|My leftover wasabi & mayo St.Patrick's Day potato chips|
|My calendar is still green the day after St. Patrick's Day?|
Yeah, sounds like an Irish joke I know, but when I bought my Chinese calendar this year I was hungry and did some grocery shopping in an Asian supermarket and bought some wasabi flavoured potato chips on my way home.At the End of My 2020 Calendars ... What Now?Most wasabi flavoring in commerce is, however, ersatz, based on horseradish and food coloring.
Big mistake on my part, because now I love wasabi flavoured potato chips.
And even though I try to avoid dairy products in my diet, most brands of wasabi flavoured potato chips have traces of cow's milk in them.
I'm not a Vegan, so I don't really care too much about the ethics of consuming animal products, because animals eat other animals anyway.
Take it up with your loving "God", not me, as I only live here ... for now:-)The use-by date for those Lays wasabi chips was 14/2/21, which is Valentine's Day funnily enough:-)
Last chance for hot Lays?-)
|More green, just like my eye colour;-)|
Brisbane Lions Hand "The Pies" Their First Defeat of the Season on Pi Day?-)
And the wasabi chips I bought for St.Patrick's Day were 69% potato, which reminded me of Valentine's Day again for some reason;-)Happy St.Patrick's Day 2021?
I guess we all like a good myth to look forward to celebrating throughout the year.
When I was leaving the Asian grocery store back in January I put a $2 coin into a gumball machine and asked the universe to give me an animal that would sum up the year ahead as an archetype of news events.
When I got that tiger and started seeing all of the tiger stories in the news I said to the universe, so you're just telling me that 2021 is going to be just a repeat of last year, more or less?-)At least Trump is out of office this year.