Lunchtime Poll

Lunchtime Poll Truth or Dare: Doctor Who

And we come to our weekly challenge of embarassing yourself with truth or doing something daring.

Truth: What’s your weird food combo? I like warm milk with black-strap molasses. It’s delicious, but no one really likes it but me.

Dare: Respond to at least one work/professionalish email with a gif. Don’t respond to one that is so important that this little bit of silliness could get you in trouble, but, you know, if you have an internal string going about one of your favorite clients or customers and their most recent request, might I suggest:

Doctor Who saying, "What?"
You want that when?

By [E] Sally Lawton

My food groups are cheese, bacon, and hot tea. I like studying cities and playing with my cat, Buffy.

27 replies on “Lunchtime Poll Truth or Dare: Doctor Who”

In college my go-to gross-out-everyone-else-who-is-hungover food was bagel with cream cheese and barbeque sauce. I can’t tell you what it is that makes it so delicious, but believe me, it is. Every once in a while I’ll still do it at home on a weekend morning and BF gives me the side-eye…

Oh, for shame! We have such bad internet and all about servers at work that .gifs most of the time don’t_even_work. Yes I know!

On food: people think my Marmite on pancakes is strange. Or peanutbutter and jelly, which clearly means that the Empire needs to extend its reach again.

One of my staple dishes that BF loves is pure culinary blasphemy. It’s a stew consisting of diced chicken breast, chopped carrots, leeks, onions + oyster sauce and teriyaki sauce (and some water) – to be eaten over couscous or rice.

I need to send out job follow up emails and cover letters so no gifs for me. The weirdest things I ever ate were mayo and peanut butter sandwiches and peanut butter and brown sugar sandwiches. I don’t think I currently eat anything quite as weird, but I’m not sure. Its the problem of I’m from a family that eats everything but I haven’t lately had someone go ew you eat that at me.

I don’t like strawberries in my rhubarb, which I have been told is very strange. I have also been known to dip a PB and J in chicken noodle soup. In preschool they used to give us grilled cheese sandwiches with tomato soup, and we dunked them. Then they gave us PB and J and chicken noodle and this happened. I still kinda like the taste.

Bah. I grew up in Detroit’s suburbs where the primary dog toppings are bean-less chili, onions, and mustard, and I still will not put mustard on a dog. No mustard ever. (the chili and the onions are preferred, but otherwise ketchup is fine)

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