Thursday, May 18, 2006

Confessions of a Dangerous Mind

I want to steal the fancy tupperware that someone has left in the office kitchen all week. There is nothing I don't love about tupperware and it's the only thing that I am tempted to "lift" from the office...

I don't know how much longer I can be strong! IT'S COMPARMENTALIZED!

6 comments:

Not An Artist said...

Oh my god. I thought I was the only one. Fancy tupperware you say? Interesting...

Jean-Anne said...

I love tupperware. In fact some might argue that I am the tupperware queen, I have tons. Yet I don't ever remember buying it. Funny isn't it.

Andrea said...

If it's been there for a week, it's free game. You will love it more than the mean person who abandoned it.

Steph said...

One year that's what I asked for at Christmas. Tupperware rocks. I love all it's stacky neatness.

I wonder if they would let us drink beer and knit at a tupperware party?

Aunt Martha said...

Don't be sucked in by the promise of tupperware!

Wait until you have 30 seconds to pack a lunch for work. You open the cupboard and are confronted with a tottering tower of bottoms and tops - none of which match!

IMHO, Tupperware is yet another corporate lie to make you believe you could be organized - if only you were a better person.

Wannietta said...

I buy it at gargare sales, I have most of what my Granny had when she died and I actually sold it for awhile (free kit - comes with strings that dangle even more T. in front of you to make you keep selling). Poor Kerwyn didn't realize how much T. or yarn that I had until he had to move -large- boxes of it when we moved.

And I need all of the help I can get to believe that I am a more organized person!! I know that I'm not and I'm not a very convincing liar, so I need all of the corporate assistance that I can get.

No name on it? If the issue of ownership arises, you can always say that it looked just like yours. And once you have it, it will. (okay, maybe I'm a better liar than I thought)