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At the ripe old age of 30, I had my first turkey sandwich.
It was late at night. I was starving. There was a ready-made turkey sandwich in the fridge, and allergies be damned. Amazingly, nothing happened.
Since that fateful night, I’ve become obsessed with smoked turkey. I eat it almost every day. I love trying it with as many condiments as possible, from ranch to horseradish to dill mustard. I keep sampling the different brands too – my favorite is a brand called Salamah that was recommended by our neighborhood-deli guy, but it’s really expensive, so I keep trying different brands to find a cheaper one that tastes as good. I’m also really excited to try all the stuff I’ve never had the chance to taste in my life: turkey pizza, a real club sandwich, turkey sausages.
Maybe one day soon I’ll even brave eating a real turkey.
Turkey recommendations, anyone?
Being Allergic to Chicken
Discovering that my Chicken Allergy is Gone
This Was the First Bite of Chicken in My Life
Second and third experience with chicken… good and not so good
I successfully ate half a smoked turkey sandwich
Nothingness. The cradle of civilization. The equator. Europe. Modernity.
File under useful information. I’ve had my Mitsubishi since 2004 and it is an absolute dream.
Just a vent: I’m unreasonably worried about Gawker Media. Gizmodo, Lifehacker, io9, and Jezebel are among my favorite things in the world, and I can’t imagine a world where I can’t get my daily fix of useful-to-know from them.
Let’s see how this turns out!
Adults who baby talk need to be institutionalized.
All our lives we’ve been told to drink milk. Milk is good for your bones. Milk has a lot of healthy nutrients. Got milk?
I have bad news.
It turns out that the whole milk-is-good-for-you thing is just a huge marketing ploy by the dairy industry. We’ve been victim to this ploy since there was a milk surplus in the US after WWII.
I have shit news, too.
Milk might not simply be “just harmless” (jury’s out though). According to a study by Swiss researchers, milk consumption may be linked to bone fractures and early death. The dairy industry also has been forging partnerships with many restaurants and food manufacturers to get them to increase the amount of cheese used in food (extra cheesy pizza, anyone?), resulting in more saturated fat lining up our livers. Last year, another sweeping study found that women who drank two and a half or more glasses of milk a day had a higher fracture risk than their counterparts who drank less than one glass a day. An analysis published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2014 concluded that “high intakes of dairy products…may increase total prostate cancer risk.”
Goodness gracious, is nothing safe to consume these days?
So, stop force-feeding your kids milk. Ask for less cheese with your pizza. And eat local, for heaven’s sake. Local cheese in Jordan is often made from sheep milk (i.e. Nabulsi cheese), and it is much better for you. You’ll also be supporting local businesses, who need your support much more than Kraft and Hajdu.
Here’s a great video about this (thanks Haitham!)
My dear idiot countrymen and women,
Thank you for jading me. Numbing me. Locking me into a bubble. Thank you for making me not care anymore, about anything, really.
Somewhere along the years, I’ve lost hope in you ever growing brains (or logic). At this point, I’m almost okay with your idiocy, because you’ve convinced me that we really don’t deserve music. Or fun. Or colors. Or happiness. Or a life in general.
I hope you rot in the misery of your disgusting thoughts.
I don’t think I’ve done this before, but kudos must be given when kudos are deserved: Thank you Al-Markazia (Toyota Jordan) for your efforts in spreading comedy in Jordan, and for supporting entertainment and the arts.
They’ve been doing it consistently for years and years (I remember my brother joined one of their stand-up competitions a gazillion years ago), and I can’t imagine a better way to do marketing for good (and laughs!).
Around 2007, it was trendy for corporations in Jordan to support art and entertainment in Jordan. These days (and I know the times are tough), the list is quite narrow, and art is dying. I almost want to hug Toyota for the positivity.
I was following last week’s Nemr Abu Nassar #ToyotaComedy show on Twitter, and seeing messages of laughter, joy, and happiness from the audience made me really happy, too.