Friday, December 16, 2011

I Don't Know About You



 But, I don't want the guy who's standing behind me with a pair of scissors to be called "Nick."


  By the way, once we got to that breakfast place underneath Nick's they had sold the one egg that they had.  Damn.  Had to go to Denny's.  Where we had Cookie Pancakes.


**I plan on writing that missing "Family and Friends of the Penwasser Family" tonight**

24 comments:

  1. Ha!
    On my main street, we have a BJ's Alterations. I love it.

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  2. Nicks a better name for a barber than Stabby!

    When you post the "Family and Friends of the Penwasser Family" post, make sure to not add the title! We already saw that!

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  3. Is that why you wear a hat? I guess it's better to play it safe. Cookie pancakes sound delicious! Julie

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  4. My brother Patrick growing up refused to go to our family physician Dr. Kilpatrick... which kinda makes sense.

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  5. Maybe it's an ostrich egg - for sitting on rather than eating. Customers who don't want to give a tip can help hatch the egg instead.

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  6. @Lady E: Pictures, must have pictures! I love accidental comedy!
    @Bersercules: Funny you should say that. My brother (he's the one who first pointed the sign out) said almost the exact same thing. Great you picked up on that letter thing, too. The title will not be the same.
    @Empty Nest: Actually, it's because my head was all chapped and itchy. I had a Diet Coke with the Cookie Pancakes.
    @Steve: Oh, THAT is funny!!

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  7. If you go to Nick, I suspect you may want to wear earmuffs to protect your ears!

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  8. @Gorilla: Good thing it wasn't one of those "Aliens" eggs, though.

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  9. @Eva: Too late for Earless Timmy McGee.

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  10. Nick's such a horrible name in my opinion man, no offence to all those Nick's up there but I actually get your point. One egg is a crazy lack of stock for a restaurant, Denny's is better anyway, those cookie pancakes sound amazing

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  11. If you wrote one of those Christmas newsletters what would you write? Do it in a post! I'd love to hear your take on one of those!

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  12. Very funny! Can't wait to read your Family and Friends post.

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  13. someone must have egged Nick....

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  14. Yes I was wondering about that post that was blank, figured your mind just wandered away...haha

    Nick is one I wouldn't trust, but it beats Sticker or Stickling or Holy.

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  15. cookie pancakes? Dear God I want.

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  16. My in-laws are American and live in a very backwoods rural town. They have a place there that sells bait, breakfast and beer. I've eaten there but I don't think it was cookie bits in the pancakes.

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  17. I have never heard of cookie pancakes but then I am Australian and it could be an American thing.....

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  18. @Jo-Anne: I wrote a post about cookie pancakes from Denny's a couple weeks ago. They are a "no-kidding" holiday "treat." I say....YUK! http://alpenwasser.blogspot.com/2011/12/can-we-be-fat-enough.html
    @Anne: I hope they can tell the difference between the three. Where do they live? I hope it isn't in the American South. Because that would just be a stereotype. Funny, though.
    @Mark: At Denny's! You'll have to bring your own defibrillator, though.
    @Pat: Yes, my mind did wander away because I....ooh, look at all the shiny things!
    @Marlia: I think that's what happened to that one egg.
    @Barb: My plan is to write it tonight. But, the best laid plans of mice and men often go a rye. I have no idea what bread has to do with it, though. And I for sure ain't sharing it with a mouse.
    @ryoko: For my next trick....
    @Yeamie: This is what actually happened.....I went to New England this past week to watch my nephew go into the Navy. After he was sworn in and carted away (to spend what I'm sure will be a miserable 2-3 months at recruit training in Illinois), my brother, sister, cousin, cousin-in-law, and brother-in-law went looking for breakfast. We put "The Egg" in the GPS. But, when we got there, their sign said "Cash Only," so we decided to find another place. As we were leaving, my brother, Phil, says, "Hey, lookit that! Boy, 'Nick' is a really stupid name for a barber." So, I took a picture. Then we found another place for breakfast (where I had two pancakes bigger than my frikkin' head).

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  19. Just think, he could have a brother named Buzz who is also a barber and they could open a shop together- Nick & Buzz's Barbershop.

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  20. If I was Nick, that's exactly what I would do. Whether I had a brother Buzz or not.

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