Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Real Life Conversation

Yesterday, at the wonderful cafeteria run by Dammy's workplace, contemplating the Reese's Peanut Butter Pie/Cake thingamajiggy:

Dammy: "I want to experiment. Let's eat the pie today and see if our weight goes up tomorrow."
(note: the day before we had had burgers, fries, and the same kind of pie and our weight had gone down)
Me: "Um, okay." (note: who can resist Reese's? I sure can't.)

Today, after the weighing:

Me: "I'm up a pound."
Dammy: "Yeah, that experiment didn't work."


klaki said...

mmmmm.... reese's pie. you have to indulge yourself in the wonderful things such as pie every once in awhile. depriving yourself from such is not good for America. If you don't eat that pie, Reese's looses money. If they do that, they'll have to fire the pie makers. Then that leads to unemployment rates because who wants to hire pie makers whose pies are not good enough to eat. so that family has to go on welfare which means the g'ment has to increase taxes to pay for the more people on welfare. this causes me not to spend money because i need to pay taxes. the economy is going downhill! so we either need to let that pie maker starve or we need to eat more pie. :)

Daxenos said...

Remember, one sample set is not conclusive enough to exclude other factors.

I say, eat Reese's pie every day for a month, THEN evaluate.

It's better to ask for forgiveness than permission....

Stale said...

“I get the Reese's candy bar, If you read it, there's an apostrophe. The candy bar is his.

I didn't know that. Next time your eating a Reese's and some guy named Reese comes up to you and says let me have that. You better give it to him. I'm sorry Reece, I didn't think I would ever run into you.”