Friday, January 9, 2009

Is it wrong to eat cheesecake for breakfast?

Because I am all out of grits and eggs and hash, burnt out on Cheerios, and not going to make an entire batch of pancakes for only myself.

Plus, in order to bribe my 5 year old to get on the bus this morning with limited kicking and screaming, I shoved a chocolate chip cookie at her and promised I would not run away from home and be waiting on pins and needles until she got back home. We are going through a separation anxiety phase after spending two weeks of Christmas break at home 24 hours with mommy and daddy. She keeps checking on me at 3am to make sure I am still alive and breathing and screams bloody murder when she has to leave me and begs me not to run away from home (even though the thought has crossed my mind, although if I ran she would be the Louise to my Thelma). Everyday she gets home from school I get a 45 minute hug with random leg clinging sessions throughout the rest of the evening. The spontaneous kisses and proclamations of love? Bonus.

So if she can eat a chocolate chip cookie for breakfast? That should totally give me pass to scarf down half the whole damn a slice of cheesecake.

After all, I have a tedious day planned of trying to finish the mom's birthday present. (Happy Birthday Mom!)(Not that she reads this.)(I've been working on this present for months. She gave me the materials and said do something with them. The materials don't mesh well together. She wouldn't budge on me using substitutes. It goes against my basic aesthetics and I have bitched about it to her. She told me to suck up and just make it cause it's what she wants and she is the MOM and don't argue with her.) Now I know where I get it from. I should just probably start trying to curse my child with a child just like her since my mom cursed me one too many times and now I am stuck with a child that is me all over again but in excess. I figure this curse is growing exponentially. I fear for my great-grandchildren.

I am also swamped down with a massive case of multislacking. Multislacking? Yes, multislacking. I am currently NOT doing MANY productive things. Thus the multislacking. I blame the BoomShine.

And no I am not drinking before noon. Yet. Well...

Actually, I just find these fun little sucking black holes of wasted time and share because I am a giver that way. Enjoy.

Eventually, I will start doing something. Eventually. Maybe. Possibly. Just one more round of Boomshine and I will get right on that. Slack on!


Karen said...

No, it is not wrong to eat cheesecake for breakfast.
And DUDE! I am so stealing the term multislacking! Genius!

ChiTown Girl said...

I'm with Karen! Multislacking is my new favorite word! Come to think of it, you've given me my last few favorite words, you genious, you! I'm particularly fond of fucktard. I use it constantly now. :(

And, just for the record---
Hell-fuckin'-NO, it's not wrong to eat cheesecake for breakfast! It makes a delightful lunch and a hearty dinner, as well!

*word verf- cheadog
what 'da?
A cheesedog made with lite cheese?
The way Jose describes his wife's method of gardening? [Cheadog a hole..]
I'd better quit while I'm ahead....

Busy Bee Suz said...

Cheesecake? It has cheese. Dairy, check. Cake? check.
It is all good. :)
Multislacking is great. Don't ever show me the boomshine again....geeze that is 7 minutes I will never get back.
I never had the clingy, missing you all day kids. Did I not beat them enough???? not sure...

Persnickety Ticker said...

Um...Suz? The clingy, missing me all day kid is a recurring phase with mine.

I don't beat her. That comment sounded a little off, and I'm sure you didn't mean it to.

She gets this way when I get hospitalized. Even though I am not currently sick. So it kind of has me worried, like maybe she senses something I am just to stubborn to acknowledge.

I may smother her with kisses and hug her way too much, but to me she is the rarest treasure and I would never do anything to hurt her, worry her, or cause her pain.

I'm just saying.

Feisty Irish Wench said...

We've been waking up late the past few days (nothing new really) and I've shoved a chocolate covered, strawberry & whipped concoction filled cakey cookie thing in my clone's direction and called it breakfast. Yay for Little Debbie!

SabrinaT said...

OK, multislacking is a GREAT word!
Cheesecake is not like normal cake, it has cheese and therefor counts as a breakfast food!

Cristen said...
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Tink said...

OK, multislacking is my new favorite word. :D

Happy Delurking Day!