Italian Restaurant Menu for the Pickiest Eater

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  1. clarencespeerling

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    An Italian restaurant menu has the diversity required to satisfy even the pickiest of eaters. Italian food has the familiar flavors of some of the most popular comfort foods. So whether a person has been a vegetarian for 10 years, prefers meaty dishes, or won't settle for anything less than finer dining, a casual Italian restaurant menu has something that caters to everyone. Learn more about Italian family restaurant menus.
     
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    I prefer Viking food.
     
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    I prefer spam based dishes
     
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    Excellent. We just might have a recommendation for you!
     
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    A bottle of white, a bottle of red
    Perhaps a bottle of rose instead
    We'll get a table near the street
    In our old familiar place
    You and I-face to face

    A bottle of red, a bottle of white
    It all depends on your appetite
    I'll meet you any time you want
    In our Italian Restaurant.

    Things are okay with me these days
    Got a good job, got a good office
    Got a new wife, got a new life
    And the family's fine
    We lost touch long ago
    You lost weight I did not know
    You could ever look so nice after
    So much time.

    Do you remember those days hanging out
    At the village green?
    Engineer boots, leather jackets
    And tight blue jeans
    Drop a dime in the box play the
    Song about New Orleans
    Cold beer, hot lights
    My sweet romantic teenage nights

    Brenda and Eddie were the
    Popular steadies
    And the king and the queen
    Of the prom
    Riding around with the car top
    Down and the radio on
    Nobody looked any finer
    Or was more of a hit at the
    Parkway Diner
    We never knew we could want more
    Than that out of life
    Surely Brenda and Eddie would
    Always know how to survive.

    Brenda and Eddy were still going
    Steady in the summer of '75
    When they decided the marriage would
    Be at the end of July
    Everyone said they were crazy
    "Brenda you know you're much too lazy
    Eddie could never afford to live that
    Kind of life."
    But there we were wavin' Brenda and
    Eddie goodbye.

    They got an apartment with deep
    Pile carpet
    And a couple of paintings from Sears
    A big waterbed that they bought
    With the bread
    They had saved for a couple
    Of years
    They started to fight when the
    Money got tight
    And they just didn't count on
    The tears.

    They lived for a while in a
    Very nice style
    But it's always the same in the end
    They got a divorce as a matter
    Of course
    And they parted the closest
    Of friends
    Then the king and the queen went
    Back to the green
    But you can never go back
    There again.

    Brenda and Eddie had had it
    Already by the summer of '75
    From the high to the low to
    The end of the show
    For the rest of their lives
    They couldn't go back to
    The greasers
    The best they could do was
    Pick up the pieces
    We always knew they would both
    Find a way to get by
    That's all I heard about
    Brenda and Eddie
    Can't tell you more than I
    Told you already
    And here we are wavin' Brenda
    And Eddie goodbye.

    A bottle of red, a bottle of white
    Whatever kind of mood you're in tonight
    I'll meet you anytime you want
    In our Italian Restaurant.
     
  6. Clinton McClure

    Clinton McClure Casual Enthusiast
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    What kind of restaurant can I eat in which serves ham and jam and Spam a lot?
     
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    (I'm so glad I did not report this thread...it has become much more entertaining.)
     
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    Heh, heh. (Just don't enter your zip-code there.) Cees
     
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    "I am the main dish of the day. May I interest you in parts of my body? Perhaps something off my shoulder, braised in a little white wine?"

    6:30, for those of you that like this sort of thing...
     
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    Can I report the OP but keep the rest of the content?
     
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    You can report any individual post, Sam.It just isn't good if we delete the first post of a thread. (Rest assured we know about this one. :) ) My simple advice to any reader is: don't go there. Cees
     
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    Cees can you just edit the post and remove the link? Please?
     
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    Why, Sam? It's pretty harmless...
     
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    I agree. Just remove the link, substituting a "don't let the door hit you" farewell to the drive-by spammer.
     
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    Well, I can make it totally harmless.But messages to the spammer, no! Cees
     
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    Do spammers even see these threads? I figured these were all bots, automated postings that a human never sees nor reads follow up.
     
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    Precedence and standard operating procedure to nuke spam?
     
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    Heh, heh. "Caters." Get it?

    Clarence Speerling, you are a madman.... Heh, heh.

     
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    Sam is a spam "killing machine designed for one thing: search and destroy"

    (also a fav The Matrix quote)
     
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    STOP BUMPING THIS CRAP



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