Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Chihaua WHAT!

Many decades ago during my first marriage, I talked someone into eating out. He said he'd be more comfortable eating if they had curtains in the booths. When the waitress came to take our order, he ordered an entree. She asked "super salad?" He replied, "Yes." She asked again. He replied yes. She asked two more times, then finally, very slowly, she said, "Soup OR salad?"

Now I can laugh about it, but then he didn't think it was at all funny.

Recently, someone I love and I went to a Mexican restaurant with friends, Phil and Pat. Upon leaving my honey asked, "What was that white cream on top?"
I told him it was melted Mexican Chihauhau cheese.

On our way home, he commented that we could make chicken Chimichnagas at home. I nodded.

He asked, "Where would we buy BULLDOG cheese?"

I am still laughing, but he who teases me, does not think it as funny as I do.

 

13 comments:

Beth M. Wood said...

Haha! He's funny, that love of yours. I would think BULLDOG cheese has more of a bite...

Bookie said...

Thanks for the laugh this morning. I needed it!

Shelly said...

Now that's funny! Hit home with me because we always have a variety of Mexican cheeses on hand~

Susan said...

Hilarious! hee hee hee hee hee Good thing it wasn't "Mutt" cheese! ha hahahhaha Susan

Merlesworld said...

Men can be funny even if they don't see the joke.
Merle............

Val said...

At least he knew it was cheese. My husband would have assumed it was sour cream.

Sioux said...

And Pitbull cheese gets a hold of your anal sphincter and won't let go.

THAT is the kind of cheese Bill needs...

Sioux said...

And Pitbull cheese gets a hold of your anal sphincter and won't let go.

THAT is the kind of cheese Bill needs...

Susan Sundwall said...

I love to have my funny bone tickled like this - makes my day!

Daisy said...

Hahaha! Well, that's pretty close. :)

River said...

chihuahua cheese?? really?
What exactly is a chimichanga anyway?

Kathy's Klothesline said...

Love chimichangas! If I told my husband it was Chihuahua cheese, he would think they milked a Chihuahua .........

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Forget the cheese. You have a man who said "we" and "cook" in the same sentence! He's a keeper!