Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Pizza Indian Style

No Fair
 they don't do this at our local Pizza Hut

Apparently this is not unusual, quite a few Pizza Huts in India have dancing waiters.

Sketchbook Project Page
My favourite memory is the night in Hetton-le-Hole when the sky was ink black and it sparkled with stars.
I sat in wonder on the doorstep as I ate the best chips in the world.
Mum's chips.
Mum had put them in a paper cone and sprinkled them with malt vinegar.
It was magical and all was right with the world.


Undaunted said...

Oh my goodness, that is just too fantastic!! I wanna go to that pizza hut! More people should spontaneously dance and sing whenever they feel like it!

I was walking down the street once and a car suddenly stopped in the middle of the road and some people got out of the car and just started dancing right there in the middle of the road! It was fantastic!

I think I watched too many episodes of the kids from Fame when I was a kid - when you're in a traffic jam don't you just wanna crank up the music and get out of the car and dance? :D

Love your little picture and your memories to go with it :) Mum's chips are always the best!

Philip said...

I love the drawing that reminds me of my own childhood. I trust it was Sarson's vinegar!

Have a great new year by the way!

Sheree Rensel said...

They probably started dancing to stomp on all the bugs and creatures running around on the floor! LOL LOL

Janvangogh said...

Gotta dance!!!!

Cat-in-a-Box said...

I agree with undaunted - more people need to engage in spontaneous dancing! On the flipside have you ever checked out this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwMj3PJDxuo

Undaunted said...

Excellent! They were amazing! They held such natural positions too!

Colette Amelia said...

Love the dancin! What could be better than pizza and dancin men?

Great little memory...hold on to it. Love the drawing!

see you next year!

Gesa said...

Oh, I like this sketchbook project and how you use it; this starry, starry night version is so cute. I'm very intrigued to see the next pages of the book!