Many of you know Cookie from my previous blog stories because let’s face it, he’s more exciting than me! What I can tell you is that this cat loves boxes, so much so that he’s willing to drag a piece of cardboard around the family room and pretend it’s a box.
What’s even weirder is that Cookie has some food fetishes that I wouldn’t expect. For example, he basically attacked Josh because he has maple syrup on his plate. I was also shocked to catch Cookie’s entire face in our tub of “I can’t believe it’s not butter” spread. It was clear he was having a great time eating the stuff, something I didn’t think I had to watch for when preparing breakfast.
Now, for my confession. Tell me if you’d do this too…
It was a new tub so I just used a knife to take off the top. Yes, it was gross but I also didn’t feel like spending another 3 bucks or whatever those things cost.
I’ve been planning to post my review of David Spade and Aziz Ansari’s books (both good), but I haven’t obviously gotten to it. The good news it’s because I’ve been spending time writing my book about customer service. I actually like how the chapters are coming together, which I couldn’t say before. It’s a humorous real-life approach, not academic but still something I could see leaders and trainers using to get to the next level. I start the book talking about truth or dare and how boring I was in high school. How can you go wrong with that?
Well, until my book review I will leave you with Cookie and his strange eating habits. He is leaning towards voting for Ted Cruz, since Trump called him a p-ssy yesterday. He feels they have something in common.