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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Leftovers

Welcome to the 6th floor.

Today's contributors are: Ann, Sara, Tabitha

Subject: 6th Floor Sins: Gluttony


Okay, help me find room in the fridge. Billy...Billy? Hey...where'd the guys go?”


They went to Catalina's for a drink. They claim they need to unwind from the trip to Jersey.” Tabitha says, putting down a huge tray of food and hanging up her coat.


Figures. Well, help me find room for all this food. Sue really packed us the Billy sized doggie bag.”


There was enough to feed an army!”


And we took home enough to feed at least a small platoon.”


I'm sure it'll go faster than we think. Especially if we don't feel Billy otherwise.”


We're going to have to toss stuff to make room in this fridge. Think I can take out some of these beers?”


Probably. We don't really need to have...what is that, 30?! Beers cold at one time.”


Beer's meant to be drank warmer than that anyway. Nix some of it.”


Don't think Frank will be annoyed if we remove it?”


He could've helped, instead he bolted for the bar.”


Wow, is this a whole tray of Baked Ziti?”


Probably goes with this entire cheesecake...sans one slice.”


And I believe that one slice was mine..Did Sue really just pack up all her leftovers and hand them to us?”


Certainly looks that way. I have a whole plate of deviled eggs here.”


Those don't last long. Better put them here.” Tabitha gestures towards the counter.


I agree.” Ann says, popping an egg into her mouth.


Oh, a large plateful of mashed potatoes. Craziness.”


Didn't Sue say she was going on vacation tomorrow actually?”


Right! She's going to St. Louis with her husband. I guess that's why she gave us all the leftovers.”


Did you notice everyone on the train eying us? I think we made the whole train smell like food.”


Probably.”


1 comment:

michaelpanda said...

one of my favourite memories from thanksgiving when i was a child was when my father would make deviled eggs. they were so delicious... oh.... memories. delicious, savoury, eggy memories :)

i suppose i could make some myself, but i am kind of lazy. :P