Writing Can Be Murder

December 22, 2006


Filed under: Uncategorized — jenniferelbaum @ 3:06 pm

So I’m standing in line at the supermarket minding my own business when all of the sudden I got smacked in the face.


So I look around, ready for a fight, but there’s no one there.

And I realize there something cold and kinda gooey sliding down my face. Ewww!

So I look up to see if the ceiling is falling or something.


Then I realize everyone around me is either in shock or laughing.

I got smacked in the face with a refrigerated biscuit!

Projectile dough!

You know the kind. The ones that come in a can and you “pop” the can and then bake them.

Apparently the can had been in a woman’s cart in the next line and had spontaneously exploded (hitting only me of course!).

So far this week a book fell on my head, a biscuit



  1. OMG! The universe seems to be out to get you lately. First a book, now refrigerated dough. This is definitely some kind of message. Sounds to me like, “Get cooking!” LOL.

    Happy Holidays. I hope you don’t get smacked by anything else. 😉

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — December 22, 2006 @ 7:11 pm

  2. On Christmas day we were on Route 80 heading towards the George Washington Bridge when a SUV came hurtling towards us at full speed! I was convinced that it would be the third thing to hit me. Thankfully hubby stayed calm and steered clear.

    How does one go the wrong way on an eight lane highway?!

    Comment by Jennifer Elbaum — December 29, 2006 @ 2:04 pm

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