If you have talked to me for more than 4 minutes you know that I hate JJ Abrams, fluffy white stuff, people who push elevator call buttons that are already illuminated, people who continuously push the crosswalk button as if that is going to make the light change faster, and gluten. As surly as I am at times you would think the list would be longer but alas, I only loathe those five things. Gluten is a weird thing to hate though. It is so delicious that I have a hard time hating it and in fact it is only my rational brain that hates it. I am very emotionally attached to gluten. It is like a bad relationship. You know you should give it up and you try but every once in a while you are home alone on a Saturday night feeling sorry for yourself and you just pick up the phone and dial and before you know it there is an amazing pizza sitting on the table and you are back to square one. My wife just shared an interesting article with me though about just how long the effects of allergens can affect you if you have an adverse reaction to them. I was surprised to see that it was so long. This may help some people understand why their “but I went like 9 days without grains” argument doesn’t hold as much water as they think.
Check it out here.