Monday, April 03, 2006

D'oh!


Ever eat anything so mind numbingly delicious that every morsel proves there is a God? That you know that God considers you only one step away from becoming the Pope or Britney Spears?

My damned lucky husband had that experience this weekend with a donut.

He's damned lucky that I didn't eat his donut first. He got the privilege of decimating a chocolate bar donut which, upon biting into it, revealed a perfectly sweetened, fluffy vanilla cream center.

Justin sat wide-eyed for an hour after eating this bit of divinity. A wave of trembling would radiate out from his gut area causing him to make soft satisfied mewling noises.

There was a second donut of the same variety in the box. I did not attempt to eat it. Justifiable homocide. I won't risk my life, even for the loveliest confection ever confected.

I did get a bite though.

9 comments:

  1. Next time you're in town it's tiramisu at my house: and that could be considered risking your life. Trust me. (only cuz my kids are hellions, not because I am a bad cook...just so's we're clear...)

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  2. Never heard of it. What brand is this and where do you buy it??

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  3. This donut came from a local bakery. Hey...you wanna eat my donut?

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  4. I had a moment like that when I ate my first Tato-Nut. My body orgasmed with pleasure.

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  5. What's a Tato-Nut?

    Lisa, I want tiramisu so bad. You don't even know.

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  6. What ryhmns with donut?

    Erf

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  7. rhymes even

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  8. It is really discusting the way life sort of backhands you as you move through it. When I was younger I could eat anything & not gain weight, but I couldn't afford to very often. One ofr my favorites was a Dairy Queen Reeces Peanut Butter Cup Blizzard. Now I can afford them more often but I can't eat them often as I think I gain weight with every one! It is unfair.

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  9. Eat yer donut? That sounds dirty. Go ask Thunder-thighs.

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