Ukrainian Hospitality

So our AC conked out. Costs an arm and a leg to get replaced, but whatever, that’s life.

So the workers came to replace it and worked all day. And of course my mom had to feed them. You should have seen this, folks, it was priceless. Not only was the meal super fancy, but she also served it in this royal china set I keep for guests of honor. She laid the table like they do in the Buckingham palace.

Hours later, when the workers were leaving, they still had dreamy looks on their faces. “Oh, that dinner…” they whispered. “That dinner… Any time you need us, just give us a call. We’ll be over in a jiff.”

Of course, my mom packed them some food for the road.

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3 thoughts on “Ukrainian Hospitality”

    1. It’s all such a farce. Everybody is playing this deranged game, pretending like they care.

      Yes, kids are being trafficked to bolster fake asylum claims. But the only way really to prevent this, all of this, is to move the processing of asylum claims away from border. And that is something nobody is even trying to suggest.

      Otherwise, it’s all just a spectacle.

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  1. “That dinner… Any time you need us, just give us a call. We’ll be over in a jiff.”

    The question is will you be able to live up to the standards set or would they leave muttering about how the place has gone to the dogs and drafting yelp reviews in their heads?

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