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Danny's Blarney Blog
Family stories and other tall tales from the extended family and friends of Dan Lyons
Friday, February 29, 2008
Regina Owens Lyons (raised in a small town)
was dining with prosperous son in a posh restaurant.
"George, there's a fire at that other table."
George, in a patronizing tone:
"Mom, that's OK. That's flambe."
"A fire in a napkin?"
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