Thursday, September 13, 2007

A Few Thoughts

1. Arriving over an hour late for a dinner party in which you volunteered to bring the appetizers is not cool and does not endear me to you.

2. Low Blood Sugar VUBOQ = Cranky VUBOQ

3. New Rosh Hashanah food tradition: Apples soaked in honey ... and VODKA! For four days! Then frozen! YUM! [Credit the Supercute Y for this one. Although, VUBOQ would like to think that his summer-long vodka infusion experiments were somewhat of an inspiration.]

4. Sometimes very smart people say very stupid things.

5. If the Supercute Y thinks that Cranky Low Blood Sugar Annoyed at Smart People Saying Stupid Things VUBOQ did not have a good time at a dinner party [even if VUBOQ *did* have a good time ... once his blood sugar level returned to normal], there will be amazingly hot secks when they return home.

*smooches*

PS. OMG. I'm only on Chapter 12 of the Training Manual. AUGH! Need. Motivation.

3 comments:

  1. How would you serve a frozen vodka and honey infused apple? It sounds delicious in any case.

    *sigh*

    amazingly hot secks... what's that like?

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  2. Yes, tell us more about this honey and vodka soaking process. Peeled? Sliced? Details, please.

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  3. teh persian: we just ate them straight. they would be a yummy garnish for an apple martini.

    e.c.: he used ginger gold apples (which are pretty firm, right?). I think granny smith would be good too. then sliced them into thin wedges. removed the core. and poured vodka over them. after soaking for a few days, he drained the vodka, replaced it with honey and stuck the bad boys in the freezer.

    at least i think that's what he did. i'll verify the process for you later. *smooches*

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