A co-worker gave me a cappuccino machine for Christmas; I love it! I had been debating about whether or not to get one for several months. I had listed all of the pros, like it would save money, and the cons, like would I actually use it? I was basically hem - hawing around when my co-worker intervened and got me one.
After I had had it about a month I drove by my coffee place in the middle of the day and decided to grab a quick one. The owner stuck his head out the window and said, “where you been?” I explained about the machine and how much money I was saving on coffee, gas, time, and wear and tear on my car. (I did not go in to the fact I enjoyed knowing how many calories I was getting or that I liked the flavor of my homemade cappuccinos better.) The coffee guy said, “Oh this happens every year. A few of our customer’s get a machine, but they always come back (eye roll), they always say theirs is never as good as ours!” This week I was driving by good old coffee shake on my way from work to do some shopping when I stopped impulsively to get a quick cappuccino. The next morning I took off for work and half way there I realized the reason I was so hungry was that I had forgotten my breakfast. It was wet and cold so I figured I would get a muffin and a coffee at the coffee place, because it would be quicker than Sonic. The owner stuck his head out the window and smirked, wiggled his eyebrows and said, “You’re usual?”
Saturday, February 7, 2009
In other news today a microwave escaped from it's box causing havoc at a local Wal-Mart store. The microwave was subdued by a security guard. An eyewitness exclaimed, "I was just so scared-I mean what if that thing had gotten to a PLUG!" Tonight investigation has revealed that this tragic incident could have been averted; if only packer 137 had not forgotten to apply one of the fourteen thousand pieces of wire to the packaging.