Ketchup is The Devil's Work

Just leaving the shipper. I’ve been here since 07:00. It was supposed to be a drop & hook. Geez. I just don’t seem to be having much luck with drop & hooks lately, do I?
I picked up from a company that’s known primarily for its ketchup. I mention this only because I have discovered, while walking across the parking lot, that the aroma of cooking ketchup disturbs me on a primal level. Maybe I’m not used to a condiment being the primary smell. The aroma of hot ketchup should only be experienced when it’s an accent to meatloaf or french fries. There’s something fundamentally wrong about the smell of hot ketchup on its own. That’s the devil’s work.

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