my roommate left this in the fridge:
the tone in my voice should be read as : oh, thank god! i was afraid B was gonna throw it out.
yes, it is grey-ish in parts. but not entirely, which is why it ended up back in the kitchen instead of being added to the nearly depleted guacamole bowl in front of guests actively chatting it up at Family Diner (not a typo. it's like Family Dinner but without the pressure. or actual relatives present.*).
one of us will totally eat it. probably not Courteous Me (unless it's still there in a few days) because i already ate the other half. most of it. there's that thing that happened where i ate all the Green parts of the Green and GreenGrey and GreyGrey and DarkGrey parts, but then with the Green parts gone, the GreenGrey parts looked not so grey compared to the GreyGrey parts, so then i ate those. and what did i have left? GreyGrey and DarkGrey, which, by the light of the sun struggling to be heard thru the perpetual nimbostratus, look remarkably not all that grey really. . .
insert really meaningful text about how, when judging whether or not to put something in your mouth, it's really important to take into consideration all your options as they stand there juxtaposed but not to the degree that you're completely overtaken by compare/contrast instead of taking each individual option as a stand alone tract complete with viable traits and a dedicated place/purpose in the world.
did i mention i am a food texture person? as in, the crunchiness, smoothness, grittiness, lumpiness, chewiness, etc etc etc is basically how i categorize food. crunchy and smooth are my protein and vegetables.
did i also mention that i am under said weather and my taste receptors are firing at half their full capacity? mmmyes. . . .
while you're at it, maybe touch on how, when options slim and your third choice is placed right next to your 66th choice, number 3 rockets to the top like there's no tomorrow, so there really is something to be said about perspective and relativity (not in a directly einsteinian way, i'll save that for another sermon).
for. the. record.
no, i did not eat the entirety of the cool silky smooth avocado innards.
i only ate most of it.
with crunchy (chips, if you will).
*save for the occasional sibling.