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The truth dawns

We’ve been married twenty years, and I think I may finally be convinced that he’s not kidding when he says he doesn’t like garlic.

Maybe I should throw the garlic press away, as penance. (It’s such a nice one, though – I’m not sure I’d ever find another one like it, when I’m a widow.)

Katja

5 Comments

  1. Katja

    It is inconceivable, isn’t it? Cause I’m not a slow learner, but this one’s taken me 20 years.

    No cheese? That’s just weird.

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  2. Dorothea Salo

    *gasp* Not… like… GARLIC??? But — that’s — inconceivable!

    (I understand, though. My husband doesn’t like cheese.)

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  3. mdmhvonpa

    He is in DENIAL! It’s like saying you dont like kippered beef jerky! Right?

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  4. Anonymous

    The author of Kitchen Confidential hates garlic presses, and so should you.

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  5. Katja

    Yeah, well, the author of Kitchen Confidential has a few things of his own to work on. I think we’ll have to agree to disagree on garlic presses.

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