I'm not saying!

“How nice of you to be here, come in!'

Exaggerated kindness, I do not like it, I always feel that they need something from me. I know, I'm a suspicious type when it comes to “the word.”. You'll see, so comes the question of what I want to drink.

'Coffee? teas?'

See, I knew it! 'Plain water is fine.'

So, that point I've got in. Hold on for a while.

“What a cold outside, don't you think??'

No, I'm not gonna say! I'm gonna shrug my shoulders, that's enough answer..

'Luckily you can dress up on that, right??“I nod, but I don't say it, I'll damn it! I know what they're after, but I refuse to put the word “hat “over my lips. I'm not saying it.!

(c) 2021 Hans van Gemert

This story fits into the #140w - #writingchallenge from March 2021. Do you want to join? Look here how to do that:

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After Eight
#Eten   #recipes #chocolate #italianrecipe Asparagus PEEL THE ASPARAGUS AND COOK THEM IN A SPACIOUS SAUCEPAN WITH WATER. ADD A TABLESPOON OF SALT AND A PINCH OF SUGAR. AS SOON AS THE WATER BOILS, TURN OFF THE WATER SOURCE. LEAVE THE LID ON THE PAN. SMOKED SALMON Roll up and distribute on the plates. Brush with a dressing of lime juice, fresh dill and pepper from the pepper grinder - - FRESH SPINACH Fry one chopped onion and 2 crushed cloves of garlic in oil. V add a handful of spinach leaves and add pepper from the pepper grinder.  Let the spinach shrk and then add again a handful. Add spinach leaves until they are on. REDUCE THE HEAT. - RISOTTO Fry one chopped onion and 2 crushed cloves of garlic in oil. AS SOON AS THE ONION BECOMES VITREOUS, ADD THE RISOTTO UNTIL IT BECOMES GLASSY (+/- 10 MINUTES). EXTINGUISH WITH A BIG SPLASH OF WHITE WINE. ADD A LADLE OF THE COOKING LIQUID FROM THE ASPARAGUS. STIR UNTIL COMPLETELY ABSORBED (+/- 15 MINUTES. NOW STIR PARMESAN. - PUT ON THE PLATE THE RISOTTO, ASPARAGUS AND STIR-FRIED SPINACH. DECORATE WITH FRESH DILL. - CHOCOLATE Au bain marie melt the broken pieces of chocolate. WITH A GOOD CUP OF COFFEE IS CHOCOLATE. THE DOG MARC (WILD HERB PLANT) FROM THE GARDEN OR MINT LEAVES DIP INTO THE MELTED BUTTER AND LET COOL IN THE REFRIGERATOR. DELICIOUS WITH A CUP OF COFFEE. - IT TASTES LIKE AFTER EIGHT! (DO YOU REMEMBER THESE CHOCOLATES?) - - AFTER EIGHT Meanwhile, the beautiful sunny day is almost over. The sun is almost going down. Have a little after-enjoy with a delicious beer. - -
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The 140 breadcrumbs or so... (9)
#140w In the challenge of the month of May with the word 'breadcrumbs' I will tell today a story from the world of the world of the world-famous dedective Sherlook Olmas and his friend Doctor Watzoon (a nod to Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson), here come my 140 words: Watzoon looked frowning at Detective Sjerlook Olmas. “Not so gloomy, Watzoon,” replied Olmas, “When one excludes the impossible, what rest, strange as it may be, must be the solution”. Olmas intervened in a murder case at the request of Inspector Destraat. They were looking at the body of the neighborhood butcher. Olmas used his magnifying glass to search for clues. “What you notice?’ Watzoon scraped his throat: “Blood, lots of blood!”. Sjerlook shook his head. Dr. Watzoon would have to learn a lot before he became a good detective.. “Yes, he was making black pudding, but I think the baker is the killer.!” “No, Sjerlook, in black pudding there's bread?” “Yes, sometimes, but look at the sign on the counter at the black pudding!” Watzoon read: “Our blood sausage with oatmeal instead of bread for those who are allergic to bread like me!” © Rudi J.P. Lejaeghere