That time I spent the whole of Tuesday worrying that I might have been fatally poisoned by a foul-tasting, Wimpy waffle.
This is not one of those classic undersells I'm so used to giving. This is a full-out, totally-owning-it, boasty-boast.
Simultaneously tempted into cereal-making but disheartened by the discovery we had since run out of corn flakes, I once again dropped the silver monster on the burner; this time to surprising effect.
One moment he's coming to us in the dirtiest cage I've ever seen. The next moment he has his own towel hanging in the bathroom and an unwritten rule that he's not to be disturbed before ten on weekends. It just sort of happens.
In 2007, concert violinist Joshua Bell played several Bach pieces on a multi-million dollar violin to disinterested passerby at the DC Metro in the United States. The event was part of a social experiment conducted by The Washington Post and was documented in Gene Weingarten's Pulitzer Prize-winning article, "Pearls Before Breakfast." If Bell's playing was … Continue reading Chickens & Violins