Apr 07, 2013 6:33 PM GMT
Shawnathan saidI set foot in pizza hut once, but that was in the 90's when they were still prominent in Canada. I used to argue almost non-stop with my little sister, and to make her feel inferior. It wasn't fair, but it's what big brothers are supposed to do.
There was an ice cream bar near where we lived and we used to go there regularly in the summer for their soft serve ice cream. They're still famous for their soft serve ice cream. That and their lobster rolls. Lobster is a big thing in PEI. We eat a lot of it. I can't remember the first time I had lobster, but I do remember that my favourite food was Cod au gratin when I was little. My mother made Cod au gratin for my birthday every year until she deserted us, but one year she dropped a piece on my leg and burnt me, which I didn't like.
My birthdays have always been like that - I have had some fun on my birthdays, but they mostly leave me feeling burnt. This past birthday was fun at the time, but then the guy I was with broke up two weeks later. He gave me a TV for my birthday and I still hate him for it.
I don't really watch that much TV, but I do like to watch shows like The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, oh and the Newsroom. The Newsroom is my favourite show right now, and I can't wait for the new season to start. The only thing I didn't like about the Newsroom was the way that they glorified the killing of Osama Bin Laden, which I just can't understand, but I guess that's part of being a Canadian.
Canadian values are somewhat different than American values. We also like to eat maple syrup on our pancakes. You might have seen in the WOYM thread that I ate pancakes for breakfast today.
I really like pancakes, because my dad made them every sunday morning. I really like breakfast in general. In fact, I love breakfast and I love cooking it for people. I also like to make other foods, but making breakfast seems very loving. I like waffles better than pancakes, but I don't have a very good waffle iron. I know that Trolli likes waffles too, because I've seen him eat a stack of four in one sitting.
Maybe he can make waffles for me when we get married. You see, gay marriage is legal in Canada. It hasn't always been that way, but it has been since the early 00's so it feels like forever, because I'm pretty young. I'm only 25 you know.
I really like these forums partly because I get to read about what it was like when all you old farts were young. Sometimes the stories go on too long and sometimes they don't make any sense. Worst of all, sometimes they make us young guys feel guilty that we don't need to fight for our rights in the same way that you guys did.
It's possible to convey your message without making it feel like you're saying, 'you think that's bad? well, back in my day ...' The fact of the matter is that we're not back in your day - this is today and tomorrow is tomorrow. Stop being so hurt by what happened yesterday and make tomorrow better than today.
Well, I guess that's all I have to say about Pizza Hut. I don't really remember what it tasted like, but I'm sure that I've had better.
It isn't possible to express how much I want to marry you and your delicious pancakes right now.