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Today the old man decides to spend the big bucks and take me out to
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This means, of course, pizza; eaten at the pizzaria.
I was dressed for the occasion: jeans, sneakers, and an Exxon t-shirt
with just one or two *small* oil stains on it. Nothing huge or in an
embarrassing spot, like just over my nipples or anything; just random
Little did we know that the dining area of the pizza shop became a bit
more formal in the evening. We had to wait by a "Please Wait to be
Seated" sign while some broad clucked and wondered where she was going to
put us inappropriately-dressed heathens.
The only table left was right smack in the center of yuppie central, so
in we went.
The table had a candle on it, burning brightly. The waiter plopped a
basket of bread wrapped in a napkin to keep warm, in the center of the
table by the candle.
At this point, perhaps I should remind you that I am blind in my right
eye. I see a grey haze out of ol' deadeye, and this fucks with my depth
We have our two youngest sprog with us. When bread baskets come out in
restaurants they lose all semblance of humanity-- jumping in their seats,
looking for the pats of butter and brandishing butter knives; so I
decided it would be best to dole out the bread for them before the little
savage^^^^darlings decided to war over the semolina.
I flipped over the napkin to get the bread. Unbeknownst to me, the
corner went right into the candle's flame; I thought it landed *next* to
My son tried to get my attention, but I told him to wait his turn while I
asked my daughter if she wanted butter.
That's when I noticed the first small flame shoot up.
Hubby plopped his hand over the little flame to extinquish it; another
larger flame shot out from the side of his hand. Finally, after swatting
and smashing the bread, the basket, the napkins, and the pats of butter,
we were able to extinguish the blaze.
Bread crumbs, bits of wicker basket, and ash were everywhere. Hubby's
hands--the knarled, calloused paws that they are--were unhurt.
I did the only honorable thing left to do to break the deadly silence in
I laughed my fucking ass off. The riotous laughter caused some built-up
flatus to quickly exit my sphincter; almost like canned applause.
My husband's eyes went wide, and then he began laughing too. The kids
held their noses. The teenager at the next table looked at me with awed
respect. The old coots at another table shot looks that should have
And I thoroughly enjoyed my pizza when it finally arrived.
As I type this, reeking of burned cotton and belching tomato sauce, all I
can really wonder is if our evening out killed my shot at gettin' laid