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when you open the fridge after your mom went grocery shopping
I have news for you. You don’t stop doing that dance when you grow up and it’s YOU who have been grocery shopping. In fact… because it was you who went shopping, you probably bought everything that YOU like, so you dance a little harder and a little longer. :P
…sorry. I’ve probably said too much. ;P
Dave Barry (via timmysenpai)
I’m suddenly in the mood for Jell-O.
But, like a baked potato, you have to plan for Jell-O.
Now I’m thinking of Mitch Hedberg.
As summer approaches, I prepare simple syrup for iced coffee in the morning. This seems like a good vessel for something sweet. :P
Every joke and pun I can think of regarding the “man” bottle in the picture, and the sticky sweetness of simple syrup inside, is a bit too lewd for mixed company. :P
makes approximately 1 1/2 cups
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
Combine sugar and water in a small saucepan and simmer over medium heat, stirring until sugar is completely dissolved. Allow mixture to cool, then decant into a clean container (preferably glass) with a tight-fitting lid. — or cork, like the sexy male torso bottle pictured. ;)
Keeps in the refrigerator for several weeks.
- If you’ve got some vanilla ice cream in the freezer, float a small scoopful on top of your iced coffee.
- Iced Coffee Float anybody? Put a couple of scoops of vanilla ice cream into a tall glass then top with cold black coffee. It’s not exactly “diet” friendly but a little indulgence every once in a while doesn’t hurt.
Simple syrup is also great for fresh brewed iced tea and any mixed drink that calls for sugar.Stay Cool!