Happy Chinese New Year!

In honor of the occasion a few of us went to The Noodle Bar tonight for a Chinese feast. It's this great cheap little place near WR's house, and we had a great time eating and talking and laughing louder than is ladylike. We invited some Chinese friends to come, but they were busy living it up with their own parties. So they can just be that way, then! I ordered some pork dumplings even though Saturday night was the night for dumplings. Better late than never, I guess. Also I think we should make our New Year last fifteen days too. How great would that be?

Sorry I've been AWOL, I promise I'll do better. I have a whole list of things to write about though which will shock and appall you and make your hair curl and cause you to write letters to your local paper and possibly get together a vigilante force and all that good stuff.

By the way, I recommend #43: Fried Singapore Ho Fun


Stupidramblings said... [reply]

Um, I like Thai Ho Fun better, but that's just me.

Chinese Feasts are great because you can eat until you are stuffed and then you are hungry again in about six (6) minutes. What a phenomenon...

The Divine Miss A said... [reply]

Let me be the first (blogger) to wish you Happy (Chinese) New Year!

Missed hearing from you, feel free to write soon. I am ready to be appalled and having my hair curl could be very useful. Reading your blog is cheaper than getting a perm. And much more enjoyable.

kristen said... [reply]

Happy Chinese New Year! (I had no idea).

I'm glad you enjoyed yourself; I just hope you weren't so loud that the table next to you had to ask you to quiet down.

I'm on the edge of my seat in anticipation of future posts. I love to be shocked and appalled. I don't get fired about stuff or anything :)

daltongirl said... [reply]

Dangit! You beat me to the Chinese New Year post. I had to choose between my jaw and homemade fortune cookies. I'm still going to do it, but now I'll just be an also ran. That's okay--as long as I'm also running with you.

Gung Hei Fat Choy!

Savvymom said... [reply]

I didn't celebrate our own new year this year, so there was no way I was going to be able to do the Chinese New Year Either. Last year I did both though. Maybe that counts for something. And I know a chinese person. I bet they celebrated.

Streets of Belfast said... [reply]

I can't believe what a slacker you have been! Don't you know how much we need you? ;)

Nemesis said... [reply]

You're right, sr. Only I got hungry right away and then there was no more food and I started eyeing everyone else's plates. (They don't do the family-style thing here as much.)

Thanks so much, Miss Divine. You make me blush and twitter. ;-)

Kristen, I thought about that, and no, we weren't that bad, I promise!

Daltongirl, I don't see what you should feel dangity about. Your post was funnier.

Savvymom, you probably celebrated subconsciously in your heart, even if you didn't know it at the time.

Yay, it's Streets! Where have you BEEN??? And we need to make plans, baby!

Squirrel Boy said... [reply]

Oh, come on—no one's going to say it? Your mom enjoys Fried Singapore Ho Fun.

Nemesis said... [reply]


I can't believe we all missed that one. Thank you, Squirrel Boy.

Also, your mom enjoyed Fried Singapore Ho Fun when she had you!

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