Better make reservations.
Fa ra ra ra ra, ra ra, ra, ra.
Today’s date right in panel one? Did go comics skip a beat?
Why should they cook? Just the two of them.
Headed off to Denny’s for our Christmas pancakes soon as the wife is ready.
The kids must be dead to them. No grandchild, no call, nothing.
Musicians’ Christmas tradition: Play for services/Masses, then go out for Chinese before a nice long nap.
I would LOVE some Chinese food today, since my local is open (I know the owner)… however, we will likely also include our usual Italian dinner as well: lasagna. I can’t lose either way (yes, weight-wise too)…
I thought that I was making reservations at the China Dynasty, one of the better-known Chinese restaurants in Columbus. I found out late last night that I had inadvertently called the China Dynasty on 161.
Yelp gives it a slightly better rating. We’ll see. This might turn out to be more interesting and memorable than the movie’s restaurant.
And Merry Christmas to all!
Christmas alone again? Sad.
Early Christmas morning it’s OK but by 10 o’clock the place needs to be busting with children and grandchildren.
Thai with 8-10 friends.
That does sound good! There’s a Chinese place up the street that does crazy good business on Christmas night.
Speaking for the Jewish community of NorthAm, I wish to thank the Han Diaspora for seeing to our prandial peculiarities at both Christmas and Eastertide.
May everyone have a happy and safe day with family and friends!
A few years back my wife was in the hospital on Christmas and I spent a lot of time there with her. When I finally left there were no restaurants open and I actually did end up at a Chinese restaurant. No one sang to me though.
We took my mother-in-law out for Chinese law night (Christmas eve) and the place was packed. Busier than we’ve ever seen it.
Whatever happened to the kids here, did they just disappear?
We were at a family members home for traditional Christmas Eve repast and today I will be doing a turkey dinner with all the fixin’s for 6 people tonight. Christmas is a family meal tradition. Not ‘go’ food.
Huh! I think my brother and his wife are doing the same thing
Super disappointed that we weren’t surprised by Gene and his lovely family visiting Arlo and Janis this Christmas morning. Oh well…
cooking peking duck, started two days ago, and the realway not the new: can’t have food out at room temp….
Don’t forget the “Major Award”.
It’s … SMILING at me!
Maybe we can see Gene and his family Xmas meal…
Merry Christmas — Happy Holidays one and all!
Did she hear his tummy rumbling?
That was a family tradition for my family back in the 1950’s.
We lived in Glendale, California, and the Chinese restaurant we went to every Christmas day was on North Orange St.
I would swear in a court of law that it looked exactly like the one in the movie “Christmas Story”.
Chinese places are always open on Christmas; my wife and I discovered that years ago.