Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Some People Just Love To Read Themselves Talk


Worker #3116: What is that? Chicken Parmesan?
Coworker #3116: No. It's just a chicken dish.
Worker #3116: Do you ever make chicken Parmesan?
Coworker #3116: No.
Worker #3116: Do you ever make eggplant Parmesan?
Coworker #3116: N--
Worker #3116: I do! I make an amazing eggplant Parmesan.
Coworker #3116: Well, maybe you should bring it in one day.
Worker #3116: No.
Coworker #3116: Maybe you could make it and have us over for a dinner party.
Worker #3116: I need a dining room table.
Coworker #3116: No you don't, we could just sit around.
Worker #3116: I sit around every night! Why would I want to do that? You're just trying to get invited over so you can watch my T.V.
Coworker #3117: What's going on?
Worker #3116: He wants me to make him dinner while he watches my T.V.
Coworker #3116: Why don't you have a dinner table?
Worker #3116: I have a table, but it only comfortably seats two.
Coworker #3116: And that doesn't count as a dinner table?
Worker #3116: Of course not. It only seats two. It's like a breakfast nook table. You're an idiot.
Coworker #3117: Mabye you could have an "everyone brings their own T.V. tray" dinner party.
Worker #3116: Are you kidding? You're an idiot, too. I only have cultured people over.
Coworker #3116: Are you saying we're not cultured?
Worker #3116: ...
Coworker #3117: Oh, and Clown Coffee is cultured?
Worker #3116: Yes.
Coworker #3116: Well, I don't have a T.V. tray anyhow.
Coworker #3117: Me neither.
Coworker #3118: I have one. My Grandma gave it to me.
Worker #3116: See. You're trash.
Coworker #3118: But I also have two dining room tables.
Worker #3116: Is one of them in the front yard?

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