As Today, So The Year

mayocornIIIA friend told me years ago to be careful what you do on January 1 because it sets the tone for the whole year. Is this true? Who cares, why take any chances?

That means that no matter how bad you want mayo corn during today’s sporting event or movie, you should probably wait until tomorrow.

Recipe: Buy popcorn. Add mayo from fixin’s bar, or byo mayo packet to venue. Apply mayo to side of bucket for proper management of unruly corns. Use a fork if you can find one (unlikely). Serves two [nutters understood].

About uppervalleygirl

Columnist, bloggist, short storyist, essayist, novel-in-progressist.

Posted on January 1, 2016, in food, holidays, humor, personal, rural, sports, Theater, Vermont and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. “Mayo corn?!”

    Yeeeeesh

    I must agree with you, my dear friend. Had an early morning start with a slim slice of NY apple pie, mixed with fresh berries, dates and a sliver of sweet cream from Walpole Creamery. What a great start!

    YappyHewNear!! xOxOx ~ beavey

  2. So start it late after a night of partying, get some coffee, don’t get dressed or plan any strenuous activities like cooking ( just graze on leftovers or candy) & put everything off until tomorrow. The 2nd you will feel great & ready to take on the world! Happy everything. Love,

    Sent from Me

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