Thank you for stopping by to read my blog. This morning I’d like to speak about a cold, my omelet, a time to not work out, and the Full Throttle caffeine I’m going to have to buy at the gas station. Last night, I had a sore throat kicking in, something signaling a cold was on its way. With a bit of Nyquil I drifted off to sleep but I knew this morning would be tough, and it was. Nonetheless, I had to press forward with perseverance and grit, working hard on the day ahead.
This morning the omelet needed to be crafted in a way as to thwart the cold. It needed to be done with grace, tranquility, and ease, along with unfettered enthusiasm. To the omelet I baked in a shredded cheese, specifically Big Y’s “finely shredded Mexican style four cheese blend.” Using advanced thought techniques I quickly deduced that this was a four cheese blend.
On the delicious cheese I cut up some “red onions,” rich in flavonoids, healthy nutrients claimed to ward off several diseases, possibly even certain types of cancer. To the top of the omelet I added some ketchup for a bit of tomato. There is stuff in tomatoes that supposedly helps protect against prostate cancer, so I figure Ketchup will as well.
With the omelet, I added some amazingly good bacon. I love bacon, and I’ve even written a poem about it called, “An ode to bacon,” you can read about it by clicking on, “An ode to bacon.” Anyways I had four scrumptious slices which help give me some healthy fats in my time of need (fighting a cold / low grade fever) along with keeping my heart guessing. I like to mix it up.
The English Muffins
The English muffins were added to the breakfast. There is an old saying, “feed a fever, starve a cold,” or maybe its the other way around. I can’t remember so I feed everything. I figure my immune system needs the simple carbohydrates to provide it energy to fight any cold virus. That’s my logic and I’m sticking to it.
Ester of Wood Rosin
I also added a Full Throttle to the breakfast, picking one up at the gas station on the way to work, or I will, I’m actually typing this while eating breakfast. Let’s just pretend I picked it up already.
In the past, Full Throttle energy drinks had something called, “ester of wood rosin,” a magical mixture of unknown qualities. I’m sure it helped fight off a cold. Just kidding, I have no idea what it is.
Anyways, as of late I haven’t seen this magical ingredient on any Full Throttle cans I’ve bought. That’s probably a good thing. However, in the past Full Throttles have always had the ability to get rid of a cold, something about the nature of the ingredients. Without the “ester of wood rosin,” I’m not sure this will still be the case, one can only hope.
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Disclaimer: I took the featured image after I had already eaten my omelet, it was just so tasty. Sorry about that. Also, yes, yes, I know I need to stop the energy drinks and switch to coffee. I’m trying to cut back slowly as part of my New Years’ Resolutions. Anways, thank you for reading, I hope you found what you were looking for.