After quite the conflicting thoughts I had with myself about how hungry I am on scaled of one to ten, and how much I really needed food, or if it was food that needed me, after a while curiosity got the best of me and I found myself googling terms like "how long a human can survive without food" "Survival tips" and "quick and delicious" I decided that not only did I have to eat, I deserved to eat it was now a right of mine, that I should take advantage of. The next step was to choose either something warm or cold, the family pantry unfortunately is full of organic, dry foods, the fridge is full of milk substitutes and cold food that needs to be heated. I didn't know if I wanted a sandwich or something that required a lot less work while eating, the sandwich asks for so much attention it wants foreplay first, preparing and eating the crusts firsts, and then it wants to be picked up everytime you want a bite out of it. You can't just show up and expect it to go into your mouth, no not at all not this food it want's to be picked up gently but it doesn't mind being dropped with a little force after you're done with it, because it also has it's kinky side. Alas, I wanted something with a lot less commitment involved, I had a craving for applesauce but it was no where to be found, of course it is a sunday the day the applesauce has gone to find himself, it left a note on the fridge were it questions the meaning of life, and why he can't be with the other apples who hang so gracefully in the fruit sling across the kitchen, it then suggests for me to go out and find another, it has left a coupon taped to the back of the note with applesauce puckered lips printed on the corner. That's out of the question. All the cereals in my pantry are in there last stages of life, not strong enough to survive and washout with milk, but too crumbly to eat dry, I suddenly remember my estranged love for soggy cereal and begin to dig through boxes and cans of forgotten food and THEN I find it, the box that had been waiting for me was it years? days? waiting for me to remember I had bought it, waiting for me to open it and pour it in milk and heat it up approximately two minutes, oatmeal it was and let me tell you it was delicious, not complicated at all.