Good old Onimal came thru once again and showed us the money, literally. Apparently, he came across a bit of legal tender playing some sorta game. I’m not sure what it’s called but I think people call it “gambling”. To be honest, how he got his dough is of little concern to me, but his decision to share his good fortune (especially with me) is the mark of a true playa, for real.
The Onimal (who I shall refer to as “playa” for the remainder of this entry, and in all likelihood, ONLY in this entry unless he decides to buy me another steak for lunch) treated Daphinator and yours truly to an afternoon meal at Ruth’s Chris. Notice my gesture of thanks towards the “playa”.
Practicing my steak-knife stance in anticipation of the main course.
The main course, meat.
“Playa” ate so much that after our meal he requested to lay down in a nearby park to rest his weary body. It didn’t seem to ease his overstuffed condition since he vomited in a fashion not unlike that of a gushing geyser, no more than two seconds after he had placed his head down.
the photo that Phil's practicing his steak-knife stance, that's such a silly item (I mean I love it) but Phil's hands get tensed up and the direction of eyes is exactly same as the direction of knife-point. That's nice. (...nice ?)(nice!)(...OK, it's nice...)
Wooooow! The very thick steak on the top page of these sites! That looks really delicious!!! The outside is well-done and the inside is rare, it's really my favorite! (... no one listen to you, anyway.)
In Japan, it's a swank....
I guess, also in Hong Kong, it's a swank, too... according to this Phil's entry.
And then... Oh, How tender-hearted Onimal was! Not only treating the sumptuous steak for lunch but also purchasing the game software for Phil! Good for you, Phil!
That is the mark of a true playa, "Don't keep any money overnight, if you get it on gamble." (it's Japanese old byword)
BTW, Phil was drinking... iced coffee...??(@first photo)
So... Onimal drained alone a bottle of wine.....?!?!
(Daphinator was drinking iced coffee, too.)
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