eliotglazer:

:-O

:-O

I want to abandon all of my friends, join up with the group of people in this video, and start a whole new life.

Happy birthday, Alex.

Happy birthday, Alex.

My wedding was the bees knees.

My wedding was the bees knees.

We welcome Paul Brady into our studio and into our hearts.
And my thinking was “We have to at least make it through the appetizers, because maybe when we have food we’ll feel better.” That was not in fact the case but it was wishful thinking.
Here’s your magical template. Write “Introductions!” in the subject line. (Maybe don’t use an exclamation point if, for example, one of the two people in your introduction is a grief counselor, a lawyer, a drug lord, or an escort service. I don’t know what you get up to in your free time.) Then write, “[Name], meet [Other name]. [Name], [Other name] is the person I was telling you about who [is selling item/can help with thing/is new to your area/whatever].” Then, on the next line, on its own so it is VERY clear, write, “I’ll let you two chat!” Then sign the email with something like “Have a great day! [Your name]” You (should) have provided your acquaintances with sufficient evidence that you do not wish to be included in their email chain going forward. If they STILL reply all, email “ARE YOU KIDDING ME? Don’t talk to me! Don’t look at me!” Or just ignore it, ugh.
[N]o one uses the toilet the same way.
By no means is this an indictment to the new, younger generation, it is more of an admission that much of the steady business for bars and restaurants has moved to Brooklyn and the high residential rents have stripped the neighborhood of the artistic/cultured feel it used to be known for. Mama’s Food Shop has weathered these changes, including surviving the recession, but as these changes started affecting our business, I realized it was the end of an era.
paulbrady:

At Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles, you can make the staff pose with Guy Fieri, but you can’t make them smile when they do.

Some folks just prefer Paula Deen.

paulbrady:

At Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles, you can make the staff pose with Guy Fieri, but you can’t make them smile when they do.

Some folks just prefer Paula Deen.