Monday, January 5, 2009

If it were up to me...

  • ...the first day back to work after a long holiday break OR vacation for that matter would be a half day. We need some transition time! How can we be expected to instantly go from sitting on the couch all day to sitting in a chair all day? How I ask you?

  • ...car dealers would be honest. Am I to believe this scenario: 1) Drop broken car off on Monday. 2) Car is diagnosed as broken (duh) and part is ordered. 3) As of Friday, the part still hasn't arrived. The service guy assigned to my car is coincidentally not at work on Friday. 4) Today, my car is magically ready to go. The service guy assigned to my car is also back at work today. Seriously, is that believable? Let me paint the more likely scenario: 1) same 2) same 3) Service guy goes on vacation on Wednesday, meanwhile part arrives. 4) Service guy returns, plugs in part and car is ready to go.

  • ...I would not start eating sugar again...EVER. The detox headaches are sooooooo not worth it. My body is still reeling from the holiday binging. Overall it's really not happy with this whole healthy eating and exercising routine but sooner or later, it will have to accept this new reality. I'm in charge Body, do you hear me? Suck it up! You're not getting any cinnamon bears no matter how hard you beg.

That's my top 3 for today, what's yours?

2 comments:

Megan January 5, 2009 at 6:20 PM  

... all holidays would be moved each year to fall either on a Friday or a Monday, e.g. July 4th, regardless of the actual day on which it falls, would be moved to either Mon. or Fri. This enables people to get a three day weekend.

... TiVo would have functionality to (optionally) automatically record the first show in any new TV series. If I like it, I can thumbs up for a season pass. If not, I thumbs down and it's not recorded again. Why, in this day and age, do I have to seek out new premiers and make sure it's set up to TiVo?

... all pictures in a magazine that are airbrushed in any way must be marked as such.

... littering would be an offense punishable by caning ... those Singaporean's have this one right. Not sure they definitely cane people who litter, but it really is an inexcusable offense, so I support it in this situation.

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