Friday, October 08, 2010

Not Even Remotely Related to Each Other, but I Do Mention Breakfast, So I Guess It Ties Into What I Said in the Last Post

Factoid heard on the radio this morning: This year, October has 5 Fridays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays. That won't happen again for 863 years.

I've discovered Nutella. Nice change from peanut butter once in a while. I ate some on a piece of whole grain bread for breakfast.

I know, right?


sheri said...

I watched a documentary on the newest theories about Stonehenge last night. It's all part of an amazing plan, and the Nutella plays a key role as well. I can't connect all the dots for you, Ted.

LeeAnn said...

Nutella was discovered by Werner Von Braun, as a side effect of time travel. Sadly, during a laboratory test, both the Nutella and Von Braun were transported back to early early England and both conscripted by druids to build Stonehenge. Nutella is the prime reason it's held together all these years. Von Braun never really recovered and unbeknownst to the general public spent his final days wandering round the lab, making jokes like "She doesn't look Druidish!", which his close friend Groucho Marx totally stole.
I know! Joke theft is so wrong!