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I was too busy for lunch, but for dinner I had a 20 oz. Hefeweizen just minutes before take-off.
“i don’t know….thai, chinese, sushi…..i just want to use chopsticks.”
My hot tip for catching up with long lost friends is simply to become unemployed, email everyone you know to tell them you are looking for work and then sit back and watch the dinner invitations roll in.
Finally, after several hundred generations, the banshee’s husband learned when to have dinner ready for her.
Minimalist Jones once had a horrible squabble
With a turkey that’d never quite learned how to gobble,
The turkey just stood there, eyes straight ahead
Understanding not a single word that was said;
It’s Thanksgiving, you see, Minimalist Jones told the bird
Who then fluffed up his feathers, as if maybe he’d heard,
You don’t have to like it, we can just call it fate,
But you, my fine bird, will be served up on a plate;
Some say the turkey pecked Jones on the knees,
Then opened his beak and let out a big sneeze;
Others say he blinked as Jones grabbed his red neck,
Flapping his wings as he screamed, “What the heck!”
Riley looked at the plate of food (which, incidentally, was piled quite high) and plopped his head sulkily into his hands before rolling his eyes and whining ‘chanking’ in tones that were both accusing and questioning as though, somehow, the futile protest would magically transform the content of his dinner plate.
When your dinner is so laden with bird chile flakes that tears run down your eyes as you locomotor the noodles under your nose en route to your mouth, it becomes difficult, if not impossible, to cry for real.
The Treehouse was not the most luxurious dinner venue, but with a bottle of wine, a blanket and panoramic views of the English countryside, it promised to be the most romantic.
It feels as though we should wander from room to room haunting our own lives, making dinner, folding the laundry.
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