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  • Observation

    Posted by Jonathan on May 23rd, 2010 (All posts by )

    If you are holding a cabbage in one hand over a bowl of dirty water in your kitchen sink, and you are holding a knife in your other hand and using it to trim the bad parts from the cabbage, things may not end well.

     

    8 Responses to “Observation”

    1. tehag Says:

      You should end this story by telling us you still have your fingers.

    2. Tatyana Says:

      Tehag – if he didn’t get himself a housekeeper to wash his cabbage for him, do you suppose he hired a secretary to type in this post? Even with abundance of free “intern” help these days I doubt it…

    3. Jonathan Says:

      Superglue is amazing!

    4. Michael Kennedy Says:

      Buy better quality cabbage.

    5. Robert Schwartz Says:

      Sorry Jonathan.

      My kids laugh at me for using super-glue medically. But it really is great stuff, and it works on all kinds of places where band-aids can’t get a purchase.

      I have learned to hold a bagel on the cutting board in order to cut it.

    6. Tatyana Says:

      Robert, this is what you need:

    7. Tatyana Says:

      I can’t insert picture in teh comments…OK, then. Here.

      Jon, the housekeeper is more versatile.

    8. Jonathan Says:

      To clarify:

      -Cabbage quality was OK. My fault for keeping it too long before use.

      -Fingers are OK.

      -Dropped cabbage displaces large volume of dirty water.