Erik HansenApril 30, 2008 12:00 AM CDT
Okay, every Sunday I'm trapped in my house with my family, doing family things like ignoring each other and arguing whose turn it is to use the computer, not that I'm MAD OR ANYTHING! Well, my dad was busy working on a paper one Sunday, so my mom and I went to KFC to get some food. We were deciding what to order when this tall man wearing a nice suit walked in. We let him go ahead of us. He gets to the cashier and he's like, "Okay, gimme one of dem wraps, I want chicken, lettuce, (names off all the other ingredients for the normal KFC wrap) and I want yo' to wrap it up tightly now. And I want it grilled. Okay, wrap it up tightly and, actually I want the (he goes and starts to order another thing, cancels the first order, then switches to something, five minutes pass with him doing this) Actually I want (and he orders the wrap again, exactly the same.)" That was a couple weeks ago. Then, this Sunday, my family and I are eating at Taco John's. We're eating our tacos (2 for $1.09,) when this tall man wearing a nice suit walks in. It was hard to hear him at first, due to where we were sitting, and he wasn't speaking very loud, but then his voice rises and I hear "Okay, and I want beef and cheese on it, no lettuce, and I want you to wrap it up REALLY tight now, and grill it." The moral of this story is: Wraps are best served tight.