Student or Learner
- "So that's 5 dozen lobsters
for Ivana Tinkle?
- And the name on the buzzer
is Phil McCracken?"
what does buzzer mean on this context?
Thanks Ann. Always helpful :)
I take it that you do know that the people's names are jokes, and that the practice of sending fake orders is itself a practical joke?
Usually it is intended to discommode the recipient -- who suddenly finds that a pizza joint is demanding to be paid for the delivery of two dozen pepperoni pizzas.
But in this case -- where the names are false and joking puns -- the target of the practical joke seems to be the supplier of all those expensive lobsters.
I didnt know that. thanks for the information.
Yeah, like Ivana Tinkle...I wanna tinkle...I want to go pee.
Phil McCracken...feel me cracking (the lobster, that is).
By the way, Adriano, I'd love to know what you're reading because some of the dialog you have posted is hilarious!
It's from the TV show called "Kitchen confidential"
I think mine makes better sense in the context of lobsters.
But then again, maybe I'm just not quite jaded enough.
Ahh, English usage at its finest.
In the same way, I think that "tinkle" is a female's word.
Is that so in everyone's eyes?