Wednesday, April 05, 2006

My Lonely Kitchen

It is a big week for pictures, it seems. The digital camera is getting a work out, and therefore you all are being forced to look at the things I deem photo-worthy. Some people think things like cute kids and important events are photo-worthy. I think differently...



Here is the latest hiding place for the dog. Poor guy has been hiding for quite awhile in here. For the past week or so my roommate has continuously asked me if I found the dog yet. I've said no. She said I should have found him quickly because he was somewhere that I should have looked often. I checked in my box of Thin Mints, but he wasn't there, and that is the only place I could think of to look. Then this afternoon I went downstairs for some lunch and opened the cupboard to find the freaky dog.

I think it might say something about my cooking habits that I didn't find the dog in the cupboard for over a week...



But then again, a couple weeks ago I hid the dog in the fridge and The Roommate NEVER found him. Yeah, so it turns out we don't spend a whole lot of time in the kitchen of our house.



But that might all change...

How friggin' cute is this thing? A toaster that makes cute little pictures on the toast? COME ON! How did I go my entire childhood without this? Although I think my childhood would have been darker if I ate Hello Kitty every morning for breakfast. But still, I'm not an impressionable kid anymore, so now I can appreciate the fun this kind of gadget could be. Is it wrong that I instantly thought of the indecent things that could be toasted on unsuspecting breakfast-eater's bread? Maybe. But man, could this thing be fun. It might even be fun enough to get me into my kitchen more than once a month. Hell, I might even consider getting up for breakfast...if they develop the indecent one.

4 comments:

Chunks said...

There is also a Cinderella one that leaves a glass slipper on your toast.

Poor kids nowdays, they have nothing left to imagine, it is all done for them.

I bet we've lost a whole generation of people who take pictures of little stuffed dogs with big noses, hiding all over their houses. It's quite sad really.

Stephanie said...

Make sure the toaster does not play music. Randi Kay had a Winnie the Pooh one that played the Winnie Theme song when the toast popped up. And as cute as the toast with Pooh on one side and Tigger on the other was, the theme song was soo not cute at 7am every morning.

Twinkie toes said...

I love how the dog is in the cupboard sitting next to a box of Twinkies. Yes, this is definitely your house.

Don't ever lose that dog! :-)

Patricia said...

i love that dog. almost as much as i love looking at pictures of people's cupboards and fridge. it allows me to ask things like... do you always keep your coffee pot in your refrigerator?