Beware a Bad Foot Massage (And a Gift Certificate for This Week’s Contest!)

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  1. Sylvia Anderson says:

    I think that there are some times that the only word that fits is ain’t. I’m happy to see that you think so too. I love your stories, whether they are long or short, in print form, in an e-mail, on fb or on your blog. You are just one of my favorite fun people. And yes, I would love to be able to go to Chili’s again. I don’t have a husband or a boyfriend to take, but I could probably round up a good friend at least. I look forward to March! C-ya!

  2. Laura McLendon says:

    Oh my it is 1:30AM here and now I am hungry. Yikes, but that sure sounds good!!

  3. bn100 says:

    I agree with you; their chips and salsa are very good.

  4. CateS says:

    Oh yumm… ruins my meal every time — too full from chips & salsa!

  5. Meridyth says:

    Oh, I love hearig about what inspires you! So funny!! I love it!

  6. Meridyth says:

    ok, I meant “hearing.”

  7. Corrie C says:

    I know I’m naive, but did anyone else not see where that foot massage story was going? I had to reread it to make sure I’d read it correctly….and then I busted up laughing when I realized I had. Hilarious!! That is totally something I would do. As for Chili’s…my favorite appetizer happens to be the eggrolls. Love them so much I had to come up with my own recipe for them so I could make them anytime I craced them. Love’em!

  8. Tacia E. says:

    My family went to Chili’s twice over Christmas break and I loved it! I’m also a poor college student and all i eat is quesadillas and chocolate milk mostly.
    Something funny that the prostitute story reminded me of. I went to Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher, AZ several years ago and I went back to visit recently and i totally forgot this funny fact. In Thatcher, it is illegal for 6 or more girls that aren’t related to each other to live in the same house/apt. because it qualifies as a whore house. Well I don’t live there now, but in my apt. now there are 6 girls living in it. So… according to Thatcher’s definition…. I live in a whore house!

  9. Lara says:

    We had rats in our attic in a house we lived in in Oregon. They are disgusting. When we moved we sold the house to our best friends and after they lived in it for a few months they swore up and down that the house was haunted. They only stayed in it for 18 months and couldn’t take it anymore!

    Makes me wonder if the rats hadn’t returned!

  10. Megan A says:

    Where do they get such thin and yummy chips??

  11. Steph S. says:

    I think you are lucky to have a great friend like Jean. I think that we all need a friend like her!

  12. Kareena H. says:

    I loved reading your blog posts, they always make me laugh. Things always seem to happen to you or someone you know. You are lucky to have a friend like her!

  13. Brianna says:

    I have only been to Chili’s once in my life and it was part of my senior prom date in high school. It made quite an impression on me to tell the truth. I had ordered my food (I can’t even remember what), but they screwed it up. Now I’m not to picky and under normal cirucmstances I would have just eaten it. Unfortuantly they had shrimp in it and any type of seafood makes me sick (makes me so sad). Anyway, while all the others in my group were eating I noticed that my date was not. Suprised, I asked why he wasn’t eating. He got this blank look on his face. Our conversation went as follows:
    Him: “You don’t have your food”
    Me (flattered, but feeling bad): “Thank you, but you can eat. You don’t have to wait.”
    Him (looking a bit offended): “Sure I do. Your my date and that would just be rude”
    Can you tell why most of our class had a crush on him? 😉

  14. Chelsea B. says:

    You know, I have NEVER eaten at Chili’s! Now, when I do, I know what I’ll start off with: chips and salsa! 🙂

  15. Katie says:

    Love Chili’s, love Marcia.

  16. Lindsey Olmstead says:

    It’s so good to have awesome friends. I really don’t know what I would do without my friends. We have definitely had our hilarious moments. Haha!

  17. Shelly kirton says:

    I also love those warm chips and salsa. Throw in a warm Moulton lava and you have the perfect meal. And it even has all the basic food groups, since meat group can be replaced with chocolate! See you in March!

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