An Ounce of Prevention… (NEM #56)

 

We live in a world where Saturday comes only once a week, but they’re putting Pop Rocks in Oreos.  The technology exists, we’re just not applying it correctly!  On the other hand, I’ve got sugar grenades going boom in my mouth right now, so I’m not mad at the current balance; just sayin’ we could stand to apply ourselves a little better, that’s all. 

 

You know what this world needs?  Motivation!  Wait, no, there’s plenty of that out there… we need “motivation”!  If you don’t know the difference, it’s because you’re new and have yet to click the Not Exactly Motivational link, which you are now required to do, by law, in all 57 states.  That’s right: I added a few when you weren’t looking.  I was riding a sugar buzz like you would not believe

 

If you know all about the difference but still feel like you’re missing out, it might be because you still haven’t followed me on Instagram.  If you’re wondering where the last few exploding Oreos went, it’s because you are my husband and you don’t yet understand that if sugar exists in this house I will consume it.  Both of these categories of person are encouraged to continue on to their weekly dose of “motivation” and then go buy me some Red Vines… I’m out of those too, inexplicably.

 

 

 

Pooh's Heartworm

 

 

 

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6 comments on “An Ounce of Prevention… (NEM #56)

  1. Regina says:

    That picture is disgusting but the message, hilarious.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. emilypageart says:

    Holy shitballs. 1) I’m going to have nightmares from seeing those heartworms, and b) I just went and read them all and I’m dying – but, like, from laughter, not heartworms. If I pretend I’m miserably pregnant, will you make more?!

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  3. Angela Sims says:

    Heeeeee. Having worked at a Humane Society in college, you really gave me a flashback. Not the good kind, mind you, but hilarious nevertheless.

    You are the bomb. But not the bad kind that can’t be taken on planes.

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