By definition, gruel.
Still dining finely on fancy lunches in the cubicle. This week’s installment…three gourmet burgers.
I find three to be the ideal number of main entree items at the office.
Unit 1, consumed at 10:00 AM, acts to lessen the coffee shakes.
Unit 2, consumed around noon, acts to kill the smells of coworkers’ lunches
Unit 3, consumed at 2:00 PM, pretty much just food show-boating at this point
+1 food show-boating
Most of the programmers around me subside wholly on Mountain Dew and Cup ‘o Noodle. Time to class-up this joint.
Skewers should do the trick. +1 fancy.
Having automated junk is awesome, for the most part. One drawback became glaringly evident recently, as I was enjoying some salsa in the lab.
Gloom and doom. Hit the bump for a video (SPOLER: It is tagic)
So there I am, eating Cool Ranch Doritos at work…
…noticing there is a correlation between “blue-ness” and “delicious-ness” Wait, blue is a color and a flavor?
Yep. That blue stuff is awesome. Imagine how amazing this would taste:
I bet it would destroy your taste buds. Like looking at a laser…do not recommend.
I like Cheetos, mathematics, and memes, for the record.
Regular Cheetos have nothing on jalapeno Cheetos, also for the record.
You have to fuel the machine…
You are quite welcome, Chinese food container.
Should a styrofoam container implore that I do something, you had better believe that I’m typically going to be less than receptive. However, when I ran across a styrofoam container kindly urging me to have a nice day, I was humbled by its good-hearted nature.
Leaving a kind note in reply is good etiquette.
Q) Why is my tech blog so food-centric?
A) I don’t know.
Here is my recipe for homemade croutons.
Dump a bunch of generic-equivalent Cheetos in your soup. There you go.
FWIW, I have a few things in the works for the Arduino. One involves an air-soft gun…be patient.