Saturday, June 19, 2010
Saturday, June 12, 2010
*Well, those Pizza Hut ads were out of line, ESPECIALLY for a Brooklyn native. Karen tried that pizza and it was an abomination. Let's be real, he is basically a sell out . . . but I mean, we're not here to judge the man.
**Yes, we already purchased. And proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity in Bed-Stuy.
Thursday, June 10, 2010
We really don't know what happened and the signs are already down, so maybe our favorite brunch spot will reopen unscathed. Karen's hoping it was a mental issue*, but Erik is not so optimistic.
Fortunately, this city is finally adopting LA's policy and the letters are going up in July. We are anxiously awaiting the results of our other favorite places with that mix of fear and high expectations that we imagine parents have over report cards. (Reason #344 why we shouldn't have kids.)
*Look at the sign a little closer if you don't get it.
Sunday, June 6, 2010
In other news, Karen isn't sure what you're supposed to do to ward off demon cats, but she's hanging a cross and some garlic on our door just to be safe. (Are those eyes the two colors of evil?)
Los Angeles: Yes, it has. What's up?
New York: The other day I read about how "superheroes" and other characters are being outlawed on Hollywood Boulevard. You know, these guys.
Los Angeles: Yes, they are. We finally decided they're a little sketchy. And?
New York: Well, Elmo's hanging out around Rockefeller Center, accosting tourists and gesturing wildly toward his tip-bag. Are you sending them here?
Los Angeles: They have to go somewhere. What do you want us to do? They have to make a living!
New York: Or they could just not panhandle in garish outfits and get a real job.
Los Angeles: Yeah...they're not going to do that.
New York: Well. Tell Spongebob he's not welcome here. He smells a little too much like urine. Even for us.