Choosing a meal

So, it’s Christmas, which includes meetings with relatives, decorating, talk to people you like, meet with friends and spend some (more) time together, going trips or staying home and doing something that you like on your own, now that you finally have your free time.

I forgot something most important in the list above. Eating, that is! For God’s shake people go and eat something special. Chinese, Armenian, Vietnamese, anything, you will not have that opportunity for a year. Even if it’s bad tasting, it surely is something special that you can add in your achievements. But watch out. There are people out there who know that you will be eating, and guess what! They are looking for your money!

New York Times, has published an article describing how the design of a menu can affect your orders. PEOPLE, this is a dare situation, that needs direful actions. We must take the initiative. People this is urgent. If we lose our appetite then we lose everything. We are not going again to make a choice of our own! Advertisements are all over the place, the menus were just a matter of time.

People we need you all these moments. Alone we are not going to accomplish anything. Just try to make a choice that you want the most, and forget about anything else. Do not care on what they tell you, or what they would like. Act on your own, and if you want it so much, then take that dish. Remember folks, it’s Christmas. Act as you like. Here is a video to cheer you up.



Posted on 24 December, 2009, in food & drinks, World and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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