Henning wrote:I think this could be of common interest - my response to Mike DubYa:
"In answer to your recent enquiry about brothels with vegetarian food, I have
asked around among my friends and work colleagues and no-one knows of such a
place. In my experience food is not a high priority at these places!
If I do find one that meets yor requirements I will of course be letting you
know! How are Barnet doing these days, I still follow QPR when the English
results come through
Have a nice weekend
Andrew (Darby) wrote:Michael, but would vegetarians be comfortable in such a meat-market, anyway?
Andrew (Darby) wrote::lol:
What else can I possibly say? ... except perhaps, that you have given me some "tofu for thought"!
Paula wrote:Henning I think it was a wise move on your part sharing with us what must have obviously been a private request (well it isn’t something you want to shout from the rooftops!!!).
I did a double take. Mickey-One you are not the man I thought you were. It’s no wonder you wanted your request kept quiet.
I now have a real problem about whether or not to cancel my trip to Berlin I did not realise I would be mixing with people who had those sort of “desires”.
I don’t know what others feel about it but I am going to a quiet room to meditate to consider my options.
Henning can you please tell me truthfully is Mickey-One the only vegetarian going?
Paula wrote:Excuses excuses Mickey this is the problem we always have. Denial is not just a river in Egypt (see how young and hip I am)
You should consider how revolting it is for smokers watching vegetarians chasing peas round a plate. By the time you have finished we will have missed our fag break!!!
Henning wrote:Since I now got the impression that this is a sort of delicate topic I looked up the dictionary to see what brothel means. Sincere apologies to Mike, I indeed should have kept this request private. But now that the word is out and now that I got more mails revealing an interest in such an etablisement, I am glad to tell you that we arranged a 5 minutes split up of the group during the city walking tour. The one part visits a vegetarian brothel (we finally found one) while the other part gets the chance to eat some meat balls on the other side of the street. 5 minutes should do, don't you think so ?
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