Monday, July 29, 2013

Blah.

I was thinking about trying some anhedonia today, but I just can't work up any enthusiasm for it.

There are four pieces of Fresh Market bacon on the plate in front of me, cooked just the way I like them, and I don't really feel like eating it. They smell great and the crumbles I've sampled taste good, but eating four pieces of bacon seems an awful lot of work. I'm actually contemplating throwing away bacon.

Seriously questioning my decision to get out of bed this morning. May not have been the right one.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

No attraction to bacon eh?

It is possible you have died and don't know it yet. Please do not go towards the light. We would all miss you.

Gerry

Jennifer said...

Oh dear. I believe another infusion of caffeine may be in order.
Or bourbon. That's always nice in the morning.

Robb Allen said...

I misread that as 'anhinga' and thought "those look quite nasty and stringy to consider eating"

og said...

That is fucked up. I hope you feel better soon.

Bubblehead Les. said...

Throwing away BACON?

Can you drive yourself to the Hospital, or should I use Long-Distance and call an Ambulance?

Reno SepĆ¼lveda said...

Aneh-what? Oh that. It must be going around.

Hey at least you cooked the bacon, that's gotta count for something.

BGMiller said...

Refuse bacon?


MEDIC!!!!!!




BGM

mikee said...

Are your eggs scrambled or over easy?

Sometimes scrambled eggs just confuse things. Tomorrow try over easy and you should be OK.

Trust me. I make very good breakfast eggs.

GreyLocke said...

Were I closer I'd be taking your vitals and calling for an ambylance. Throwing away Bacon? Such Sacrilege.

Seriously get to feeling better soon.

Wolfman said...

Not only did I have to confirm the definition of anhedonia, but immediately upon perusing the comments I was required to learn about anhinga as well. Maybe we all should have a redo?

Mike_C said...

Anhinga: tastes like fish. Err, so I'm told.

Did you give the bacon to the cats?

rickn8or said...

"...I believe another infusion of caffeine may be in order.
Or bourbon."

Try both. Might possibly make the bacon more appealing.

J.R.Shirley said...

CALL THE DOCTOR!

Critter said...

nooooooo!!!! mail it to me!!!!

perlhaqr said...

They smell great and the crumbles I've sampled taste good, but eating four pieces of bacon seems an awful lot of work. I'm actually contemplating throwing away bacon.

Damn, darlin'. :(

*hug*

Darrell said...

Did you make toast to go with? Spread some peanut butter on the toast and put the bacon on it, making a sandwich. You can thank me later.

The Great and Powerful Oz said...

I really hope that brains aren't sounding better for breakfast than bacon.

John Block said...

Or coffee _with_ Bourbon. Cafe' Royals is always good. Esp. At dawn on a mountain top, watching the sunrise....

Anonymous said...

"Seriously questioning my decision to get out of bed this morning. May not have been the right one."

I have heard of getting up on the wrong side of the bed ....but the whole ..... wrong ..... bed????

It happened to me a couple of times in my wasted yout', but upon reflection, this was caused by SLEEPING in the whole wrong bed ....

jimbob86

Harvey Morrell said...

Are you sure you weren't bitten by a lone star tick?

Jennifer said...

Is bacon, is pork. The other white meat. Thus, you can still eat bacon after Lone Star Tick

Jennifer said...

And I actually read the article and now I stand corrected. Eek!

Harvey Morrell said...

@Jennifer - Yup, even pork. I think the Lone Star Tick must be the product of some sort of vegan conspiracy. Hope Ms. Tam is feeling better.

Justthisguy said...

Damn, Tam! You're even worse than I am, and that's saying a lot. Like you, sometimes I feel too bad to eat, but somehow manage to stumble to the computer and share my misery with the world. Funny, ain't it? Well, in a way.