Your Morning Laugh: Pasta is Really Difficult
9:46 am, June 28th | by Grace Rasmus
Life is just too exhausting sometimes, ya know? After a long day at work, you’ve probably used up about 90 percent of your energy and brainpower for the entire day. You spend three percent of that remaining energy making sure you get on the right subway home and another two percent walking up the stairs in your elevator-less apartment. Once you finally get inside, you slump on the couch and turn on the 100th episode special of the Real Housewives of Orange County that’s been sitting in your DVR since Tuesday, ready to lose yourself in the wonderful world of rich-lady drama.
Then you get hungry. You reluctantly leave your TV right as Gretchen starts dishing about what Vicki really did in Puerto Vallarta and you spend the final five percent of your energy slaving over box of pasta. Twenty minutes later, it’s finally done. You pick up your fork and… NOPE. That’s it. You literally have no energy left. You cannot physically spin your wrist to swirl the pasta onto your fork because it’s just too damn tiring.
Luckily, you had anticipated this situation arising, so you pulled out your trusty Lazy Swirly Fork Savior (not to be confused with the drill fork from Scrubs). Because why would you ever spin carbs onto your fork yourself when you can just buy a genius contraption to do it for you for only three easy payments of $10.99?