Starting with Tuesday: Water heater went bust. Ate out. Got sick. No more Chipolte (aka McTaco) anymore…that is the second time we got sick after eating there.
Wednesday: Tried to go into work. Plan did not jell. Neither did content of digestive tract. Damn McTaco. Came home. Laid on couch and consumed tons of water and Jell-o.
Thursday: Woke up. Felt great. Went to work. Went out to dinner. Got sick again. Gave up. Back to Jell-o and water.
Friday: Woke up. Ate some Jell-o. Starting to hate Jell-o. Went to work. Ate a sandwich out of desperation. Didn’t die. Yeah!
Saturday: Got up. Went to farmer’s market. Hit a huge pothole (sinkhole) on the way. Had to replace two tires. Went home. Ate Jell-o. Went to bed.
- Fruits that float in Jell-O: fresh fruit such as bananas, citrus sections, sliced peaches, apples and fruit in light syrup.
- The people of
Salt Lake Cityconsume more Jell-O per capita than any other city in the . (Obviously Mormons eat at McTaco a lot too!) United States
- In "The Wizard of Oz," the horse that changed colors was actually six horses sponged down with Jell-O. (Need a quick Halloween costume? You know what to do!!)