrition Street and start your day off right avenue is that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

I’m not sure if that tasty little notion is true if breakfast is had at dinner.

I feel like an alien is about to pop out of my stomach.

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Where’s Sigourney Weaver when I need her?

Maybe it was the day old pancakes that I nuked.

It could have been the butter that I smoothed on top.

Might have been the peanut butter that covered the butter that was smoothed on top of the day old pancakes.

Could have quite possibly have been the marshmallow fluff that coated the peanut butter that covered the butter that was smoothed on top of the day old pancakes.

I have a feeling it that I should be leaning toward the butter flavored maple syrup that glazed over the marshmallow fluff that coated the peanut butter that covered the butter that was smoothed on top of the day old pancakes.

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I washed it down with ruby red Hawaiian Fruit Punch.

No possible way it was that.

Must have been the 3 slices of honey glazed ham I had about 10 minutes before.

Yeah…that’s the ticket.

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12 thoughts on “The Slow Churn

  1. Running From the Booze says:

    The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Hawaiian Punch is the weird hat the Hawaiian Punch guy wears.

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