Hey boys and girls, it's time for the first installment of "Caption This" on my new blog!
Leave a caption for this picture. In a day or so I'll throw all the submissions into a head to head vote and the winner will receive
a goldfish named Fred
a fantastic fake prize handpicked by me!
Stop. You're doing it wrong.
Now just stop! I can't help it that my hair matches the apron stripes better than yours. You should have been there at the meeting to vote on the outfits!
*this one is just for fun - grin*
You're right! When she just stopped her blog like that, I was like 'whoa'! Thank goodness she's back! I would have freaked without her!
Ya know, I wish our aprons were multi-colored... like a rainbow ;-) *grin*
"So last summer at band camp...."
Damn -when I open blogs using firefox, often I can't view the photos people have there -which is the case right now with your new "caption this" thing. But right now -and for about the past week now, I can't open my blog on IE -where I would be able to view the photos (that's not an issue for me there) but I can't get my blog to open completely using IE lately. It sets up so far-almost completely -and then it zips off and produces a page that says it is unable to find that url! Irritating, yes -VERY!
And the number one rule in fast food catering is "make sure your back is facing the customer when you spit".
Blonde-"Now, remember, the most important rule is: When you do something wrong, just adopt a blank stare, bat your eyes & flip your hair. You'll instantly be forgiven!"
Brunette-"Ah, now I get it!"
"I know...we could lose a lot of business if people on the outside ever knew about this. So just remember, what happens here...stays here."
Wait, you have to let the water boil first before you pour it on the teabag!
That's it now stay calm, relaxed. See the food. Be the food.
"And Rachel says, 'Wait, Monica, you're going about this cooking thing in the wrong way!'"
you know customers first?
Now hold on... We're NOT going to do this like Lucille Ball did, on I Love Lucy!!
No no no. It's left arm in, left arm out...
I don't know what they're saying, but I'm almost sure it's in French.
"I know these aprons are ugly! But, don't worry, no one we know comes in here."
and make sure you rub gently.....in a circular motion
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