Thursday 9-6

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How about spaghetti? Any objections to that?

Noodles: Boyds
Pasta sauce: Katie
Parmesan cheese: Katie
Salad & Dressings: Melissa
Garlic Bread: Missy and Vi
Dessert: Jill
Drinks & Ice:

Melissa…how are you doing on plates, cups, and silverware?….do we need to have someone sign up for that too?

Sounds good to me! I can do Pasta sauce and parmasean cheese!

Vi and I would like to contribute the G. Bread.
Can’t wait to see you guys!

Blah! I don’t like spaghetti! Why might you ask? (Thanks for asking) I feel its more trouble than its worth (its a really cheap meal after all). Its too messy and people look silly fumbling over the noodles, spinning the spoons, and slurping the noodles. What do you even need a knife for? I feel like I have to wipe my mouth after every bite.

If you like the taste so much why not eat LASAGNA? Now there’s a “quality” (copyright by Ryan Swinford) meal. Heck, its got layers! You can cut it into bites and its not messy. With lasagna, everyone preserves their dignity at the dinner table. Spaghetti really is the poor man’s lasgana (no offfense to poor men). Garfield never went crazy over spaghetti. Really spaghetti’s only claim to fame was its bit role in Lady in the Tramp.

I’ve been carrying this banner for years. People ask “How can you like pizza and not spaghetti? What about lasgana? Its not much different than spaghetti. Its all Italian pasta.” My response, “[gasp]…for shame.” Lasagna actually originated as an English dish (called “lasan”). The italians stole it just like the French stole the croissant from Austria (bet you didn’t know that either).

Anyway, before I begin to ramble…(crickets chirping)…for the future, when you hear others say they want spaghetti, be a true friend and follow Doris Roberts words by giving them what we all need, “life, laughter, and lasagna.”

Um…so what’s for dessert?

So….do you want to make the lasagna then!?!? Or did you want the spagetti? I am confused….
As far as dessert goes…..not sure. What would you like your majesty?

Sounds to me like Jason just signed himself up to make the dinner menu every week from now on!

I’ll get salad stuff…(why am I the bubble kid that cant eat anything but lettuce! :) ) If you have any dressing at home, bring it. I got cups last week so I there are plenty of those…I can just grab some plates and silverware..no biggie. And if paper towels will suffice as napkins, then we are guuuud 2 gooo. :)

Chet and I can bring the noodles & we have a bunch of paper plates at our house so I’ll bring some of those.

Oh well, you can’t win them all. No big loss though. On another note, today’s my dad’s 60th birthday. I think I’m going to head down and surprise him in Warner Robins, so I guess I won’t be there tonight after all. I could have possibly been enticed to stay in town (with a nice pan of lasagna) but I guess we’ll never know. I’m sure its all for the best. Enjoy your messy spaghetti. Blah.

Much love (just in case no one really gets my humor),
Jason

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