Friday, January 22, 2016

January 2016

If you’re a kid (or adult I guess) with a kraut sensitive nose, all you need is one of those old-school pocket change holders. You know the rubbery oval-shaped ones with the longways slit that you squeeze to open. Ask your grandfather of great grandfather if you’re not sure what they are. All you have to do is empty it and squeeze it and wear the slit by insert your nose before you release. Now you can enjoy walking around the house without the full-on olfactory assault. It also works for blocking the smell of cooking turnips. And yes, I did come up with this as a child in a time of absolute necessity.

Here are a few quotes to think about, “There is a lot of harm in trying something new. That’s why we test out drugs and cosmetics on bunny rabbits” Dr. Sheldon Cooper of The Big Bang Theory. “A soul patch! The dingle-berry of the beard community!” Wes Cole

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