Monday, September 07, 2009


Buffets confuse me. Even more than menus.

What really is the correct strategy?

1. Pay due respect to every cuisine offered. Indulge in small quantities of everything.

2. Take what you like, at that moment. Ignore the rest of the dishes.

The problem with the former is that you over-indulge. Walking back becomes very difficult.

The problem with the latter is the cruelty and discrimination inherent in such decision-making.


Kislay said...

The correct strategy would be to not eat for 24 hours , and then go medieval on every item on the menu .

Anonymous said...

Another good strategy is to not bother about not being able to walk back easily, eat small portions of the main course , and LARGE portions of dessert and salad!

Confused n Baffled said...

@kislay: i see you are one dedicated to the cause. sounds good.

@anon: dessert AND salad. two things that dont go together. very odd...

Anonymous said...

No no. 2 things that you normally never indulge in, being a poor little college student. QED.

Confused n Baffled said...

@anon: happy that you are anonymous. i can have the pleasure of calling you names now.


Anonymous said...

But you FORGOT to call me names?

Meh. Soon to be 22 fool.