My mother, a teacher, says that there is a child at school whose first and middle name is Corral Sea. I doubt she spells it that way, though. Sounds like a budding porn star to me. Way to go to that mommy & daddy. If you are ever going to spawn have a child, pause here for a moment. There's something to be said about naming a child after someone. If your great aunt named Ballsac was really great to you, by all means, name your child Ballsac. I generally give props to someone that names their child something unique. But think ahead. It might be cutsesy when they're under the age of ten. "Ahhh...Heaven Leigh Cloud-how precious!" I can assure you that it won't be so cute when this baby is a grandma or when they're applying for a job. No one's going to take Corral Sea seriously. Well, unless the job description involves sex toys.
I am SOOO behind with the things I usually do. I have RSS Reader installed at work so that I can read certain blogs & news articles. As of this post, I have 734 new Fark messages. I generally keep u[ on my slack stuff. Man, I'm even 20 posts behind on Maggie's blog and I usually read those 5 mintues after she posts! I need to cut back on the social time and the audit at my company needs to be over already.
So, I really like Zio's. Mainly because it's a little cheaper than other Italian restaurants. Doug and I went there on one of our first ten dates. He didn't think it was anything special. I acquired a coupon for a free appetizer and so I convinced him to try it again. I got my always yum (and free) pepperoni bread and he got spicy chicken alfredo. We both H-A-T-E onions. The description on the menu says:
Do you see the word onion in there? No. How many onions were on the alfredo? MANY MANY MANY. And Doug says "putting onions on chicken is a faux pas." Furthermore, Doug said that the onions weren't even sautéed enough so they were crunchy. I don't think that there will be a third time with Zio's. I'll be ok, though. My office orders out enough from there for me to get my fix.
Tender chicken breast sliced and sautéed then tossed with linguine, bacon, Roma tomatoes, spicy tomato Alfredo sauce and topped withcrispy fried fettuccine.