A new boy is glad he’s found the bottle-lovers, when he overhears Rosh condoning intoxication.
Funny story with translation of song lyrics: Nasha sharab me hota
Math books and flash cards were spread out all over the room. Little Josh was hard at work.
Isha was pleasantly surprised. She quietly closed his door, and backed away, not wanting to disturb him.
Recent New Zealand immigrant Rosh takes his family out dining at an Auckland restaurant.
Clean, cool, glamorous place to dine out. Carpet, chandeliers, flowers, fragrance, music, maidens, all around.
The family has an interesting experience
Rosh and Isha have an argument over who should be making coffee each morning.
She startles him by invoking the Bible to settle their row, "It is an age old tradition. It even says so in the Bible, that the man brews the coffee."
Rosh yearns to recover his money’s worth while dining at Valentines, a New Zealand buffet restaurant.
But the moment Isha places marine flesh in her mouth, she feels so nauseated that …
Their interesting tale reminds Qosh of Khan’s antics.
"Absolutely," the voice confirmed, "I'm telling you man, it's going to be the coldest winter on record."
"How can you be so sure?" the Chief wanted to be positively certain. Even the experts can get it wrong sometimes despite all the technology in use.
A sign is posted somewhere for a reason. To keep you and others safe on the road.
You don’t argue with a sign. You follow it!
"The first type is The Onion Salary."
"You get it, you open it, and you weep."
"There you are," said the vet sadly, as his dog trotted out of the room. "It is completely dead and no longer with us."
"Is that all you're going to do?" the lady was beginning to get pissed off with him.
"I don't think I could handle any more stammering animals, pet," Isha smiled down at him, "One's enough in this household."
"And by the way, animals do stammer!"