Monday, April 01, 2013

Bear with...


Grandma and the young at Thai restaurant.
Thai waitress:  second class duck!
Grandma: why can't we have first class duck?
The young: COURSE Grandma! 
Grandma: Oh God I'm not eating horse.

The duck was delicious:)
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26 comments:

Scarlet Blue said...

I'm not eating bear!
:-)
Sx

OldLady Of The Hills said...

LOL, LOL, LOL!!! I love it! So happy to hear the Duck was Deee-licious!

And WELCOME BACK, my dear. You were missed, but I hope you had a very very Good time!

Kevin Musgrove said...

Glad you had a good time.

Welcome back!

Pat said...

Scarlet: quite right!

Naomi: it's good to be back after all the excitement. Had a great time but no way could I live in London.

Pat said...

Kevin: thank you:)
And the winter rages on!

Rog said...

Who's the glamorous young thing ... on the left?

Pat said...

Rog: that's the one who's not safe to let out in the big city.

Guyana-Gyal said...

Hello beautiful young girl, so you went to London and did all sorts of things? What did you see, hear, feel? I've heard that horse meat is delicious, haha. So said one Swiss friend.

Chef Files said...

Tis nice to see such a beautiful smile on that very pretty face once again hen. It's as though the sun has finally come out over oul England.

Vagabonde said...

Great picture!

John Greenwood said...

You look delightful! Glad you enjoyed yourself, and, no I couldn't live in London either! x

Pat said...

GG: I'm sure we had horse meat during the last unpleasantness and I'd rather eat spam.

Chef: you're back! I'm glad:)

Vagabonde: you're very kind:)

Ponita in Real Life said...

Lovely photo, Pat. You look great! As does that young man of yours. I'm glad it was duck and not horse... and first class duck at that! Too funny!!

@Scarlet: Bear is actually very good. I know people who hunt and have eaten quite a bit of wild game. Moose is excellent as well. :-)

angryparsnip said...

Wonderful to see you, having such a nice time.

cheers, parsnip

Pat said...

Ponita: thank you. Tom is ace and took a day off work to take Grandma to town.

Parsnip: it is amazing how one can till laugh and have fun - in spite of the gaping hole.

Marjolein said...

I'm glad you liked the duck! :)

savannah said...

so glad to see you again, sugar! xoxoxoxo

The Unbearable Banishment said...

Look at you. Still such a pretty smile and all. Nice to see you aglow.

mapstew said...

Beautiful smile, beautiful lady. :¬)

xxx

mapstew said...

I just noticed, you and grandson have identical smiles. :)

xxx

Mage said...

Oh, delightful.

Pat said...

John: I missed my scrabble:)

Marjolein: it beats horse any day of the week:)

Savannah: likewise. xoxoxox

Map: that's nice to hear:)

UB:it's nice to come back to friends:)

Mage: and to see you:)

Nea said...

We can get horse meat here if we want it, bear too, but I'd stick with the duck, unless elk (moose) or reindeer were being served?

Sounds like it's colder there than here, even if we do have more snow.

Sending lots of big, warm hugs.
Xxx

About Last Weekend said...

Oh lovely Grandma - that reads like my mother's texting

Gadjo Dilo said...

Horse is actually quite tasty, Pat. Was this an April Fool - 'second class duck!' - played on you by the Thai waitress, or was her accent so strong that she was trying to say something else entirely?

Pat said...

Nea: I suppose elk and moose are similar to venison?
Warm hugs are good ; we stikll have this fearsome wind.

ALW: at least she can text - I can't yet.

Gadjo: no I was the clot who was not attuned to her accent. Every one else understood her. I was the April fool. She was saying second course duck.