Cheese is my twinkie

Dena and I went with my cousin, Annie, to the midnight premier of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban last week. Afterwords, we were all a bit wired and decided to stop at Steak and Shake for some breakfast. It was 2:30am, after all.

We were too early for breakfast, so we ordered some dinner instead. I ordered a Frisco Melt and Dena got something with cheese fries (this is important to the story). After I finished my sandwich, I started picking at the cheese fries. At one point, I held up one cheese-smothered fry and thought, “I like cheese. Cheese is good. Cheese is to me like spinach to Popeye, and like twinkies to the neurotic Rifts character I played once, who gained his superpowers only by consuming the sponge-like treat en masse”. What I said, though, was quite different: “Cheese is my twinkie”.

The train of thought was perfectly logical but had absolutely no context to the discussion going on at the table. Annie and Dena both looked at me like I had turned into a rabid 7ft tall bunny rabbit. I can’t help it if they can’t follow my thought process. It made perfect sense to me.

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3 thoughts on “Cheese is my twinkie

  1. Dear Harvey
    I can’t help it if they can’t follow my thought process. It made perfect sense to me.
    thought process… riight…. we still love ya.
    *pats bunny on head and hands him a handkrief for the drool*

    btw, my twinkie is tea :)

  2. *snork*
    Mountain Dew is my twinkie, albeit, I love cheese as well. (I happened through because I was trying to find a link to LEAF since my IE doesn’t seem to think it exisits when I type it in. But I digress. I just had to comment on this nuggest of cheesy goodness.)

  3. This site (stonetable.org) used to be a different one and it was a cool site that had a bunch of scary suff on it. Does any one have any idea what happened to it?

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