Her: It’s ok but too much politics.
Me: OIC. It’s almost lunch hour.
Her: Aren’t you going out?
Me: Not today.
Her: I’m having bread for both breakfast & lunch.
Me: Why? What happened?
Her: No lah. I’m bored with the food here.
Lunch has become a routine with me going to any one of the 6 restaurants.
I need time off.
Me: So now you know how I felt! 🙂 I rest my case.
“Is that what you are having”
Since when bread and butter become that?
“No breakfast ah?”
Though i would have an assortment of biscuits right before me.
“Pizza? You eat pizza?”
“I must have rice for lunch.”
“Saving money ah?”
Ya ya, Only then I can afford to own a luxury yatch right before my retirement next year. Oh yes, by skipping lunch, I would be able to cough up enough for a tour around the world.
One grand old lady implied (of course, having mastered the great Indian expertise of subtle hints) that I could not afford my meals. Nevermind I blow at times RM30 for lunch on any other work day and that she would not even think of going to certain restaurants which I have gone due to dent that it may leave on her monthly budget.
Some people are either wildly imaginative or simply too iddle judging people.