Food always tastes better when you eat it outside.
Unless there's a sandstorm, I guess.

“Like this book, the dictionary shows you that the word "nervous" means "worried about something" -- you might feel nervous, for instance, if you were served prune ice cream for dessert, because you would be worried that it would taste awful -- whereas the word "anxious" means "troubled by disturbing suspense," which you might feel if you were served a live alligator for dessert, because you would be troubled by the disturbing suspense about whether you would eat your dessert or it would eat you.”
― Lemony Snicket, The Ersatz Elevator

If your day absolutely has to have worry in it, may it be of the nervous, rather than anxious variety.

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