Do you make lunch?
Does anybody make lunch?
I've always thought of lunch as just sort of a substantial snack which is legal - because everybody knows you're supposed to eat lunch. You just grab something on hand that you've been wanting to eat, and call it lunch. Slice of almond cake? Lunch! Last night's left over bbq meat? Lunch! Heck, even a handful of Fritos can be called lunch - if you eat it with a handful of carrots to balance it out.
Going out to lunch is awesome. I love lunch out. But lunch at home is pretty much a non event for me.
Now that The Brain is working-from-home about 3 or so times a week, lunch is beginning to annoy me on a whole new level. Because he actually wants something lunchish for it.
He doesn't really expect me to make him something, per se, he just wants to know whether or not there's a plan. And 99.999999% of the time, there IS NO PLAN. And sometimes it annoys the crap out of me to have to say that out loud. Because that implies that there possibly should have been a plan, and I should have been the one to make it.
Also since I started Weight Watchers, they think I should have a plan for lunch, too.
(And yes I have already connected the whole need for Weight Watchers thing with the whole Fritos-for-lunch thing. Thanks for your concern.)
Does anyone actually plan lunch? Should people plan lunch?
I do plan dinner. That's good enough, right?
Lunch should never be planned. Lunch is on-the-fly.