I’m the Human Baguette.

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February 25, 2021 by sandwichcontrol

Crusty on the outside. Soft and chewy on the inside.

The word of the day is: Chicken.

[ chik-uhn ]
noun
a domestic fowl, Gallus domesticus, descended from various jungle fowl, especially the red jungle fowl, and developed in a number of breeds for its flesh, eggs, and feathers.
the young of this bird, especially when less than a year old.
the flesh of the chicken, especially of the young bird, used as food.
adjective
(of food) containing, made from, or having the flavor of chicken:
chicken salad; chicken soup.
Slang.
cowardly.
petty or trivial:
a chicken regulation.
obsessed with petty details, regulations, etc.:
He’s quitting this chicken outfit to become his own boss.
Verb Phrases
chicken out, Slang.
to refrain from doing something because of fear or cowardice:
I chickened out when I saw how deep the water was.
to renege or withdraw:
You can’t chicken out of this business deal now.

I slept for shit Tuesday night.

And woke up with a headache yesterday.

Then I spent the rest of the day trying to use my words.

To varying degrees of success.

And, I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but it’s fucking hot outside.

Last weekend it was below zero Fahrenheit.

Yesterday is was in the 70s Fahrenheit.

What the fuck.

As soon as the snow started to melt, I started to sweat.

And now apparently I’m just going to be sweating for the next 8 months.

Sigh.

At least I can go for a run without parts of my body freezing off.

So that’s a silver lining?

Weirdly enough, I’m looking forward to running again.

Like maybe I can bulk up over the cold months with weights and then shred down with running in the warm.

Also, it’s about time for a haircut and a shave.

All this hair and sweat don’t work well together.

All right, I’ve got to get to today’s craziness.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


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