Posted by: The Amoeba | October 31, 2009

Calling An Audible

He and She were on their way home from a local sport-motif eatery, where the food was good but the noise … well, let’s just say that they were grateful for a table on the lanai by the water.

He: “You do know what they call a TV that’s hooked to a really loud sound system, don’t you?”

She: “What?”

He: “Hi-Def.”

She:What??

  – O Ceallaigh
Copyright © 2009 Felloffatruck Publications. All wrongs deplored.
All opinions are mine as a private citizen.

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  1. Right!

    • You say something, Doug? 😉

  2. Were you watching the UH-Nevada debacle? Sad! We watched the game on pay per view at home.

    • Gigi — actually, we’d been swimming and I was too tired to notice much of anything except that were were waited on by a cabaret girl and an angel; the restaurant had fewer customers than usual, and the TVs were louder than ever. High deaf, indeed!

    • Also, by the time we got there, the game was over. Just as well, for Q would have been supporting Nevada and I would have been favoring 1961.

  3. LOL.

    We were at Disneyland Paris last year and didn’t realise all the restaurants would be so crowded—for one supper we got stuck at the Sports bar type thing. It was hell. The kids loved it.

    I was thinking of you all last night around kick-off time, but didn’t really hold out much hope…

    • Susan, Hawai‘i has a lot more problems than the record of its professional university football gridiron team. One of the problems that Hawai‘i does not have is a Disney-owned theme park. Yet.


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