“That was a disaster,” Mark stated the obvious.
“I am so sorry,” Marie apologized for the hundredth time. For the hundredth time, she laughed through it.
The kids were finally settled down and consuming the second attempt at dinner that evening. Promises of a movie night were the only thing that stopped the screaming of just an hour ago.
“I mean seriously, what was the logic there?” Mark asked
“It was kinda funny.” Marie justified. In time Mark would agree, but it had been a long night.
“You waited for the sandwiches to arrive, to be in front of the hungry and tired children, to tell them that Lazy Cat Deli served cat meat only.” Mark reminded her.
“And now we know they very literal children,” Marie said, happy to have made a discovery.
“We also know we can’t go to Lucky Panda for years. I loved Lucky Panda.” Mark could not hide his sadness.
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