Expiration

Heyyyyy everyone! I am ready to start the weekend, how about you? Nothing hectic has happened (so far) this week, but I always welcome Friday and his/her buddies that follow. Since the work week is ready to expire, here’s the “Friday5” meme all about expiration.

1.What was the most recent thing to go past its expiration date in your pantry?
I haven’t checked my pantry lately (by pantry, I guess I mean my cupboards), but I think the bread I have in my fridge has expired.

2.When does your excitement about the new year usually expire?
On January 2nd, actually. After that, I’m ready to just move on.

3.What valued possession seems to be on the verge of expiration?
– My “Bangles: Greatest Hits” CD and my “Pulp Fiction soundtrack” cassette.

4.When does your current driver’s license expire?
In March

5.What subscription, membership, permit, policy, or other dated document are you most likely to allow to expire next without renewal?
I have no idea. Hopefully I can remember to re-elect my dental insurance before the time window expires, but I don’t plan on actually allowing anything to expire.

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3 thoughts on “Expiration

  1. Pantry summons up visions of a Victorian kitchen.

    “Oh, Lord Smyth, I shall retreat to the pantry to see if I can rustle up a cheese board for you and your guests! I recall we have some gamey stilton hidden in there somewhere!”

  2. Laura: Oo yeah, love going to the DMV! Although the people at the DMV near me aren’t too bad.

    Tim: Is it wrong that I had to look up stilton? The cheese board reference apparently wasn’t enough of a reference for me. :D

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