Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Please Take My Advice: Don't Ever Eat Oily Balls - Plum Colored Or Otherwise.....



Things I have learned while dining at an Indian Restaurant with my husband = 6. I'm sure there are far more...but 6 is all that I could remember...it was such an educational evening.

1. If you don't know what it is...don't order it. S'not worth it. Just isn't.

2. If you are American in an Indian restaurant...your table will look much more boring than everyone else's...cuz' they know how to order and you don't...and their food is much more colorful and delicious looking and yours looks like slop.

3. My husband holds his fancy ice tea glass like a wussy.

4. Do not stare at the people eating at the table next to you or inquire loudly, "WHAT DO THEY HAVE? THAT LOOKS BETTER THAN WHAT WE GOT. NO FAIR!!" Your neighbors won't really appreciate it very much...neither will your spouse.

5. Do not listen to your waiter...especially if he tells you everything is "Good". "Oh yes...is good. Yes is good too. Good. Yes you eat...is good". Funny how nobody else in the entire restaurant ordered what I was having....since it was so "good". Liar liar pants on fire!

6. NEVER EVER EVER EVER order deep fried plum colored dumplings of dried milk and refined flour soaked in sugar syrup. I don't know what I was thinking but it was the only dessert that came with vanilla ice cream...and vanilla ice cream needs to be in my tummy at all times. Next time...I will just order ice cream....dried milk balls in sugar syrup are not pretty...even if they are plum colored.

Don't get me wrong...I like Indian food...when I order it at some sort of mall kiosk where I can pick and choose what I am getting. Ordering off of a 5 page menu....whole 'nother story.

That's all for now,
Brandi
P.S. HAPPY BIRTHDAY LIL' BRO. I'M SURE YOU DON'T READ THIS...BUT I HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT DAY! LOVE YOU!

4 comments:

goodniteirene said...

is indian food ever really THAT good though?!?! i want to LOVE it. it sounds so hip and "eat, pray, love"-ish say "i just adore indian food", but when it comes down to it, if i can't sprinkle cheese on top of my meal.....fuck off!
kisses from california!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you mean "wussy" in the cool, manly sense of the word.

bernthis said...

I love indian food when someone else orders it, someone who has eaten Indian food at least a thousand times

your friend laura said...

it's bland american food for me, all the way. if it's a sort of neutral yellow-y color, i'm all over it. if it's spicy, mmmmm....not so much.

i am wussy. i should hang out with your husband while he holds his fancy iced tea glass.

xoxo,
laura