My husband complains that I never listen to his ideas. My complaint is that he never (okay, rarely) reads my blog. So here’s one of his ideas, we’ll see if he notices…
Tonight I made an interesting discovery: popcorn shrimp.
Some people take things a little too literally, perhaps. It wasn’t bad, though. Brings back fond memories of the time my British friend excitedly ordered fish and chips in a little inaka (rural) pub in Japan…
I saw them coming first.
I watched his face next, to witness the moment he set his eyes on them. The fish…
And the cheesy Doritos. Fish and Chips, can’t really blame them… but you can if you’re British.
Still, taking things literally can be fun:
Happy Friday everyone!
6 thoughts on “Popcorn Shrimp, Literally.”
You know, I think that would be quite yummy!
It was pretty good! My only complaint was the shrimp to popcorn ratio (there needed to be more shrimp).
I once described a data definition language to a colleague as being “painfully literal”. After much pain, he grasped what I was talking about.
I’m not sure I grasp what you’re talking about! Haha. Maybe it will cause me pain when I figure it out.
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