In the midst of 3 days of torrential downpours and 40 mph winds, we made it out one night this weekend, if for no other reason than to give us a little break from building our ark and gathering animals.

During the shopping portion of the program, J used his mad man-skillz to immediately locate the “man sitting area.”

He’s working on a very impressive slouch.

On the way to eat dinner, A suddenly exclaimed “I want to eat dinner there!” And just what was her desired eatery?

I’m partial to the cake batter ice cream for dinner.

At dinner, K said she wasn’t very hungry, so she was just going to get a appetizer for her dinner.  Unfortunately, the restaurant industry has forgetten that “appetizer” means “A small, light, and usually savory first course in a meal.”  Instead, it seems that they now define “appetizer” as “A huge, heavy pile of food that could feed a small third world country, or at least two American teenaged boys.” 

This was her “appetizer”

They were call “loaded chips.”  And “loaded” meant saturated in cheese, sour cream, bacon and some sort of lard-like product.

It also came with its own defibrillator.

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3 Comments on “Clear!”

  1. carpoolqueen Says:

    Mr. CPQ and I had appetizer dinners the other night on our date: Wings and nacho cheese dip.

    When you’re done with your defib, send it down the road.

  2. vivienne hubbell Says:

    AHHHHHHH…. There was a time that this would have sounded just great !! But alas we have evolved into less self indulgent adults.

  3. quotation marks Says:

    Where have I “gone wrong?” I need to take some lessons from K. But the sound of the word “defibrillator” sounds a bit intimidating to say the least.

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