We knew Karen Moy was writing off her trip to France this year, but she had to throw in a reference to Milan to write off the Italy leg of her trip.
This guy is so insufferable. "Yes, the pizza's great, Dawn, but it's not as good as it is at a place I know in Italy that you never heard of and would know nothing about." Of course, Dawn's again drinking pop out of a can with a straw, so she's not exactly the epitome of sophistication, neckerchief notwithstanding. Ah well, at least they're done discussing that Moppa's-ant guy.-- Scottie McW.
Not only is Hugo holding his slice awkwardly, but the slice has developed an extremely odd shape between panel one and two. Also, it looks as though we are embarking on yet another chapter in the saga “Dawn’s Dating Disasters”.
These two deserve to be together, talking AT each other, to TO each other.
Hugo has his elbows on the table - how gauche!Dawn praising American cuisine based on this cardboard pizza is a laugh and a half. Ms. Sophisticate she ain’t....
Given KM’s repetitive plot lines, I figure it’s just a matter of time until we find out Hugo is really Dwayne Kurfansky, a local unemployed actor who has never set foot in France, but Googles information so he can sound knowledgeable when he speaks with his French accent.
Time for Dawn to throw some shade:"I prefer "Il Pizzaiuolo" in Florence. We used to eat there before hitting the clubs while I was studying in Italy. The art in Florence is great. Have I told you about my ex-boyfriend Dave?That trip worked out much better than the cruise my father and I took on the Unita del Mare - the ship that capsized.And speaking of famous authors... have I mentioned my father? He's written several books. He's also secretly the "Wendy" of "Ask Wendy" fame."
When did pizza become an "American food"? And why the heck are they eating pizza in a French restaurant? I've eaten in a French restaurant and pizza was NOT on the menu.These two are so boring. When you meet a new person there is so much to talk about, their likes, where they've been, etc. All these two nimrods have talked about is strange looking pizza and Guy De Massupant sitting under the Eiffel Tower. Ugh. So much for Savoir Faire.
Dawn and Hugo need to get outside and go on some bench sitting dates.
So saying the food tastes like Piz is a compliment? I'm glad I'm unsophisticated.
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