hatted nibbles

August 6, 2009


It’s hard to tell, sometimes, whether one is going to be fed at a function download outlook images. Do you eat something quickly beforehand and risk wasting stomach space? Or do you risk breaking an awkward silence with the ever-so-identifiable growl of a stomach before rushing out at the end to hit up your closest eatery (usually either Chinatown, Macca’s or a kebab store by the time most events are done) download subtitles german.

At this particular event, we were told that there would be “hatted nibbles” – a term I was unfamiliar with. And its meaning? Honey’d peanuts in a sticky mound spotify fehler beim herunterladen. Puff pastry parcels. Filo pastry wrapped seafood. Felafel-esque balls. An unidentifiable canape.

And oh-my-goodness-so-much-love: sardines on toast Download cd and dvd burn for free.

If there was a plate of those I would have snuck into a corner and eaten them one briney sweet mouthful at a time. All. Night.

But there wasn’t so (when all was done and dusted) we headed to I-San Thai Download pdf converter for free.

Now I can’t be the only one. So tell me, have you ever headed to a function with little to no idea about what (or if) you would be eating apple itunes for free?

  • #1
    August 6th, 2009

    Yeah ‘function’ is a very unclear when it comes to food isn’t it? I usually ask and confirm what sort of food exactly they’d serve though. lol and I don’t mind popping in post-function meal and dessert!

  • #2
    August 6th, 2009

    I think Yas meant “I don’t mind popping in a pre AND post function meal and dessert :)”

    hee hee yeah I say go in empty to maximise the possibility, if not then there is always after… just make sure it’s close by haha

  • #3
    August 8th, 2009

    I always take nibbles to mean that I’ll probably be hungry later, and prepare accordingly 😛

  • #4
    August 8th, 2009

    @Yas: I keep finding myself doing that! But it means that instead of getting home at 9pm, I’m getting home at half past eleven. Zzzzzz!

    @FFichiban: Close by is a big issue huh? Will we ever learn?

    @Y: Probably for the best, but I’m always too hopeful! 🙁