Yes yes yes. We also saw the Times article today about how people get grumpy when they're hungry (who knew!), and we also saw the article's third paragraph:
"I'm sorry, I was hungry" has become a culturally acceptable way to apologize for brusque behavior. Chelsea Gay, 29, who works in communications in Toronto, said she relies on it from time to time. "Once I identified those symptoms," Ms. Gay said, "I was able to say: 'I'm really hungry right now and I'm really sorry. Just give me half an hour and I'll be fine.'"
The only reason we haven't yet written about Chelsea Gay's appearance in — where else? — Thursday Styles was because we were hoping we'd hear back from reporter Stephanie Rosenbloom, to whom we emailed a few questions about her new, unfortunately named source.
But Rosenbloom never replied. We presume she's away from her computer, out somewhere interviewing Park Slope Dyke.