On Saturday I ventured to make French toast in my trusty waffle maker 4000. It turned out delectable, both sides evenly crisped and scab like. MMMmmm, the perfect French Toast.
This reminded Drew of a cautionary tale I will share with you now, dear readers.
We hopped an early morning flight going somewhere fun. The stewardess asked for our order and I ordered French Toast, after which I fell into a deep sleep. Some time later I awoke to a lovely sight of Fancy French Toast rolled and powdered with confectioner's sugar sitting oh so demurely on my tray table. I quickly grabbed it and and took a big bite, mmm. What!??? Oh THE HORROR!! I had bitten into the hot towel you were supposed to wash your hands with. What kind of vile joke was this??
You take an order for French toast and roll a hand cloth up to look like a confection and serve it to an unconscious person??? Oh the outrage!!!!
Oh how foolish I felt. I did notice that the stewardess didn't even crack a smile. They go through vigorous training to deal with emergency situations such as hand towel eating. I bet I was the first, but I suspect not the last.
Fellow travelers, do not let this happen to you. Order the omelet and sausages to be safe.
I'll have mine with extra syrup and butter please.