What Happened to Lunch?!

veronica 2Veronica is my sexy, evil, witty Tarot reading twin sister and she is here to shake up your world and give you advice….real advice. The kind of advice that if followed, will make everyone hate you (and envy you). So hold onto your hat and let’s see what she has to say about the Ace of Cups…

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Robin Wood Tarot

Have you ever been excited to have lunch with a friend you haven’t seen in ages only to find out that she can only meet for one hour and doesn’t eat carbs anymore?

Ugh. Why do these people exist?

Lunches were meant for leisure, decandence and juicy gossip, not rushed affairs during which salads and water are consumed between soul numbing small talk. Fuck!

The refusal to enjoy a leisurely lunch is sick, unhealthy and deranged and it reflects our society’s obsession with the wrong things in life – getting things done, being responsible and not enjoying oneself.

The 30 min low fat, non-alcoholic lunch is the modern day hair shirt.

You need to rail against this social injustice immediately….invite a good friend to lunch and plan on spending a couple hours sipping wine, savoring your meal and indulging in dessert and cafe au lait afterwards.

Sit in the sun, flirt with the waiter and if your uptight friend insists on doing something horrid like rushing back to work, simply whip out an erotic novella to keep you company while you let that creme caramel melt in your mouth. Oh yeah.

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6 Responses to What Happened to Lunch?!

  1. Ronda says:

    Oh heck YEAH!!

  2. Marie says:

    You are right on Sister! If I wanted a business lunch I would of invited someone who would take note of my dainty eating style and non-alcoholic nature. Correctly using company time by only taking an hour for said lunch too!

    If I go out with friends, it’s I’ll get home when I get there, cabbing it if it’s to far to crawl, so don’t ask! I won’t be going out to some fancy table clothed restaurant with a dress code and a priceless menu, especially on the drink menu. LOL

    • ha ha, I’ve never been to a priceless menu restaurant, I don’t think they exist where I live. I wouldn’t go it they did, I would just be so stressed out the entire time wondering what my dinner costs!

  3. Robin says:

    What has all this got to do with the Ace of cups?

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