I refute your argument thus: strudel’s terrific. Everyone likes strudel!

I refute your argument thus: strudel’s terrific. Everyone likes strudel!


MARTIN: I see your cheesecake with my strudel. DOUGLAS: Excellent! All right, Arthur, take us through the runners and riders. ARTHUR: Thank you, Douglas! Well, welcome to the five thirty-five from … up in the air. The conditions are perfect, the seatbelt sign’s been on for over forty minutes, I’ve been round with the drinks trolley twice, and they’re really squirming for the off. The favourites, of course, are the runners in Row A – today the trombone player who looks like Winston Churchill and the little clarinettist with the head that’s too big for him. Who do you want, Skip?

MARTIN: I see your cheesecake with my strudel.
DOUGLAS: Excellent! All right, Arthur, take us through the runners and riders.
ARTHUR: Thank you, Douglas! Well, welcome to the five thirty-five from … up in the air. The conditions are perfect, the seatbelt sign’s been on for over forty minutes, I’ve been round with the drinks trolley twice, and they’re really squirming for the off. The favourites, of course, are the runners in Row A – today the trombone player who looks like Winston Churchill and the little clarinettist with the head that’s too big for him. Who do you want, Skip?