Thursday, September 23, 2010

Oh. Oh. Someone Please Shoot Me Now

Well...

If you haven't read my last post, go read that now and then come back to this one.

Ahhhhhh...... the ice cream. I decided to heed all of your excellent advice and treat myself once a week to a small portion of my favorite goody. The ice cream I love comes in three sizes: mini, regular and jumbo.

Fast forward to this evening- my husband wanted to grab dinner real quick, and after-wards he wanted ice cream. So on we went. I decided that I would start my once weekly treat tonight and therefore not allow myself to go back before next Thursday.

Guy at ice cream counter -"What can I get for you?"
Me- "One mini mint chocolate chip concrete please"
Ice cream Nazi in the background- "What!? Only a mini? Not a jumbo?"
Me- (Trying to cover my a$$ in front of my husband) "No, I don't have my boys with me tonight, it's just me eating it" (which is the truth, but still!)
Ice cream Nazi- "One mini mint chocolate chip concrete!"
Me- "Thanks!"
Ice cream Nazi- "See you tomorrow!"

No she did-ent.

Just shoot me.

6 comments:

Annie said...

That is pretty funny...I hate to laugh, but it is. Congratulations on you decision to 1- have a mini and 2- to have the treat once a week! :)

Ice Queen said...

*slips the safety off and gently squeezes trigger* ^^

Shannon said...

BUSTED!! HA HA HA ha...i think you need to find a new ice cream place!!

amy_joy81 said...

not going to lie - that made me laugh a little but only because i can imagine that happening - to me!

In all seriousness though, I know how you feel. I have gone through several months of eating ice cream almost every day - sometimes even more than once. There was a very difficult period this summer where I actually would look up the 'flavor of the day' at Culvers for every restaurant between work and my house - and would stop several times for a cone if there was more than one flavor I liked. UGH!

Lisa said...

:) I'm with Annie. I hate to laugh but... Been there done that. lol

Loretta said...

I don't think there's anything wrong with having a treat as long as it doesn't derail your plans or goals.