No lunch is like a death sentence for me

lunch.jpgMy husband is so busy right now with work. He has a very important client to attend to. Meetings here and there, coming home at nearly midnight. I can’t even call him any time during the day since Sunday. Yesterday, out of the blue he called me from a mall saying at last he’ll be having lunch. The time was already 3 pm. He said he and his clients had not taken lunch for the past two days simply because they did not have the time to do so!

What? Personally, I would not be able to concentrate if I am hungry. I’d not function properly if not nourished well. No time for lunch? What’s 5 or 10 minutes of eating? What meeting can be more important than having proper lunch?

Sometimes, I can’t understand the work culture of the Japanese!

6 thoughts on “No lunch is like a death sentence for me

  1. Same here…everyone else is indolent compared to them. But I’ve heard that recently, the late-night-still-at-the-office practice of Japanese is more for keeping up pretenses. Going home early even if you’ve finished your job already is frowned upon.

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  2. My husband is the same. Have you seen Paul Chek’s work on diet and nutrition? he believes there are three basic metabolic types – protein, vegetable and mixed. Proteins live to eat – that’s me. Vegetables are happiest if they eat a couple times a day, mostly veg and fruit. Mixed are a mix of the two. I bet your husband is a veg. šŸ™‚

    On a Limb with Claudia’s last blog post..Lust.

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  3. I would die if I didn’t eat lunch (especially while working). My hubby on the other hand can have a piece of toast for breakfast and eat nothing til he comes home at 4pm or later. Of course he’s starving then, but he could take something with him! I don’t get it!

    Cool fountain, by the way, sorry no cool name for ya!

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