Monday, June 25, 2007

Date #5.3 is coming up!

While I was out of town, I was in touch with #5 via email and he invited me over to his house. He said that he would make a specially "prepared" meal for me. The last time he was at my place, he asked me what the weirdest thing I eat at home is when no one is around and I don't feel like cooking. I wasn't sure what he meant, so he gave me his answer: a couple cans of tuna fished mixed up with salsa, eaten off of tortilla chips. I've never tried that, but I have a feeling I may have to edit that statement by the end of Wednesday evening!

For the record, if he does make that for me, I'm inviting him over and making him eat one of my favorite easy no-cook meals: peanut butter and kimchi sandwiches.

A couple more good things? He likes kimchi, yea! and when he sent me the email with his address, he said that if I wanted to bring a game, I should do so! I decided to try Thurn and Taxis with him and see how it goes! I'm also going to take Lost Cities over to show him how all the pictures fit together since he mentioned how he liked the artwork during our last date.

4 comments:

MDK said...

I really like Mr. Jack as a two-player game. You may be able to find it still at Le Valet.

If you're into two-player abstract strategy, I have to suggest Chase, something you can make yourself if you have a printer and two sets of ten matching d6- say ten red and ten blue.

Good luck and have fun!

MDK

PS: Peanut butter and Kim Chee? Well, I eat Vegemite, so I shouldn't throw bread rolls.

Tonya said...

hahaha... I was wondering if you were still eating PB&K sandwiches. :) Man, what I wouldn't give for one of your mom's Korean tacos and some gim-bahp/kimbaps, whatever the heck they're called. :D

Stephanie said...

MDK - I've heard that Mr. Jack is good, so I'll have to try that before I spring it on him. Keep your bread rolls sir. And you may find yourself with a PBK sandwich in your hands this November! :-)


Tonya - Yes! I *am* still eating those PBK sandwiches. Yum, yum. Those tacos are good! :-) I was thinking about having friends over so we could make kimbaps. Maybe we'll do that on 4th of July!

Study In Atlanta said...

I screamed when I read this one on PBK and shocked that you are actually having this and preparing for your friends still. There is no such thing as that. It is your unique menu, girl.
:) Mom