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Power-tossing: Risks and Rewards

After I finished my #BattleAx salad for lunch today, I happened to look down and notice I had stains on my shirt—tiny little specs of vinegar, see Figure 1, below. This must have occurred when I mixed in the dressing. You see, I get pretty aggressive in the tossing phase, as I like an even distribution. So stuff tends to splatter.


Figure 1. StainS

Anyway, the presence of this stain upset me because I’m high-class, and I like to intimidate and bully people in the big important meetings I attend throughout the day. I sensed this stain would diminish ability to dominate and force my will on others.

When I had calmed down, it dawned on me that I eat a lot of #BattleAx salads. I rushed home and went straight to my large, Imelda-Marcos-like walk-in closet. I randomly sampled a few of my expensive shirts and, damn, don’t you know, they had been compromised by vinegar as well. I knew you wouldn’t believe me, so I documented it, as shown in Figures 2 and 3.


Figure 2. More StainS


Figure 3. Even More StainS

After a 3-year hiatus from lunch thought leadership, I believe this to be a mediocre blog post. I know it could be better, but I can’t say exactly how.

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F Banger on :

Ahhhhh, there's the #mediocrity I've been longing for the last 3 years. Instead of making salads for you, maybe you should have the Battle Ax wash your clothes.

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