Getting Through Some Things


Have you ever took the time to look at your nuggets? As I was trying to dig them out from their tray the other day, I had quite a bit of time to look at them. They're obviously molded into their shape. They're all pretty much the same. My question is why that shape? They're like little North Americas. They certainly don't look like a part of a chicken. I don't think they should, for that matter. Wouldn't they be better-off just making them ovals like in their old add campaign (pictured left)? Here's what most of them look like:



Yesterday I found one that looked a bit like this:



I think back to that woman who found a chicken head in hers. That thing was huge. Most people wouldn't notice this one. Now, I'm not 100% sure that this is anything but an odd shape, but I wouldn't eat it.

Now that I've gotten through that, I figure I can get a little off topic. I'm scheduled to work on Thursday, so I'm left with quite a bit of time between now and then. They'll probably call asking me to come in at some horrible time in the morning. UPDATE: They just called me this morning. My phone wasn't with me, though. My mother asked me why they didn't leave a message.

"Mom, these people... they're Neanderthals... and Neanderthals... they don't leave messages."

So, you know that blog I wrote about a few days ago, well it still intrigues me. I guess I should put the disclaimer (or rather I should have) that it can get a little racy at times. It honestly isn't about that, though. The biggest draw, in my opinion, is how odd it is. It's almost like a book adapted to blog vernacular. It's like reading a professional author using lots of exclamation marks and missing a couple commas, here and there.

Iris, since you still haven't opened comments or provided an e-mail address, and I know you read this, I'd like to tell you that if you're not dead set on acting, you should consider writing.

Maybe I'm just havering.
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12:32 PM, August 02, 2005

Sorry this is a comment about Iris's blog on your blog, how rude ;) But I agree that when I read through the archives of her blog it was like reading a fiction novel. I actually started to question the authenticity, just because of how it was written. That does say an awful lot for her ability to write, and I agree she could certainly consider that her career.    



2:25 PM, August 02, 2005

No, that's fine. There has to be comments somewhere. I would question the authenticity, but there really is no motive. I've heard that romance novels sell like hotcakes, but I think she could do something heavier, like the great American novel. You know, Sam Clemens was a bartender and Walmart 1 hour photo developer, too. Anyway, I hope all this begging will convince her to allow us to comment.    



12:55 AM, August 03, 2005

Funny thing about that chicken head.
It happened in a McDonalds about 5 minutes from where I grew up and call 'home'. I've been to that McDonalds quite a few times.
I heard she set it up and knowing the area I wouldn't doubt it.
Those are crazy people.    



9:42 AM, August 03, 2005

Thanks for your flattering words. I do have to work on my comma placement, I suppose. I appreciate your compliments however on my journal and your comment on it seeming like it was written by a "professional writer". I laughed, but that was really kind of you to say.    



9:44 AM, August 03, 2005

P.S. I liked the illustrations you have been adding to your entries lately.    



11:01 AM, August 03, 2005

You have two people who both honestly think you have great potential as a writer. The comma thing doesn't matter; I was just saying that that's how blogs are written. I'm usually very careful about my grammar, but I haven't even read over any of my entries. The way you spell "each other" made me question everything I knew, though. It is two words, even if Microsoft Word says otherwise. Semiseriously, though, if you'd ever want to cowrite the great American novel, just e-mail me.

Thanks for the comments about the sketches. They're really quite horrible, but they add color (even if only in black and white) to the site and hopefully grab readers' attention. I lose most readers with the long posts. I might as well give them something to look at as they wait 30 seconds.

The chicken head thing did seem to be sort of odd, in that some kid would have had to pull that out of the bag, jam it into the slots of the fryer, pry it out, dump it into a tray, pick it out of the tray, and put it into a little box.    



7:44 PM, August 03, 2005

You've hit on one of the bizarre facets of American commercialism. No one believes those nugget molds are natural occurrences. I'm sure there was a marketing study to determine the most appealing chicken-like substance shape.

And people purchase them ... and consume them in mass quantities with no thought as to what they are actually made of.

I eat them, too. Feed them to the little ones, even.

But, I think, if you're going to go to all the trouble to mold them into a shape, why pick an amorphous blob? Why not have some fun with it.

Make some that look like Abe Lincoln, some that look like cars. The possibilities are endless. Like, for movie tie-ins, they could make Darth Vader nuggets or Spiderman nuggets.

I don't care what they're made of.

But let's have some fun with 'em!

Maybe you could use your insider position to help achieve this. Are you good with clay at all?

Maybe you could mold some into simple shapes ... octopii and shit.

What do you think?    



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