A Conversation for Lunch
Researcher 104433 Started conversation Dec 14, 1999
When I was napping in France after a big lunch, I was awakened by the local(Boulbon)banker who then proceeded to propose marriage because I looked so peaceful after eating. He said his digestion was bad and he needed someone to calm his processes after meals. What do you think I said?
Mustapha Posted Dec 14, 1999
It depends. What's the French for "Get stuffed"?
Researcher 104433 Posted Dec 15, 1999
Do you use GE lecithin in those brownies? I only knew the french for bite a cockroach, so that's what I said.
Mustapha Posted Dec 15, 1999
TopAssassin Posted Jun 1, 2004
Is lunch not, acording to the Lunching Friars of Voondoon, the centre of man's temporal and spiritual day? And, if so, mustn't one avoid eating in disreputable establishments such as that? That is like attending Mass at the local rubbish heap...a sacrilege...tsk tsk
wanderingshadow Posted Sep 15, 2006
Time is an illusion. Lunchtime doubly so.
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