St. Patrick’s Day is Tuesday … which means my family is heading to the local parade down the street today to catch everything from cabbage and carrots to potatoes and Irish Spring. (Yay! Stuff I can actually use. At least compared to the novelty panties and penis beads of Mardi Gras.) And, since my grandmother’s last name was McCarthy, I thought I’d get my Irish on this morning with a little post about things that I HATE that are green. (I’ll give you one guess as to the title of tomorrow’s post.) Anyway …
Seven Green Things I Hate
(and they can’t ALL be vegetables)
Because it either means I need to clean something or it impedes my cheese eating. Plus it reminds me of post-Katrina New Orleans. Boo!
2. Phlegm and/or mucus.
Because … well, I’m guessing I don’t really need to explain this one, do I? Then again, maybe there people out there who love those phlegm and mucus cartoon characters on the TV commercials. So, to those individuals, I express my most heartfelt apologies. Carpe mucus!
3. Green bananas.
Because those rubbery bastards just tease the hell out of me.
Because it smells awful and it always makes me scream like a little girl when it dares to brush against my leg in the ocean. Of course, when it’s on my sushi roll …
Because being from Louisiana, there is an excellent chance I could be eaten by one. And yet, every day, I somehow manage to get out of bed and just live my life. Truly, if that’s not bravery, I don’t know what is.
6. Brussels sprouts.
Because they’re gross. But I can still put them in my mouth, chew them and appear to swallow them … all the while alternatively spitting them into a napkin with the dexterity and sleight of hand of David Copperfield. It’s a gift really.
7. Jealous people.
Because they’re a pain in the ass, am I right? Wait, what? Have *I* ever been jealous? No, of course not, I have everything I could ever want right here next to my 5-year-old car and my two VCRs. (cough)
OMG! I hate Brussel sprouts!! Yuck.
I do not like green boogers from my kids’ noses. I do not like green apples (too sour). I do not like weeds that take over my tulip garden. 🙂
We love roasted Brussel Sprouts in this house. Olive oil, salt and pepper. 🙂 If you come over, I’ll convert you!
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