An East Coast girl goes Midwest on your ass.
Thank you Andrew! I'd say you are in the lead, but I got Sven's presents from Vienna today. Nothing makes my day like chocolate liquer and the look on my boss' face when he asks, "Is that a photo of...Sigmund Freud on your wall?"
and I know I misspelled "liqueur" *sigh.
Of course, Andrew, there's still time to up the ante.
Andrew does not know what that means. And if you stopped having a bit of a tipple the minute you get home, you would not have such trouble with spelling.
Yes, well, it's rather difficult to get piffy on three tiny shots of liqueur. Which is all that tiny bottle held. We're going back and getting a larger bottle, because it was very delicious.Also, the tea is divine, and because it has no caffeine I can have it at night. Yes.
Oh, and Andrew, "up the ante" means do one better than Sven. AAAaaand begin.
I got you caffeine-free tea? What is wrong with me?
I know! I kept reading the ingredients, and although they are indeed in German, I think "tea" is pretty easy to spot.It's really a liquid potpourri!And it's ever so tasty.So the plan is we visit Vienna next summer, I meet a gorgeous Viennese man, get married, move to Vienna, and you and Andrew come visit all the time.
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