Discussion in 'Off-Topic Forum' started by Dave_Hounddriver, Dec 30, 2018.
Usually about an hour after you order it. Joke lang . . . or is it?
Fair enough, thanks for the reply. no
Sorry your post went over my head or I lost it in translation. Please clarify, my brain is as old as I.
Liverpool fan, ""I was wondering about that too!"" My old brain or his post?
We know each other a little bit, you say, my brain is as old as I, then I wonder why you act so childish lol, Happy New Year To You and Your Familie
The joke was: What time do you serve breakfast?" Expected reply: (Something like) "9 am".
Actual reply: "About an hour after you order it". A joke indicating it takes a long time to be cooked and served.
Then it was stated "Joke lang ... or is it?" Meaning it is a joke - or perhaps it is not and the writer is being serious (and that 'serious' part is a joke anyway).
However, the overall intent is as a joke.
Not so really, I seem to remember the OP telling us long ago that his breakfast ordered at 9.30 ish was eventually served as Brunch, whence he moved on
Hope he has learned to order breakfast at 7 am then.
No cook till 9
Cook his own?