It may have taken until after 11 p.m., but finally something resembling a full meal!
(Some fried leftover cheesy polenta with leftover marinara to dip in, some of the marinated zucchini, and a few preseasoned lamb kebab things which aren’t too bad.
The kebabs also came with a little container of tzatziki, but I didn’t notice until after I got them home that it was all curdled like it had been frozen 😈 Good thing they’re fine with no sauce, or the marinara.)
TIL there used to be “party lines” for telephones, the entire neighborhood was linked to a single phone line and they had to take turns using the phone. You could listen in to your neighbors’ calls, or interrupt them telling them to get off the phone because they talk too much and you need to use it
My grandmother was on one up into the ‘80s, until the phone company completely did away with the option. It wasn’t even that much cheaper by then, and I have no idea why she insisted on keeping the party line as long as she could.
By the time I came along, there was only one horrible old lady down the street on there. And she listened in on everything. Probably sad that the eavesdropping opportunities had dwindled to one other household 🙄
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