Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Proverbs from the Chinese X

Do not let yourself be drawn to uneasy crumble today.

Another fortune cookie text to leave me slightly perplexed. What is "uneasy crumble", and why should one not be drawn to it today? (Tomorrow might be ok, I guess.)

Once again, this coincides with the three words from 3WW – crumble, drawn, uneasy.

– Leonard "Crumble" Blumfeld

7 comments:

Sheilagh Lee said...

LOL great poem

joanne said...

An unusual chronicle.....'uneasy crumble'...hmmmmm

Berowne said...

Clever fortune cookie text...

Rinkly Rimes said...

I know exactly what an uneasy crumble is. It's when one has made rhubarb crumble and forgotten the sugar!

Lilibeth said...

All I could think of was being tempted to eat a large, crumbly cookie and feeling uneasy because I'm supposed to be on a DIET.

Leonard Blumfeld said...

Thank you all for reading and commenting! I especially liked the rhubarb crumble w/o sugar idea - that is an uneasy crumble indeed!

PS: I'm usually under such time pressure that I do not manage to visit other blogs, even though I very much would like to :(

rallentanda said...

I hope your 'UNEASY CRUMBLE' is transformed into lovely honey combed violet.
PS
A violet crumble bar is honey comb covered in milk chocolate in violet packaging..guaranteed to keep your dentist in expensive ski trips for the rest of his life.