Cheesecake Day.

Hi folks,today Friday July 30th is the international cheesecake day,sounds daft I know however I have it from good authority  as the staff of The Experience Project have informed me so.
Yum Yummy,Cheesecake,why the heck is it so blooming lovely,walking down the isles at the supermarket it can hear my approach and I swear I can hear it calling out "garvan,garvan,over here"
Yes of course I realize that this is a completely irrational thing I am doing now,making this experience however why not? If government can see fit to acknowledge national cheesecake day then I sure as heck am allowed to post my experience,
Happy Cheeskake Day to all out there,enjoy a huge slice later without the feeling of guilt,after all it is our duty!...Just a thought I wonder if they will be flying the flag today for this?
garvan garvan
51-55, M
3 Responses Jul 30, 2010

I didn't know you were a fellow cheesecaker,welcome to the club.Of course you are right,they have no calories,they have been exempted by government officials,I am going to campaign for cheesecake to be limited for only those who have attained the age of 21,such delights are worth waiting for !

I share your joy of cheesecake garvan dear :) On national cheesecake day i believe too that there are no calories in that cheesecake! Nor are there any calories on your birthday, Christmas or other holidays.. hahahahahaa... they are to enjoy and revel in ! Exploring all of the senses in celebration! xox

I`m glad I missed cheesecake day. I really hate it. It has one of those textures that I just can`t stand. Kind of like paste with sand in it. Yech! And the oh so popular fave of so many people, cherry cheesecake. I hate cherries. So, this is nothing new; my kids have known me all their lives, and for Mother`s Day last year, they had me over for dinner. And guess what the big Mother`s Day dessert treat, especially for me, was. Yup, you guessed it. I laughed when they brought it out, because I thought they were joking and had bought that for the rest of the family and maybe a small chocolate mousse for Mom. But they all looked at me and said in unison "What?" I chose to have a bowl of grapes instead, and they all said that it was okay if I didn't eat any cheesecake because it just left more for them. Not a whole lot more. Even if I loved it, I usually eat only a small sliver of any cake. Maybe 1/2 inch thick by three inches square. Divide that between 5 or 6 people, and they don;t benefit by much.