Thursday, June 07, 2007

Fabulousness

My reviews of restaurants around MIT for Nature Network Boston are up! This set was more extensively tweaked by the editor than the previous ones... I don't know why. I don't think I was particularly rambunctious in my write-ups, but perhaps she wanted them to sound more grown up. I am not terribly good at sounding grown up.

4 comments:

JC said...

Do I need to give you some tips on being a grown up? You know, since I have so much experience after last week(yeah, right)?

The couscous mention reminded me that I used to make it at home quite a bit, but I haven't in a long time.

They don't serve brownie sundaes at biker bars? Who knew?

My word verification is "fkfnfkg". That just looks downright dirty! (so much for being a grown up!)

Anna said...

OMG that is totally dirty. No grown up could resist making that joke. I do need tips on being a grown up. What d'ya got?

Every time I have made couscous it's had the texture (and taste) of sand. Maybe I should quit using whole wheat couscous...

JC said...

OK, aside from being able to tell someone I don't want to see them anymore in a somewhat mature fashion, I got nothin'!

I used to make that couscous that comes in a box that you find at any old grocery store. I've never had much luck with whole wheat pasta of any kind. Something about it just isn't right.

aimee said...

I'm back! (I know you missed me)

If you want to be grown up, continue using your big fancy words like rambuctious! But oh please, where's the fun in trying to be a grown-up? Growing up is for losers.

My Dad's girlfriend makes the most amazing cous cous. The only thing she seems to do differently is add a fuck load of butter. Fuck load? Eeww.