So people, about six weeks ago I started a job in an office. As opposed to my working in my comfy chair in my living room where I’ve been firmly ensconced since I moved to LA and also, ever since I got the old celiac diagnosis. This meant controlling my food environment from my chair was pretty easy. Now? I’ve got these treats to contend with on a pretty regular basis. I know! Isn’t my office awesome, unless you have a gluten problem? Look at what else is going on here.
I had no idea how much gluten was just hanging around your average office. Get a load of these –
If only I could eat gluten, I would never need to buy breakfast, snacks, or dessert ever again! All of this gluten is like supplemental income for people who can eat it. Check out my co-worker.
That’s Paula, and she’s going to have to pay taxes on all that free cake.
There were three cakes in our office today, people. THREE CAKES. It was a birthday celebration, but it’s also the third birthday party to take place complete with amazing treats since I started. No, I’m not going to tell you where I work, because you’re going to try to drop by pretending to want directions, and instead eat all of the cake.
So far I’m pretty whatevers about this whole gluten glut on account of my brain is dead due to the starvation. But at some point, I’m going to start sneaking some gluten-free goodies into that joint. What should I bust out first, the Twix brownies or the deep-fried Kool-Aid? Because it’s happening. Oh, it’s happening.
How do you deal with gluten up in your business?