Here to fulfill all your Nonny needs!

Happy Birthday, Willy Wonka!

Instructions for Commenting


1) Make up a name--don't use your real name.
2) Click the "Post a Comment" link at the bottom of the blog post and then type your comment in the "Leave your comment" textbox.
3) If you have a Google or Blogger account, then click the "Google/Blogger" button in the "Choose and identity" section.
4) Otherwise, click the "Name/URL" button, and then put in your fake name in the "Name" textbox. You can leave the URL blank.
5) Or, you can chose Anonymous. In that case, put your fake name in your comment.
3) Make sure to put your fake name in your comment somewhere. Repeat commentors will be entered on Nonny's Hall of Fame!
4) Use the same fake name each time so we all know who's saying what.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Check out my lunch, dudes.

I have placed a quarter next to the plate for comparison. Is that a huge plate of spaghetti or what??

[edit] If you click on the photo below, you will see a LIFE SIZE representation of my lunch! (I just verified this by putting the quarter up to the screen.) Try it!


Man from U.N.C.L.E. said...

Will you have ANY room for fruitcake?

Nonny Nu said...

We are about to find out.

Anonymous said...

Did you add tabasco to your pasta? It was a big lunch, I wonder how can you work after such a meal..... I promisse won't wake you up if I found you sleeping in the cabinet at work.

Anonymous said...

Hi, what happen to Kash and his little sister? ( hay ngum hay nei tuyet cho hui dee leung hin-moui cho dzu xoui fon hay dee yee dai lay fun do?)

Nonny Nu said...

hay ngum hay nei tuyet cho hui dee leung hin-moui cho dzu xoui fon hay dee yee dai lay fun do?
Translation: Did you ground them up and put them in the spaghetti?

Okay, at first, I wasn't sure if the two anonymous posts were from Caloc or MonkeyPig, but I'm pretty sure it's Caloc. That last time MonkeyPig had spaghetti at my house, she suggested adding Maggi Sauce. Caloc, on the other hand, is a Tabasco advocate.

No, I didn't add Tabasco because I couldn't find any (I only have Chinese style chili oil in my office). And, no, that's real beef you are seeing there, not Chinese-style "beef."