Thursday, October 18, 2007

you are what you eat

Internet Reporter: Good afternoon, denizens of the Internet World, we are coming to you live from Jen's cubicle where we are about to discover what Jen had for lunch today. As you may recall, Jen and her best good friend Sanna often engage in lunch challenges.
Today we went first to Sanna's office where we learned that for lunch she had the following:
an italian hoagie, well packaged, generous with the lettuce, THREE slices of tomato, wrapped in plastic and placed inside a 12 inch, soft white hoagie roll, from a united way sale. very good salami, good cheese, 2 mayo packets, 2 mustard, AND a tiny little travel cup of red pepper sauce that NO ONE ever gives out anymore

Now on to our live interview:

Internet Reporter: Good afternoon, Jen. It's nice to see you again. The last time we spoke you had just killed a snake. Anymore instances of snake killing to report?

Jen: Hello Internet Reporter, I am pleased to tell you that my house/bedroom has been snake free for quite some time. But I'd really rather not speak of that since snakes give me the willies.

IR: Moving on then, we just came from the offices of your best good friend Sanna and she has thrown down the "Lunch Challenge" gauntlet. What did you have for lunch today? The Internet World wants to know.

Jen: I'm so glad you asked me, Internet Reporter, I had sweet and sour chicken with pork fried rice from "The China King - we deliver". CHALLENGE!!


IR: Sounds good but a trifle ordinary. Not impressive enough to win the "Lunch Challenge". What did you have for lunch yesterday?


Jen: Yesterday, I had sweet and sour chicken with pork fried rice from "The China King - we deliver".



IR: Nope, I'm afraid Sanna is still in the lead. How about dinner? What new and exciting meal did you concoct for dinner last night?



Jen: Ah, dinner. For dinner I mixed it up a little and had chicken and broccoli, green beans and white rice.



Jen: From the Chinese Buffet.



IR: !!!!



Jen: My husband came home from work last night and suggested we go out to eat. To the Chinese Buffet. And even though I had Chinese for lunch I said "yes, let's go"

Because if there is one thing I've learned in 13 years of marriage, it's to jump at the chance to go out to dinner!!


IR: Ah so.

IR: It looks like Sanna is the clear winner, and if we are to believe that old adage "you are what you eat", then you must be Chinese!!

Jen: 是蠢貨!



Jen: 早晨好對

Jen: 我將有您下次, Sanna!



IR: Until next time, this has been the lunchtime edition of Internet Reporter Interviews: Chinese Jen

4 comments:

Dana said...

ChinJen I must side with your choice.
No, I'm not sucking up for more fabulous Krimpets...okay, well maybe...however, I loves me some Chinese food and even better going out to eat.

Eating, just eating is good.

Sanna, the hoagie sounds fabulous though when no Chinese can be delivered.

mannyed said...

SANNA PROVES TO BE A HERO-IC; Jen struggles with Chinese

Blogland - Jen, the fearless blah, blah, blah could not beat Sanna at this week's Lunch Challenge Throw down, and appears to be headed for a mid season slump. Meanwhile, Challenger Sanna brought her everything to the plate, including her own condiments and generous produce portions. Jen was no match for the travel cup of red pepper sauce and double faulted with Fried Rice. Jen Fans hope she will pull out of her rut and hopefully bring in Pizza or something not Chinese before its too late.

By Blogland Reporter.

3 Parrots Island said...

You. Crack. Me. Up.

Blogging in Chinese? I mean, you're reaching blogging heights I could never dream to achieve.

I bow to you, master of all things fabulous entry.

TeacherBee said...

Hee hee! So do I need to leave my comments to you in Chinese now?