A friend of mine, who works with paper, recently mentioned that Modge-Podge "highs" were what she considered to be an occupational hazard. I joke about my own. When teaching a needle-felting class I make the same lame joke about it being akin to "at-home phlebotomy", given the number of times the needle draws blood. There are the finger nips from the band saw to deal with too, but you know which one really makes me squirm?
Acorns play host to grubs and come fall when I'm working with acorns, I'm working with grubs too.
Now, Green Deane says they're edible, a little chewy like fat when raw, and buttery once cooked (don't cook them too hot, they'll explode o_O )but I'm just going to take his word for it. My chickens, on the other hand, LOVE them and that works just fine for me.
Have a good Monday all. I hope the rest of your week is less weird than this post.