Yes, I actually meant to type “wha” instead of “what”. It’s for dramatic effect. That however, is probably not the reason a local home daycare posted the following sign out by the side of a busy street.
Try as I might, I can see no dramatic effect achieved by eliminating the “N” in “youngsters”. The best part? Someone obviously spent a lot of time and energy making this sign. Seriously, there was a lot of work put into this sign. Sadly, real life doesn’t have a spell-check button.
As I told my sister earlier, sometimes when you’re an adult and you go into the kitchen to make something for dinner and you have hardly anything to choose from, you end up making some pretty weird stuff. Case in point: tonight’s dinner was “Porcupine Hash”. Yes, I just made that name up. Yes, I know it’s brilliant, and yes, it is already copyrighted.
Here’s what I did. (When you have a $150 food budget for the month and you don’t use food banks or anything else, you get creative).
1 can tomato soup
1/2 jar leftover spaghetti sauce
3 cups cooked brown rice (short grain)
about the same amount of raw hamburger meat
a little water to rinse the leftover pasta sauce into the casserole dish
4 or 5 carrots, diced and peeled (but not in that order)
1 can of white great northern beans
Dump everything except the hamburger meat into a casserole dish and mix together. season to taste with salt, pepper, chipotle seasoning, seasoning salts, etc. add hamburger and mix well. cover with foil and bake at 350 for at least an hour.