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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by ukoldgit, Dec 3, 2018.
This story could be set in Seattle.
LOL. I've been training the kids here at work for years. They stalk the halls, head down, apparently counting the carpet squares. A loud "GOOD MORNING!" will often cause them to jump suddenly and walk into a wall. The old geezers you learn to leave alone as they often will soil themselves.
It is fun to play Phone-Zombie pinball too. See a zombie (head buried in cell-phone, earbuds jammed in, etc.) walking along in the hall, take his lane. His/her peripheral vision will cause him/her to make a mindless avoidance correction. If you time it just right, they'll move right into the path of someone else. You get 10 pts. for a collision, 5 pts for banking one off a wall and 1pt for a stumble. Loss of points if they actually look up.
Oh my, whatever shall we do?
I was in London once. Stopped into a pub for a bite and pint. The very nice young lady who took my order spoke to me. I couldn't understand a word she said.
She had red hair, so I suspect she was from Ireland. i tried speaking Japanese to her but she just looked at me as though I was speaking French or something.
I finally resorted to writing on a napkin. She in turn wrote down her phone number. At least I think it was her phone number.
what good was that going to do if I couldn't understand a word she said.
But I decided that Londoners are very friendly.
T'Leopard's a reight nice pub an' all.
Kinda mean dontcha think...
Yes, no doubt. My heart is full of unwashed socks.
And your socks are full of unwashed Hearts
Hope your chipper Thruppers?
Not too bad Olders, mustn't grumble...
Could so very well have been about Stockholm, all except the headbutting I think....
doesn't that entirely depend upon whether the participants happen to include a Dane?
Or better yet a Norwegian! With all their oil and natural gas resources, driving their Tesla and saying Hi to people!