So, I have been going to the bathroom every hour since I ate a so called “dirty” bagel. So here is how it goes…
I took a bagel from my wife so she could securely hold Ben after church. Judy Pursley told me that Ben said that Bagel was “dirty.” Now I am holding this bagel, that looks delicious. It’s after church, and I am beyond hungry. At that moment that I am chatting with Judy and Ken Goodfellow, I think that this bagel is probably not dirty. The reason I think so is because I think that Ben may have mistaken this good bagel with a different bagel that was dropped outside, which I threw away. So, thinking that my son made a mistake, and briefly inspecting the bagel, no dust, no dirt, no pebbles, looks good right? So I ate it. I figured, even if it was the dirty bagel, I’m sure it can’t be too bad, I mean I’ve done that before… I know that’s gross.
So, I ate lunch, and apparently right after lunch, my insides now feel like that want to be outside. I knew it wasn’t the subway, I knew it was the bagel. So what did I learn? My son, knows what he’s talking about. I hate to say it, but most of the time, I usually think that when it comes to decision making, my son is usually wrong or has no idea what he is talking about. But I have to realize that maybe he knows more than I give him credit for.
And the other is regardless of how hungry you are, don’t eat food that fell on the ground. I mean there are so many more healthy options out there. Even at home, I have more bagels... like.. cleaner bagels, undropped bagels. Also, that 5 seconds rule... that's a bunch of crap! You will get germs instantly in your mouth... and your stomach will hate you for it.
Yeah, nothing theological, just all about needing to do better at being healthy.
Now, I have to go to the bathroom…. Peace out everyone!
Hey this is Rev. Brian Choi's random thought throughout my week. Most of this stuff, will probably be about family, church, fishing, music, movies, food, whatever I think of, hopefully it will have some sort of theological reflection (maybe).