• You can dress us up…

    We dropped Whiny off at the movie theater, so he could see some teen brain candy thing with his friends, and then Pepperkat, the Mrs. and I headed off in search of a place to sup. Our first choice, Barnhill’s Buffet, was packed to the gills. So, we drove around in typical fashion:

    “Where do you want to eat?”
    “I dunno. Where do you want to eat?”
    “I dunno. Where do you want to eat?”
    “I dunno. Where do you want to eat?”

    Try an hour or two of that the next time you want to get rid of that pesky will-to-live feeling… We finally decided to go to Steak and Ale for the logical reason that they have warm brown bread.

    Things didn’t start off too well with our waiter:

    ME: So, tell me, what kind of ale do they have at Steak and Ale?
    HIM: Um, ale?
    ME: Yes, my good man, ale. Perchance do you have Guinness? (I refrained from the ‘Mmmm…’ part.)
    HIM: I don’t think we have ale.
    ME: *sigh* Iced tea, please.

    Yes, there was no ale at Steak and frickin’ ALE. Sucks to be me, I know. In spite of that, dinner was lovely and proceeded in an orderly fashion, until the inevitable reared its ugly head:

    THE DREADED AFTER-DINNER CONVERSATION.

    Pepperkat: My bicycle helmet’s cracked. I need a new one.
    Mrs: You need a new helmet?
    Me: You’ll need a spear to go with it…
    Pepperkat: Spear and magic helmet!
    Mrs: Spear and magic helmet?
    Pepperkat: Magic helmet!
    Mrs: Magic helmet?
    Pepperkat: Yes, magic helmet! And I’ll give you a sample!
    Me: *giggle* Shhh! We’re making a scene…
    Mrs: Oh, but Westah, you’re so wovewy…
    Me: Yes, I know it…I can’t help it…
    Pepperkat: Oh, Brunhilde, be my wuuuuv!
    Me: Um, check please!

  • Friday, January 24th, 2003 at 23:02 | #1

    Hey, at least they had steak.

    Right?

  • Friday, January 24th, 2003 at 23:24 | #2

    I have the MP3 for that whole frickin’ thing on my G3.

  • Friday, January 24th, 2003 at 23:26 | #3

    I knew you had taste, Bill.

  • Friday, January 24th, 2003 at 23:34 | #4

    why dont you ever take your dopted kids to dinner? ;p just kidding but you know i could make a scene that would get you kicked out of the steak and ale…lol

  • Friday, January 24th, 2003 at 23:47 | #5

    Tastes like chicken, but then doesn’t everything?

  • Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 00:02 | #6

    let’s face it. i’m tired. steak? but i thought evil blood-sucking fiends didn’t need steak…
    (or Guinness. why are you drinking that nasty dark thick as tar stuff, anyway? blech. double blech. that’s Satan’s beer of choice, btw. blech blech…belch. ooh, ‘scuse me.)

  • Ric The Schmuck
    Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 08:28 | #7

    I personally would start a protest. Steak and Ale without Ale? There ought to be a law… wait! Deceptive advertising! That’s it! Run with it! 🙂

  • Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 10:42 | #8

    That’s our favorite opera by Buggs!! *lol* My parents and I used to crack up at that everytime we watched it!! Remember how MASSIVE Bugg’s horse was?? LMAO!!! You guys sound like my kind of people!! Crazy all the way!!

    PLUS, I love the bread at Steak and Ale!! Super yummy!!!

  • Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 11:58 | #9

    The after-dinner conversation was brilliant, my good man!

  • Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 20:10 | #10

    weee-toooiiin, my wuv! *ahem*

    guinness isn’t ale. it’s stout. they didn’t even have newcastle?

    and did you make up for it with the mud pie?

  • Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 22:26 | #11

    I give up. First I can’t remember that Easy Mac’s got powdered cheese, now I call Guinness an ale… Being a wiseass is hard work!

  • Jody
    Saturday, January 25th, 2003 at 22:47 | #12

    No ale (or stout) at Steak ‘n’ Ale? Kill the waiter, kill the waiter, kill the WAI-ter…

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