if i was a good blogger i would have posted about the article my very significant other had published in the bollard as soon as the paper hit the news stands in march. instead the entire month passed by and i didn't post anything. so here it is, april and a new bollard will be hitting the stands soon and i am only now telling you about the amazing piece on all-you-can-eat chinese buffets my husband wrote.
my devoted following knows i am not a good blogger. what can i say? i am lazy and that is a big part of it. there are multiple things each day that occur and i think to myself: "random people want to know this pointless thing about me." but i don't write about it. also i have a job in which i spend the whole day on the computer without any real down time to fuck off and surf the web or write a blog post (a slow morning has provided me with a free lunch to post this entry).
so i can say i am vowing to write more about food and mundane occurrings in my life. but i probably won't. and you probably don't really care either way.
in any event, check out the online version of seth's article: from super great to super soggy.