Lessons learned watching a skinny man.
Friday, February 26, 2010

We had chili for dinner this week.

Here is how Jonathan and I proceed when eating chili:

Jonathan fixes a bowl of chili.  Then he eats it.  This picture represents his bowl:



I fix a bowl of chili.  Then I top it with sour cream.  Sharp cheddar cheese.  Green onions.  And oyster crackers. Then I eat it.  This picture represents my bowl of chili:

 

Obviously, mine is the more robust and interesting bowl of chili.
Also......mine is the more robust waistline. 

I'm sure there is a lesson there somewhere.  I need a while to think about it.  I will need to think about it and come to no conclusions until after then next time we eat chili.  I'm afraid the lesson might involve giving up sharp cheddar cheese or sour cream, and that makes me unreasonably sad. 







4 Comments:
Blogger Kelly had this to say:

Whatever, Jonathan's chili is boring and bland. hehe :) I refuse to eat chili without cheese. You shouldn't give up your toppings Starr. Your waistline is always amazing.

February 26, 2010 at 10:09 AM 


Blogger Tina had this to say:

my nephew just sent us an iTunes song "big & chunky" from madagascar2. get it! play it while you eat your chili!

i remember the day i realized i was giving myself the same portions as my 6' 230lb husband & eating it all.

February 26, 2010 at 3:07 PM 


Anonymous Jonathan had this to say:

Somebody has a bad memory. I always top my chili, but it's just a topping; not an excuse to eat cheese and sour cream!

February 26, 2010 at 5:55 PM 


Blogger Cash Clan Japan had this to say:

Hello compromise: light sour cream (or even the fat-free isn't THAT bad) and reduced fat cheese. Once you mix it all up, it tastes the same, I think! (Unfortunately, MY waistline doesn't quite justify my giving out any dieting tips, but whatever...)

February 28, 2010 at 11:14 AM 


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