The Importance of Butter : Farmsense and Horseplay

The Importance of Butter

by Cassandra Menesez on 10/08/18

Me: I had an anxiety episode at the grocery store today.

Kevin: [disinterestedly] Really? [then a more concerned] Why?

Me: I almost forgot the butter again.

Kevin: [ fully focused on the subject at hand] + [somewhat loudly] You forgot the butter?

Me: No. I just became aware how close I got to not remembering the butter again and I had a feeling of terror come over me. I didn't forget the butter tho. I bought 2 pounds to make up for it.
Kevin: Okay, that's good. I was having anxiety about it too.

Both : [Laughing with equal enthusiasm]

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