Monday, September 20, 2010

Mews is at a Loss for Words

"Why the face Mews?"  Quigley asks as he drops two ham and Gruyere crepes down onto the counter.  "I hope you're hungry for brunch-these crepes are excellent and quite filling.

"Oh, I'm fine, just having a bit of a time composing this invitation to Mrs Snodgrass.  Normally, I would have completed such a mundane task in a heartbeat-but I'm finding myself at a loss for words.  It feels a bit disingenuous to invite her over only to pick her brain for information."
"Mews, I thoroughly understand.  However, a gentleman's tasks are not always easy.  Don't over analyze this Mews.  You know it needs to be done.  Now, take a break and enjoy this crepe-I bought it from Perierra Crepes on Hawthorne.  Delicieux!"


  1. Mews, it's much easier to think on a full stomach, anyway!

  2. Yes, I get a bit peevish on an empty stomach. Anyone who knows me knows this to be true!

  3. Mr. Mews, we have a feeling that this Snodgrass person is probably the type to hardly let you get a word in edgewise. We think you will have nary a problem collecting, um, "information".

  4. must be sure that it is you who guides the conversation, my dear Mews.

  5. Yes, I shall indeed be the master of the house!


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