Life as I know it… plus commentary

Urban Play VIII

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Scene: a Mexican food place.  Two workers are helping a young (ish) urban professional.

Y(ish)UP: I’d like the chicken burrito on wheat please.

Worker 1: You want rice?

Y(ish)UP: No.

Worker 1: Beans?

Y(ish)UP: No thanks.

Worker 1 adds chicken, salsa. Guacamole? Sour cream?

Y(ish)UP: A little sour cream please.  No guacamole.

Worker 1: You don’t want guacamole?!

Y(ish)UP:  No.  It’s gross.

Worker 1 (to Worker 2): Que es “gross”?

Worker 2: Repugnante

Worker 1: Sancta Maria!

Apparently I committed some sort  transgression by not liking guacamole.  True story too… that’s mostly how it happened.

PS… Don’t worry about trying out for this one Zac.  The director felt the characters needed a “younger look”.


Written by arnold

June 2, 2009 at 8:15 am

Posted in Food

4 Responses

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  1. not liking guacamole is like not liking goodness itself. it’s not a matter of taste. it’s objectively, empirically, intrinsically good. if you don’t like it, something’s broken.

    the kyle

    June 2, 2009 at 9:48 am

  2. poor broken Ar…youngish urban professional. I glad that I am just now learning this about you. I suppose you don’t like Bud Light as well? Kyle’s vocabulary inspires me.


    June 2, 2009 at 10:33 am

  3. To quote a few of my favorite people “If you like guacamole so much, you should marry it”. Guacamole is all that’s wrong with the “vegetables disguised as fruit” world.

    And Dustin, Bud Light is a staple in this household. Every calorie saved is a calorie that can be used towards sour cream.


    June 2, 2009 at 11:03 am

  4. Both of them make you damn fat.


    June 2, 2009 at 12:47 pm

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