I was chatting with Mik earlier about setting up a paintball outing at the Jungle sometime in the next couple of weeks when the whole “F**K IT, we’ll do it live” mention came about. Here’s the classic piece that aired a couple of months ago:
What’s even funny is that there’s this video of a “Body Language Expert” analyzing the whole thing… =)
So, I got into work this morning only to find out that there was one bagel left in the kitchen. Being glad that there is something to eat other than the numerous amount of snacks in the cupboards, I found out that there was no more cream cheese. This, after the fact that my mighty bagel just toasted to perfection.
What does it feel like? Well, you can compare it to a lot of things. Like, going to drop kids off only to find out that there is no more TP.
Meanwhile, the McGuyver in me found some pudding in my cabinet. I was going to use them for snacking with Honey-Wheat flavored pretzels. It’s kind of like YanYans but cheaper and more nutrients. Back to the pudding. I then slapped on a small teaspoon of it on the bagel just to try it out—tasted like Nutella but softer!
So now you know. Word to the wise though, the pudding should have a base flavor of Chocolate. At least from my first-time experience today. I hope that this info comes in handy for you one day. Other than that, make sure to let your friendly-neighborhood office manager know that there is a low supply of cream cheese in the fridge.
The 10th Annual Ghirardelli Square Chocolate Festival, benefiting Project Open Hand, will take place Saturday and Sunday, September 10 and 11, 2005, from 12:00 noon — 5:00 pm. The Chocolate Festival hosts more than 20 booths each day featuring a variety of chocolate delicacies from some of the best Bay Area restaurants and bakeries. Activities for the entire family will take place for your enjoyment throughout both days including chef demonstrations, childrenâ€™s Chocoland and live music.
For over 20 years, Project Open Hand had provided meals and bags of groceries to men, women and children living with symptomatic HIV and AIDS. Project Open Hand expanded their services to provide daily congregate lunches to seniors and provide meals to people who are homebound and critically ill. Visit www.openhand.org for more information.
This is a free & public event — except for chocolate tasting. Individual tickets are $8, 2 tickets are $14 and 3 tickets are $20. Each ticket will give you 5 chocolate samples from any of the participating vendors.
900 North Point St.
San Francisco, CA 94109