Jan. 16, 2018


I wanted lasagna, so I went to the frozen entrees aisle. I couldn't find an individual-sized meatless lasagna, so I bought the Large Family Size Stouffer's Classics Five Cheese Lasagna.  Yes, I know it's a lot of lasagna! But I figured I could eat it over a week's time... well, maybe 5 days time... Oh who's kidding who? Being brutally honest, I give my family size cheesy lasagna 3 days. Hey! Stop judging me!  I don't judge how much you eat! Geez, back off fella!

I'm reading from the box the lasagna came in, and it states, "Thoughtful Portion = 1/7 Tray."  What the Hey! Now Stouffer's is judging me!!

When I think of lasagna, I think of "vegetable lasagna." Sienfeld fans know the funny in that.


I've been posting State Laws found on the internet. Here's some more of 'em. My responses are in brackets at the end of the law...

  In Louisiana - Jambalaya prepared in "the traditional manner" is not subject to typical sanitation regulations. According to the public health and safety codes, this Creole stir-fry, made with rice, meat, and vegetables, may be prepared for public consumption in the open, using iron pots and wood fires.

   In Mississippi - Using profanity in front of two or more persons in a public place might land you in the county jail for up to 30 days. Or you could pay a hefty fine to the state swear jar, no more than $100. [I would be willing to retire with that swear jar.]

     In West Virginia -- Don't attempt to substitute a hunting dog for a ferret in West Virginia. Anyone who hunts, catches, takes, kills, injures, or pursues a wild animal or bird with a ferret will face a fine of no less than $100 (but no more than $500) and no less than 10 (but no more than 100) days in jail. [Whoa, I'm thinking ferrets must be fierce!]

   In Kansas - There is an old law that states you are unable to tuck your pants into one boot unless you own ten or more cattle. [Hmmm, a fad from the olden days... those crazy kids!]

  In Hawaii - Men from the Orakama tribe are not permitted to eat their second wife. [Well, this is just as kind as all get out. I hope they choke on their first one.]


I thank you all for visiting my blog and reading my silly stuff. I hope I cause a smile to come upon your face, or even a look of "What the heck is wrong with this girl?" is cool. I have fun posting stuff, and to those of you out there who get my sense of humor, well... you rock!