Sunday, May 17, 2009

Sunday Scribblings~Disconnected

the prompt word today was 'disconnected'



kummerspeck


it’s difficult to type right now. the left over butter and melted chocolate from the hot popcorn sprinkled with m&m’s still clings to my fingertips, causing them to slide over the keys. i know, i know; i just had a bucket of heartattack-waiting-to-happen...but, i can’t disconnect myself from the desire to wallow in that bucket. it’s always a struggle to stay slim, acceptable, socially on the physical mark. and now, well, now, i’m willing to surround my bones with what the germans call ‘sad fat’. it’s time to expose the truth.

11 comments:

TJ said...

why do you want to wallow in that bucket?? and really, you should forget what society tells you you should look like. as long as you are healthy, that is all that matters. and that YOU are happy. maybe only eat half the bucket next time.:)

coastrat said...

I believe having a good appetite for things is very important! So is being happy with yourself.

Ohhhhh, Quin, you are missing the Love bugs!

Cormac Brown said...

Ah zo, der kummerspeck bringt die angst zeit!

Wunderbar...









...nicht!

floreta said...

it's a struggle for me too. so much easier to eat unhealthy.. and tastier :P

Tumblewords: said...

Sounds good to me - I don't know how one can disconnect from popcorn and chocolate...:)

austere said...

Quin, this is MARVELOUS.

Keep a bucket for me ready for whenever, ok?

Understanding Alice said...

A very apt description of the difficulty of not being able to disconnect... thank you :)

MichaelO said...

My that sounds like a messy bucket. Hope you weren't sitting on couch! Sad fat chocopopcorn, tears in yer beers. It's all the same. And perfectly acceptable! Once a week maybe. Otherwise you're a glutton! : )

2cats said...

Quin,
It may be messy, but sounds oh so tasty.
I'd go for it. Like they say...All things in moderation.
Great post.

Old Grizz said...

Well. that's all I need, another evening snack to explode my fat. M&M's melted on pop corn? Now I have to try it. If that will create "sad fat", how do I create "happy fat"?

AD said...

agree with Michael O

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