5 thoughts on “BFO2625 – Right Out of the Pump

  1. So many truly MEDIOCRE so-so questions!

    Now that we have 3 years’ worth of so-so questions (or is it 4?),
    it’s time to compile the book:

    “The Wit, Wisdom, and Wet Cleanup on Aisle 9 of the BFO”

    Francie–according to an evergreen story on NPR,
    “The long, crustless hypotenuse gives you a very ample entrance
    into the softer, meatier part of the sandwich [sammich].”
    That’s why club sammiches are always triangular.
    See https://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=120914097

  2. I contend that Big Fatty was not content to answer the princess’s question about the content of the word content in a single message, not even in a contentious manner.

  3. Thank you Cathy Marshall for that bit of information. I do enjoy a nice club sandwich.

    With love & a laugh, Francie

  4. Everybody–well, almost everybody–loves a club sandwich, Francie!

    I tell ’em, “Hold the mayo.”

    Holding the mayo must surely be the grossest instruction anyone can give their server. Imagine walking around a restaurant with a handful of mayonnaise!
    The fingerprints you’d leave.

    Thank you, too, Ms. Bacon! I actually thought the imagery in the NPR story should’ve won the journalist a pullet-surprise!

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