Friday, August 17, 2012
For something more to eat
Here's the thing about sushi. It never renders you full. You never get that feeling of maxed-out-ness that accompanies the eating of almost any other meal. My usual lunch is a sandwich or a burrito. And if I ate two of either of those things, I would be groaning with discomfort, and would probably be unable to finish the second one. So you see what I mean. But I ate a large tray of sushi for lunch today -- silly waste of money, although delicious -- and I am still fighting off the feeling that there should be at least that much more. I am not full. I am neither physically full, as to stomach, nor is my sense of hunger assuaged. I keep looking around, mentally, for something more to eat.