I love lists
From here. With my notes in blue.
No! Mayonnaise for those fries, thanks.Mustard and ketchup mixed together for French-fry dipping
Never heard of it.The TV show “Shark Tank”
Not a bad idea.Chain-link basketball nets
There are some fellows at my house who would appreciate having those readily available.Those little triangles of rice with fish in the middle and seaweed on the outside that they sell at Japanese cafes. They’re cheap and a perfect snack. They should be everywhere.
Not so much.Going to the airport. Just the “going” part.
This WILL happen, just you wait.Pie. Not that people don’t like it. But it takes a back seat to other desserts. I am waiting for pie to “blow up” in New York, so I can wait in line for individual-size assorted pies by the dozen, hopefully near my apartment.
I do like a good road trip.Road trips, the longer the better. And what I love most? Pulling over at one of those free breakfast hotels and crashing hard, then waking up in the morning (especially when there’s a slight chill in the air) ready for the next eight-hour stretch. I think best when driving.
This is already happening. Free Bird was playing in the restaurant where I had lunch the other day.Lynyrd Skynyrd
Not a bad idea. Did a guy write this?I think all women should have at least one vibrator. That they use regularly.
I'm not feeling this, but I don't deny that it may be a fabulous combo.Popcorn and junior mints. By which I mean, buy a bag of popcorn, dump of a box of junior mints inside, shake and enjoy. A perfect combination of tastes, textures. Should be mandatory movie eating.
YES.The ginger salad dressing that you get at Japanese restaurants.
? Okay. Whatever.The rapper E-40
Oh, it's all about the fucking quinoa. I cannot get away from the damn quinoa. I need a quinoa-free zone.Quinoa
Meh. I'm not a Broadway person but I can see the logic here.Off-off-Broadway
I don't want this to be a Thing. I want Will to have written all of it.The idea that Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford, wrote the plays (and poetry) commonly attributed to Shakespeare.