MUSHROOMS A-Z

 
 
 
MUSHROOMS A-Z
MUSHROOMS A-Z

John talks about picking mushrooms | Lilou doesn’t | John makes coffee

John: Okay, my love, We talked about picking mushrooms just five minutes ago, and I said “hey, we must write about that.” Shall we?

Lilou: I told you I don’t want to say the exact same things again. It will sound fake … dear.

John: Okay, sounds like it is time for a family meeting, to decide on the whats and whys and wheretos of day to day interaction. Is it you or is it me who is weird?

Lilou: ….

John: Okay.

Lilou: I told you to either write down what we said or skip this. I’m not in the mood for work.

John: Me neither. But I like mushrooms.

Lilou: I like coffee and breakfast and I want it now.

John: Okay my little sweet valley chanterelle. I fix it.

Lilou: Thank you dear. I just found the most amazing Japanese woodblock prints!

John: I guess I cannot fry them in butter and put them into an enchilada.

Lilou: You can buy mushrooms in the store, dear. There is no need to get stung by mosquitoes and get sweaty in the woods. If one want to get sweaty it’s on the beach, not in the woods with ugly wellingtons.

John: I thought we could lure some international tourists to perhaps visit the Swedish forests but I think you have made your point quite clear.

Lilou: Aren’t they the ones picking the mushrooms?

John: Time for coffee, my love.

 

John talks about picking mushrooms | Lilou doesn’t | John makes coffee.

John: Okay, my love, We talked about picking mushrooms just five minutes ago, and I said “hey, we must write about that.” Shall we?

Lilou: I told you I don’t want to say the exact same things again. It will sound fake … dear.

John: Okay, sounds like it is time for a family meeting, to decide on the whats and whys and wheretos of day to day interaction. Is it you or is it me who is weird?

Lilou: ….

John: Okay.

Lilou: I told you to either write down what we said or skip this. I’m not in the mood for work.

John: Me neither. But I like mushrooms.

Lilou: I like coffee and breakfast and I want it now.

John: Okay my little sweet valley chanterelle. I fix it.

Lilou: Thank you dear. I just found the most amazing Japanese woodblock prints!

John: I guess I cannot fry them in butter and put them into an enchilada.

Lilou: You can buy mushrooms in the store, dear. There is no need to get stung by mosquitoes and get sweaty in the woods. If one want to get sweaty it’s on the beach, not in the woods with ugly wellingtons.

John: I thought we could lure some international tourists to perhaps visit the Swedish forests but I think you have made your point quite clear.

Lilou: Aren’t they the ones picking the mushrooms?

John: Time for coffee, my love.