New Brunswick, morning.
Oh Good. A Tim Horton's.
Pick the line with the seventy two year old EMPLOYEE IN TRAINING.
Wonder what happened. Was she a waitress? Did her husband leave her? Was he abusive? Do I watch too much Lifetime Network?
She is still punching stuff in.
Extra large, two milk, two sugar.
(No. A bucket of extra crispy home made recipe.)
Yes. And can I also have whole wheat toast, peanut butter and jam.
Looks at cash register. Looks at me.
Calls over manager. Manager scratches her nose ring and looks at screen.
What is it you wanted?
We don't serve toast.
I glance at the baskets of rolls, english muffins, pitas and Croissants.
I glance at the toaster.
How are we going to solve this problem?
How about a seven grain bagel toasted?
And would you like raspberry or strawberry jam?
1. How is putting a bagel in the toaster different than serving toast?
2. If you don't serve toast, why do you have a toaster?
3. Why is Tim Horton's whole wheat toast a regional delicacy?
4. If no one is eating toast, why do you have two types of jam?
5. If I am in Fredricton for a conference, why didn't I just go directly there instead of stopping at the Tim Horton's?
6. Who will play the seventy two year old EMPLOYEE IN TRAINING in the Hallmark movie of the same name?