Yesterday I asked if this was a bag of candy or a bag of chocolate:
But to give you the reason, let’s step back in time:
Friday- I made a Target run, where I bought several household items and the above bag of Halloween treats. When I got home, I was too lazy to get the step stool out to put the treats on the shelf in the cabinet so I sort of tossed it up and hoped for the best.
Saturday morning- I enter the kitchen and see the above mentioned bag on the kitchen counter. The conversation is as follows, as the bag remained unopened.
Me: Did the bag of candy fall out of the cabinet when you opened it?
Me: The bag of candy that’s on the counter. Did it fall out of the cabinet?
I scratch my head, wondering if I’m indeed having a senior moment and just didn’t put the candy away yesterday. I’m thinking back to if the bag was on the counter when I made dinner the night before. FYI- I have almost no counter space, so I’d really need to question my sanity if I didn’t remember.
I toss the bag on the dining room table.
Husband: Yeah. That fell out of cabinet when I opened it
Me: But I just asked you if candy bag fell out
Husband: it’s a bag of chocolate
Semantics argument ensues.
Husband: you’re the only one that calls that a bag of candy
Me: Challenge Accepted
And then you know the rest…..
Thank you to all who participated in my survey. Candy was the predominant answer, though my favorite answer was “dinner”.