October 3, 2009, 2:10 pm
So Tove is off learning how to judge Tae-Kwon-Do competitions, and the kids are roaming the neighborhood like jackals (or maybe they’re upstairs reading a book. Who knows? I take a “hands off” approach to parenting).
So I’m stalking the kitchen looking for food, my trusted canine companion by my side. My prey hides quietly on a remote shelf, but I outsmart the cardboard packaging easily (along with the NASA-designed internal metallic pouch), and am soon ready to feast on the guts of some random Indian lentil stew.
And that’s when it hits me.
A quiet rattling emanates ominously from inside the nutritionally uninteresting outer shell as I’m about to discard it. I go on high alert, and ancient instincts immediately raise my adrenaline levels. What’s going on?
So I look inside, and in addition to the metallic pouch with the actual food, my meal has come with a CD full of (and I quote) “Authentic Indian Cuisine”. No, wait! Underneath that it says “Indian Classical Duets”.
Which brings me to today’s title: “WTF?” Have I been leading an unusually sheltered life, and this is actually normal? What’s next? Happy Meals that come with Beyonce CD’s?
Now I’m intrigued, and considering going through our other indian ready-made meals. Was this a one-off? Or had I not just noticed before, and do all those $2.99 pre-made indian meal pouches come with these odd musical accompaniments?
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