Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Tales From the Evil Waitress

I bet you're wondering where I've been. Last time I disappeared for this long I came back married. I stopped announcinng my departures a few months ago. Too many people on Caye Caulker read this blog and behave badly if they know for certain we're off the island. We never intended to be gone so long, but the check in calls went just like they did the last time I left to paint and paint and paint.
Me: Sooooooooo what's goin on...
Supergirl: Nothing
Me: How's business
Supergirl: sloooooowwwwwww
Me: Uh Huh, so do you need anything sent on the water taxi?
Supergirl: No
Me: You sure?
Supergirl: Yeah
Me: O.K., well you know where I am if you need anything. (Note to self: nexst year we're closing down and going somewhere to let our brains cool down)

High season starts in 2 weeks, so... in this interim slow period I've figured out

What Women Want
...on their bagels, of course.
French women want peanut butter on the side
Englander women want jam (sorry we only have jelly) or cream cheese and cucumbers
German women want cream cheese, not so much of it
Dutch women want cream cheese, lots of it
Italian women want cream cheese on the side and then seconds for free
Belgian women want cream cheese and salami or tomatoes
American women on the east coast want a schmear (what's a schmear?)
American women from the west coast want the cream cheese spread on then scraped off so there's only the essence of cream cheese. Is that too much work? Is this non-fat cream cheese? Do you have skim milk? I answer no to all of the above. However, I can put water in the milk and make it like skim milk if you want...

What Men want...
Something with meat and quick

8 comments:

island girl said...

he he, very funny. Glad you are back in civilization!

You forgot one item on your list - what do Canadian women want?

Caribbean Colors said...

So true. Canadian women want cream cheese and to go. It would be better if we had a drive thru like Tim Hortens, but alas, we only have the walk thru bathroom to the beach.

cream said...

Meat and quick, eh!
No, I like lots of low fat cottage cheese with a sprinkling of chopped chives on brown bagels... Mmmmmmmmmmm.....

island girl said...

You hit the nail right on the head with the Tim Horton's comment. Canadians would be lost without Tim Horton's.

Anonymous said...

Hi Lee

Welcome back!

I'm a ½ belizian(mothers side) and ½ danish(fathers side) woman living in Denmark.

I started reading your wounderfull blog a couple of weeks ago... and enjoying it fulltime.

Best regards
Stina

Caribbean Colors said...

Island Girl: actually Canadians are really polite and civilized. They are A) just happy to get out of the frozen north and B) So happy to get real coffee
Cream: that's way too complicated... we can sometimes get cottage cheese in Belize City, although you ahve to watch the expiration date, they still sell it even when its up to 1 month past its due date.
Stina: hi, I'm glad you like the blog. When are you coming to Caye Caulker next?

Guyana-Gyal said...

I want to know, what do those people who read your blog do, when they find out you're away.

Fluffy Carib said...

Caye Caulker, coming back baby