I absolutely hate thinking about what Generation I’m from, but the other day it hit me as hilariously funny. I’ve been feeling funky. I had a very specific craving. I wanted a roast beef sandwich on a baguette with some horseradish sauce and provolone cheese. Roast beef was like $7 at the grocery store so I veered away from that craving HARD.
I still had the bread though. And my MIL came home with like… ten avocadoes. If anyone knows Avocadoes, they are expensive and fickle things. They’ll be green as the grass one day then suddenly ripe and if you don’t use it THAT day, it’ll start to rot. One of the days, there was about three ripe and I made my family some guacamole. Which was destroyed and gobbled up in a day. Haha, very delicious especially when made with homegrown tomatoes.
The next day there was only one ripe so I made myself toast. I put some cinnamon and sugar on some of the bread for my SO. Then I ate avocado toast. For breakfast and then again at lunch. Because apparently I’m a millennial now. That’s the joke, isn’t it? We destroy industries and only eat avocado toast.
I did it! I was sort of bland for the morning. And then at lunch time I was still really not feeling anything heavy. So I did it again… but I did it the way I looked up online. Because if you’re going to do something, you should at least try to half arse it. Apparently, you’re supposed to mash it, which I did. So… at this point, I sort of feel like avocado toast is just smearing guacamole on toast?
Haha, I won’t really go into anymore Millennial talk. This was more about the joke that I ate avocado toast for the first time. I like Avocado, it’s tasty. I’ve had it in sweet form before. Boba smoothie. But dang are they expensive. I don’t think we have the heat in Tennessee to grow a tree though. SIGH.
Thanks for putting up with my silly notions. I think I’ll probably talk about reboots of my childhood in another post. Tell me something you find amusing as a Millennial!