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Breakfast of Champions

Posted by Sunday on Oct 1, 2011 at 11:24 am

I think it’s safe to say that I’m going into the crazy-laugh stage.  I drank four or maybe five beers in about three hours last night, I can’t really remember, and then I made a grilled cheese sandwich and watched House Hunters International while vowing to cut the ears off of people who remark snottily that the master bedroom is a little smaller than they “thought it was going to be.”

You see, we’re leaving the Guacamole House.  Our beloved Guacamole House.  But it’s okay because we’re moving to be near family, and that’s good, but then there’s this part in between where we have to play possessions-Tetris.  And I fucking hate possessions-Tetris.

I hate it so much that my breakfast today is Excedrin, super-mega-C and some 7-Up because that’s what my stomach can handle.

That’s not entirely true, I also tried these cheese-flavored oatcakes from Wales because the interior package was busted open from the hilarious packing job.  I pushed the paper box back into shape to take the photo, but it was gruesome.

I like oatcakes already, and these with cheese were totally tasty, as you might imagine.  I had to look up Caerphilly cheese to see what it was supposed to taste like, and there are few descriptions outside “salty” and “mild” which is good, because that’s what the oatcakes tasted like.  So, success, I suppose.

Apparently the slang for Caerphilly cheese is “the crumblies” which is entirely too accurate for what happened to the oatcakes.  ALSO.  The town of Caerphilly has a festival called The Big Cheese, which as near as I can tell is a Renaissance Fair with cheese, and I honestly can’t think of a better time unless there’s also a Firefly/Serenity convention there at the same time.

October 1st, 2011 | Drama!, Food Rant

7 Responses to Breakfast of Champions

  1. Kristina says:

    OH NO! I supposed I’m supposed to say “But oh good…” vis a vis the family thing. I hope you can tip off a good friend in the area to come rent the avocado house so it doesn’t go on the market to a total stranger. That would be so wrong.

    And moving sucks. Always has. Always will.

  2. Maven says:

    Please make this cheese/firefly-con happen.

  3. Jason says:

    I would totally fly from FL to attend the Serenity/Firefly/Queso-Con.

    • Sunday says:

      It is sounding more and more like I need to make some phone calls to some important cheese and TV people. I think we’re onto something here.

  4. I know you’re sad to leave your house but happy to be closer to family so this is a bittersweet situation but I am going to be crass and just yell Yaaaaaay! Every time you talk about your homeland (that makes it sound fantasy-like and oh-so-far-away) I just love the sound of it and wonder why you’re living in L.A. instead. But this is coming from a girl who was born and raised in Colorado and will have to be dragged out whilst trying to cling to the Rocky Mountains. And also I am biased against L.A. Anyway, this was supposed to be a “congratulations, I’m so happy for you” comment and now it sounds snide and weird. Please remember the spirit of the former, not the latter. Yaaaaaay!

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