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Sunday, December 24, 2006

CHRISTMAS EVE BRUNCH IN THE CASTRO...

B & I were enjoying a delicious Christmas Eve brunch. We were discussing a few last minute shopping plans for the day and the evening's festivities which included dinner with friends, a late night performance by the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus at the historic Castro Theatre and Christmas with fab and beautiful Ing! We were filled with excitement and it was, at one point, rather romantic. It was crowded. There were two older gentlemen sitting next to us.

B had to excuse himself for a minute. It was at this point that I heard the following exchange between our table mates. Please note that the following exchange was performed at a rather loud range. I was not trying to listen in -- it was unavoidable to not hear it. And, this is what I heard:

"All I am saying is that I wish you could have just put the sling up before we got started last night!"

"Well, I am sorry! I guess I thought the chains were enough!"

...and, I thought, "Only in the Castro of San Francisco would hear this exchange over waffles, syrup and mimosas. Gotta love and embrace it!

Happy Holidays! ...And, remember -- sometimes chains are not enough when you want to fist the very best. Uh, I mean, "give" the very best! Toodles from GayTown!
matty

15 Comments:

Blogger Topher said...

Happy Holidays Matt! Wishing you and your friends and family the best of health and a great joy this coming 2007.

Kiss sabay hug..

5:28 PM  
Blogger crabcake said...

Merry Christmas, Mattie.

6:41 PM  
Blogger Ozzysboy said...

ewwwww. lol. um. hmmm. well, okay. where, exactly is that sling?

merry merry xmas!!!

6:55 PM  
Blogger hot-lunch said...

merry xmas !

8:27 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

Merry Christmas Matty.

Where were you eating brunch there? I was in the Castro for brunch too! :o)

Sling for Christmas huh?

8:48 PM  
Blogger matty said...

Kris! Happy Holidays!!!! Hope you've had a great day and that 2007 brings only the coolest life has to offer!!!
Kisses from GayTown! matty

Crabcake! Hi! Happy Christmas, Gorgeous!!!

Ozzysboy! I know! You never know what you might hear when having brunch in The Castro on Xmas Eve!!!

Hot Lunch! Happy Christmas!!!

Matt! LOL! I think the sling was missing for these two the night before xmas eve brunch. ...and they were not having a nice mid-morning! I don't want to name the place, but it is in the Castro! ...I don't think you go there! But, email me and I will tell ya!
Happy Christmas!!

4:51 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

Well let me take a guess....places I normally go in the Castro:

Squat and Gobble
Baghdad's Cafe (I do go there sometimes for a burger)
That place across the street from the Castro Theater (see...I don't even know the name of it...LOL)

5:05 PM  
Blogger matty said...

Matt -- Just sent you an email to tell you where. They are a bit expensive but make exceptional french toast!!!...and I really love their staff!

6:12 PM  
Blogger ing said...

What's a sling? Did one of them have broken arm? Poor thing! Were the chains for their tires? Because I don't think it snows here. I'm confused, Matty!

10:50 PM  
Blogger Sorted Lives said...

That was hysterical. Who does that??

Thanks for my morning laugh.

6:21 AM  
Blogger matty said...

Sorted Lives! You're more than welcome! LOL! I keep thinking I am jaded but then every once in a while something happens that takes me by surprise and gives me a big laugh. This was one of those moments!

Ing -- Honey, I was confused as well. Best not to worry about it. If that snow comes to San Francisco just suck it up and take public transit to avoid those chains!

11:04 AM  
Blogger Me said...

Yep, you're right, I need to move. Merry Christmas sweety!

12:33 AM  
Blogger matty said...

Lovely Meredith! No! The rock sounds awesome! But, if you're of a mind to do so -- then move! Come to California!! It is fun! Tho, I really do need to find a job now!!

1:15 AM  
Blogger Kalvin said...

I thought people who had slings always left them up. Shows you what I know...

5:42 PM  
Blogger matty said...

Kalvin -- Yeah, I know. However, I guess that even the most accomplished fisters need to put away the sling when the parentals come by. I guess. Of course, this is San Francisco. Still, I was a bit surprised at the candor of the argument over brunch. Most amusing! LOL!

5:48 PM  

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