Posted by Joke at 5:41 PM
Poppy Buxom posted at 7:09 PM, June 29, 2008
If the boys wear those Duke's t-shirts I bought them in Malibu, take pictures!
Also, I think real surfer dudes eat fish tacos. (*snort*)
Stomper Girl posted at 1:35 AM, June 30, 2008
I think NOS is bidding fair to rival you in the party-organisation stakes and that you will safely be able to leave your senior years' celebrations (like 60ths and Diamond Anniversaries) in his capable hands. Well done.
becandcall posted at 7:42 AM, June 30, 2008
In Australia, the true home of surfer dudes, they eat Chiko Rolls. And they send the surfer chicks to the shop to buy them.
(I'm with Stomper, you've created a hosting monster).
MsCellania posted at 1:58 PM, June 30, 2008
He's a Mini-YOU!
And HEY, I'm either blushing at what Poppy was snorting about, or it's an inside joke...
We are going to graduate from butter knife food prep to the small, sharp ones in a few months. (oldest, only). I remember learning to flip food in hot pans by using bread-I'm tempted to use bread for beginning knife skills, too - what did you start with? Cheese?! Skinned avocado?!
bluemountainsmary posted at 5:20 PM, June 30, 2008
I would need 10 mai - tais to cope. I am not good at kids parties. As much as I can outsource I will!
Joke posted at 8:56 AM, July 02, 2008
It's a semi-inside joke. Down in So. Cal., there is a series of Mexican restaurants (the most famous being Rubio's) that specialize in tacos made from grilled or fried fish (I like the grilled mahi-mahi my own bad self.) and the name "fish taco" is close enough to the more lurid slang term "tuna taco."
What NOS reallllly wants is to go to one of those 1950s-ish Trader Vic's-like "Polynesian" restaurants after a day of surfing which is what he, I s'pose, imagines is the daily routine of a surfer.
Failing that -- the nearest such place is 45 min. away and a bit too steep for us to take +/- 16 kids and assorted adult hangers-on.