Friday, July 10, 2009

Friday Five - Holes

Friday, July 10

Hello, Narval here. I am going to attempt to answer these five questions in my usual Varnark style. Why not? Aren’t we here to have fun? I believe we are, so let the fun begin.

1. Where can you go for a really good bagel, and how do you like yours?

You mean you eat those here. I have heard of hot dogs but I did not know that you all took that to the extreme. They have a bit too much hair on them for me, and they’re too cute to be eaten. I don’t understand you humans. You call them ‘Man’s best friend,’ but then talk about eating them like this.

Uh, wait a second…. What was that you said Stone? Oh! They’re talking about a round piece of bread.

Opps, sorry, I don’t know what got in to me. Just in case though, all you beagles beware.

2. What is your favorite style of doughnut?

Glazed, by the dozen, and free. No, wait, can’t leave out the chocolate covered ones either. ;-p

3. What’s your favorite flavor of Lifesavers?

I’m sure I am going to get in trouble for this one. I take it you are not talking about the device one throws out to save another who is in water, are you?

Oh, those little round things, I like the butter rum flavor.


Opps! Doesn’t haffda same kick az da butter rum dat Stone makzz.

4. What O-shaped breakfast cereals do you like?

Fruit Loops and Cheerios taste good. Though I am beginning to wonder about the names. Sometimes Stone refer to us Varnark as being a bunch of Fruit Loops because we are always happy and pulling pranks.

5. How do you feel about onion rings, and where can you get some good ones?

We Varnark love onions. They can make us cry when we cut them into slices and separate the little rings. Yet, an onion does not stand a chance around us. Then again, most of the humans stay away from us for hours after we eat our onions.

What’s that again, Stone? You mean you cook onions that are battered?

In that case, we like them okay that way but prefer them raw. As for going out to get them, Stone is a bit too stingy to take us out to eat them. Every time he tries to cook some, we eat the onions before he finishes pouring the grease into the pan.

As an ending note to these questions, I want to quote Stone who tells us, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but an onion a day keeps everyone away.”

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