...so off to Bo Loong it was.
There are probably other places to get dim sum in Cleveburgh, but I don't know of them. It is not a meal I go out for a lot, so my exposure is limited to begin with.
As a rule, we opted to skip the chicken feet. I'll assume my readership, as a collective, are ok with this.
We went alone, no spouses, and we went on possibly the hottest day of the year. I mean, when it's 93 out, who doesn't want carts of steamed food to be brought to your table side?
I'd have to check with David, but I'm thinking 90% of everything we selected was shrimp-based.
While the food was good, it is the company I go for. As annoying as we can be alone, or together (yes David, it's true! it's true!) we are great fun to be around - not that anyone was with us to validate or experience this.
If I say so, I think our conversation was fairly low-key. It has been brought to our attention by spouses and other family members that we can be a bit much when we are together. I don't see it. Perhaps our ADHD is in sync (bye bye bye!) and we know each other's line of thought, but others might not. I totally get that. It's been my problem all of my life - with or without David.
Still, we like an audience - and yes, I'm speaking for David. It's hereditary, I'm afraid. So next time there will be spouses or
I won't say the highlight of our outing was when I used the restroom, but it did give me time to get a shot of the stall wall. It took me a few seconds, but it made me laugh.
Song by: Alison Krauss + Union Station
this post really got me laughing. in sync - bwahahahaha!
What? No Melanie Griffith jokes?
Melanie Griffith isn't an Aryan! Oh....you mean from 'Working Girl'. Yes, I considered the reference and picture, but the Gooooogle images were lame and unless you REALLY knew the movie, you wouldn't have gotten what was going on from those shots.
An *NSYNC reference? Really? Really?
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