— A few months ago, I was sitting at my kitchen table and a friend told me she had just come home from dinner at her local country club.
I was stunned.
We both ordered a meal at the Country Club and it was a turkey dinner.
She was seated at the bar and I was seated in the back.
“This is a big deal,” she said, as she walked toward the kitchen.
After that, we went out to dinner and I ordered a steak dinner with three pieces of turkey.
She ordered a chicken dinner with four pieces of chicken.
At first, I wasn’t too excited about the meat.
It was just something that was new.
I’d never had it before.
Then, when we ate, I could tell the meat was a lot better than I had imagined.
It just seemed like the right thing to do.
Later, I realized that she ordered the meat with a side of green salad and the greens on the side were the best part.
I don’t know how much of the meat she actually ate, but the salad was so good, I thought that I had to try it.
So, I had a big ol’ plate of green sauce on it and it tasted great.
But after we got home and the meat came out, it was really disappointing.
Instead of having a salad with green sauce, I ended up with a plate of brown sauce.
This didn’t sound like a big thing, but I knew I’d be hungry after just one plate of food.
And it was.
So when I tried to eat more of the sauce, my stomach went wild and I got full of a ton of food poisoning.
When I had my second plate, it came out full of sauce, but not the meat I was craving.
So I asked my friend how she got her green sauce.
She said that it came from the kitchen, so I guess that was it.
I went back to the kitchen and had the turkey dinner and was very surprised when I got it.
It had more of a turkey flavor than I’d expected.
My friends and I decided to try another turkey dinner after that, and I had it the same day.
I thought it was going to be okay, but then I realized it was completely over.
That was the first time I’d had a turkey that I was very disappointed with.
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