I was dying for another waffle even after my awful experience with the waffle from my hometown diner I frequent. But this time I chose to go to the newly discovered diner in my hometown and try one of their waffles instead on this particular occasion.
I got my order to-go and, as you can see, when I got home I wasn’t about to eat this goodness without first checking the bottom of it in case any of Herman’s relatives recently passed away.
Obviously, I lucked out this time and there were no bugs on the backside. Hip hip, huzzah! Whew! I can’t tell you how scared I was lifting this bad boy up to check for bugs in the first place. Bugs should be the last thing on my mind when I’m at the ready to eat a waffle.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, enjoy a waffle from your local diner but inspect it well before picking up your fork.
Take-Away Life Lesson: It’s always good to make sure there’s not a bug burial site hidden in your waffles.