Captain’s Log 6,138
The white trash book club breakfast was a hit! I was concerned that the tater tot “casserole” would turn out. Then again, how hard is it to ruin tater tots?
It was…..divine! They ate almost the entire pan! I think even Dangerspouse might have like this (even though he has probably never eaten a tater tot in his entire gourmet-adoring life).
Not mine but it looked just like this.
It was sooooo good! With salsa!
And so were the chocolate milk and the donuts.
And then there was the birthday cake! We cannot forget the birthday cake! Big Sister Mia arranged for a cake to be delivered! OMG! We also had chocolate-covered strawberries and peanut butter Rice Krispie bars covered with chocolate.
But the best thing about the morning was Cards Against Humanity. What a disgusting and truly funny game!
It’s a random question and answer game. One person reads the black question card. Everybody else submits their best answer card for that question. All the answers are read and the question asker gets to pick the one he or she likes best. If your answer is picked, you win the round!
Here is a good example of a really great answer to the question: ____________ kid tested and mother approved.
Here is another good answer. I don’t know the question. It doesn’t matter. I think this could be used to answer just about anything. Even the “kid tested and mother approved” one. Or…… “A romantic candlelit dinner would be incomplete without…..”
People who play this game are HORRIBLE! Just HORRIBLE! It is definitely not for kids. I am not sympathetic toward the father who brought this game to his daughter’s 16th birthday party and was aghast at what he found. What about “a party game for horrible people” did he not understand? It is written right on the box!
So, we entertained ourselves AND my neighbors on both sides for about an hour. Good thing it was morning.
But the very best moment of the day was when one of our club members walked in for the party. She had a benign brain tumor removed in November and has been recovering slowly but surely. To have her sit down and enjoy the food and the game filled my heart with the most amazing joy. Bless her!