I made smoothies today. Since I include a little of this and a little of that, they never turn out the same, even when I use the same ingredients. Rudy would prefer a more consistent method. He would also prefer that I use the exact same ingredients day after day, even though I have told him over and over that the ingredients are SUPPOSED to be different each day. And for some reason, he thinks I try to sneak in extra healthy things (Like that's a bad thing???). When it comes to making smoothies, he just doesn't trust me.
Our smoothie conversation today went something like this -
R: I don't want you to add anything extra. Just make a regular smoothie... the kind I like... with ONLY the things I like.
I whip up a masterpiece and take it to him.
R: What's in this one?
D: Spinach, mixed fruit, protein powder.
R: You didn't add anything else right?
R: What's this? (points to a bubble in the glass) Is this something you added?
D: No. It's a bubble.
R: I hope you didn't add anything.
D: OMG. Do you think I'm trying to poison you or something?
R: (He smiles, but still looks suspicious.)
D: Taste it. (He does.) It's good isn't it?
R: Yes. (He's drinks it down and I drink mine, too. It's really good.)
I may or may not have added a vanilla Ensure, which he insists he doesn't like. The man needs some extra calories and vitamins. He can't live on cinnamon buns alone.
I have no idea why he doesn't trust me. Even though I am generally incredibly honest, he knows perfectly well I have no problem being deceitful if it's for his own good (or if it'll get a good laugh). :-D