Wednesday, December 21, 2011

"Twenty Four Hours Of Pizza": A tale of love, betrayal, patriotism,guilt, innocence, Higgs Bosons, intrigue, and, above all, LEFTOVER PIZZA!

Yesterday, on Twitter, Michael Offutt declared that he would never believe that there is leftover pizza in my house without photographic proof.

As it happens, Sweetie had a meeting with the boys' teachers yesterday, and they ordered in pizza. So there was an entire pizza waiting when I got home from work. Let's see what happens!






Later...







A little later...


*See FOOTNOTE!







Still later...







Still later...








Hey, what's that? But wait... there's more!

Later...




Later...


The Sweet Taste Of Victory... and LEFTOVER PIZZA!



*FOOTNOTE: The trip to McDonald's was after the health club. It was a reward for Mr Bunches, who (the health club playroom reported) had done "really well" sharing a puzzle with another kid. So when I said "Where should we go as a reward for good sharing?" Mr Bunches said: "Krabby Patties."**

**That is what he calls McDonald's.

6 comments:

Grumpy Bulldog, Secret Agent said...

Wow, the black and white really makes that arty. If it were in motion it'd be like an art student film.

Andrew Leon said...

McDonald's=krabby patties?
>blink<

And why did your shake erupt?

Briane P said...

@Andrew: Sponge Bob works at the "Krusty Krab," which sells burgers called "Krabby Patties." So Mr Bunches when he was littler assumed all burger places were "Krabby Patties" and we've run with it.

Andrew Leon said...

I do know about Sponge Bob. Even if it is sort of vague knowledge. But I do know about Krabby Patties. My curiosity was the relation to McDonald's. Which brings me to my next question: does that mean McDonald's or just any burger joint?

Briane P said...

@Andrew: It's just McDonald's. He won't eat any food at any other restaurant.

Also: I forgot to address the shake. That's a kiddie cone; Mr Bunches gets it but rarely eats the whole thing. The cone melting is my artsy way of saying "time is passing."

Andrew Leon said...

That's kind of cool... ice cream art. That's a bit like sand art on the beach. Maybe that can be the next big thing.
After peanut butter and peppermint.