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'''It''': Good afternoon, Sir. Are you ready to order?
  
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'''He''': Yes. For starters, could you get us some naturally curly fries and
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grad student barbecue sauce?
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'''It''': And the main course?
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'''He''': Sense of proportion for me, and gumption for the lady.
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'''It''': We have a house special today, Miss. You get free advice with
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gumption.
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'''She''': No, thanks.
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'''He''': I'll take the advice. I love advice.
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'''It''': I am sorry, Sir, but free advice and a sense of proportion don't go
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together very well.
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'''He''': Why is that?
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'''It''': I don't know, Sir, just something my mother heard from her mother.
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'''He''': Funny. Sounds like the sort of thing this lady here used to write on
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her life page.
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'''It''': You have a life page, Miss?
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'''He''': Not anymore. Two links under and resting in pieces.
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'''It''': Sorry to learn about the death, Sir.
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'''He''': Oh no, not dead! Just stunned.

Revision as of 12:24, 14 October 2007

It: Good afternoon, Sir. Are you ready to order?

He: Yes. For starters, could you get us some naturally curly fries and grad student barbecue sauce?

It: And the main course?

He: Sense of proportion for me, and gumption for the lady.

It: We have a house special today, Miss. You get free advice with gumption.

She: No, thanks.

He: I'll take the advice. I love advice.

It: I am sorry, Sir, but free advice and a sense of proportion don't go together very well.

He: Why is that?

It: I don't know, Sir, just something my mother heard from her mother.

He: Funny. Sounds like the sort of thing this lady here used to write on her life page.

It: You have a life page, Miss?

He: Not anymore. Two links under and resting in pieces.

It: Sorry to learn about the death, Sir.

He: Oh no, not dead! Just stunned.