So…. what’s for lunch?

It never failsÖ. Lunch time comes around, and the great debate starts out. Where are we going for lunch? Most of the time, you whittle it down to your old standards of four or five places you always eat at.

Sometimes, you stick to your guns, and are rewarded with what ever your cravings geared you towardsÖ. Some times you are beaten down by the masses and are forced to go to that place you donít like. But seldom is everyone happy on the lunch choice.

Today was one of those daysÖ. One of those days that I got to go where my stomach was leading me. Chin Chin!! (Well technically it is ìChin Chin Vî) Always a favorite to the majorityÖ and consistently good. I am not sure about the other Chin Chin locations, but the one here at Perimeter is great!!


But that only solved our problem todayÖ. But what about tomorrowÖ.. Oh the inner turmoil that I faceÖ

Thatís where the ìWheel Oí Yumî comes inÖ. ìThe Wheel ‘O Yum is a program to assist in deciding where to eat. All too often, excess time is spent among groups trying to decide. The Wheel ‘O Yum allows people to vote on their favorite restaurants and spin the wheel for a random restaurant.î


If distance was not an deterrent Ö what would be on your Wheel Oí Yum? Ö.yummyÖ VortexÖ.. Pizza Hut buffetÖ.. Chin ChinÖ. Q-Doba (Roswell Rd)Ö As you can see, I have a love for healthy foodsÖ :-)

I better stopÖ Im getting hungry

2 Comments so far

  1. Paulie (unregistered) on July 25th, 2005 @ 1:08 pm

    Just don’t say Chin-Chin to the Japanese. Apparently, it’s very similar sounding for their word for ‘penis’. My friend Mitsuyo smiled and laughed the other day when I suggested eating at Chin-Chin because I like Chin-Chin.

    clarification: I like eating Chin-Chin the restaurant, not the Japanese chin-chin

  2. Briam (unregistered) on July 25th, 2005 @ 1:20 pm

    Yikes… wonder if I have used that in the wrong conversation before? I will have to add that to the ever growing list of things I am not supposed to say.

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