It was about a week or so ago, at a Wendy's (chain fast food restaurant), I was with my grandparent's and my sister. About halfway through our meal, a 95 year old man walks in, followed by what I assume is his grandson, who is now an adult. before they ordered, they stood nearby the door, discussing what they would get. The Old Guy says, "I'm gettin' a hot dog" with an EXTREMELY Southern Accent. His son tells him they don't have hot dogs here, but the old guy yells out again that he wants a hot dog! The young guy says "whatever" and they go up to order. The Old guy yells "I Want a hot dog!!" to the woman at the register. she tells him they don't have hot dogs there. He yells for a hot dog again. She says, "how about you try a hamburger
?" While the old guy ponders that the karz a Hamburger is and if he should get it, the young guy orders. Then the old guy says "I want a HAMBURGER!" to the woman at the register. She asked what drinks they want. the old guys says "I want SWEET TEA!" in the same intensely southern accent. the young guy explains to him that he can't have sweet tea due to diabetes, so he said for the old guy to get some coffee. "I'd like some coffee!". Everybody in the room was silently laughing at his exclamations. So then, when the food is ready, the old guy exclaims "I GOT A HAMBURGER!" and he lifts it as high as his arms can reach.
I didn't find the meetinhg of life, but I got
to witness this scene. But for all I know, I could be on Off their rockers!
O, and I got meh blog back, thank B6 for that.