Anyway, I've been wanting to do a post about this since the gruesome discovery last week because I'm just totally baffled by it. Today marks the perfect day to do so.
I buy bananas. A lot of bananas. I buy them because they're cheap, with the size I buy they're about 100 calories, they keep me full and they allow me to get a fruit serving in each day. Oh and I can usually buy a bunch and have them last me a week. Key word being USUALLY.
Last week I bought a bunch, I believe on a Monday. They were still slightly green, but edible. I came home from work on I think maybe Wednesday or Thursday to this:
For one, why only the bottoms of the bananas???? And why on only two???
And how did it happen so fast? I mean literally in the span of 8 hours the tips of these bananas went from yellow to black!
How does that happen?!
I considered just slicing them up to the black part and still eating them, but I couldn't bring myself to do it. Something was obviously terribly wrong with these bananas to only have had the last inch of the banana completely rot in less than a day. I most likely would've been poisoned by eating them, so I threw them out. Before you yell at me through your screen for being so wasteful, I only threw out the two obviously poisoned ones, I did eat the other one.
In other news, I just got an e-mail from the Coach Factory Outlet indicating that there is going to be a gigantic exclusive invite only online sale tomorrow at 2PM.
I went to the site. I fell in love with several of the bags. I need a new bag for the winter. My ATM card will probably be hidden under my mouse pad so that I can place an order while "working". I've had a surplus of cash lately, may as well spend it on a purse that's way too expensive....right?
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