Last night, I opened the freezer to answer that eternal question: "What's for dinner?" I knew that we were most likely out of chicken nuggets, aka my favorite meal, so I had pretty much come to terms with not having that. But when I looked inside and saw a glorious bag promising Great Value chicken nuggets, I giddily turned to Patrick and exclaimed, "When did you get nuggets?" His face fell immediately, tipping me off to the ugly truth. The bag held only three nuggets, which, though by some would be considered a snack, I recognized as a mere tease. Without any further discussion, he said, "I'll be back." Before leaving, he did check to see if we had mac and cheese, because everyone knows that nuggets without mac and cheese are just shredded and fried chicken parts. We didn't, so he planned to get both while he was out.
Upon his return, he grinned at me and said, "I bring chicken." Strangely enough, he then said, "Oh, no." Whether by ESP
Has your husband ever (without prompting) made two special trips to the store to make sure you have your favorite meal? Do you feel the same as I do about nuggets without mac and cheese? Did the phrase "fried chicken parts" turn you off to chicken nuggets