We’ve all been there at one point or another.
The key to life being a good one is knowing when to stop. In this case, my bad. I was working in a restaurant last night, and I ended up getting a nosebleed from a very bad accident.
Okay, so it’s not the end of the world. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the nosebleed was actually a very bad one, and the doctor said I might have a fractured jaw and fractured my cheekbone. There was also a little blood on my forehead, as well as a large cut on my left eyebrow.
I am in no way in any way responsible for the accident, and I’m not sure if there was a good reason for it. I only hope that it doesn’t cost me the job. The restaurant is called Breezy News because the owner is a very old lady who likes to say things like, “You could have a better life at Breezy News.
The restaurant is a very old restaurant that sells the best chicken wings in town and a lot of people from the restaurant are from Breezy News (the restaurant actually owns the property). The owner, Betty, is a very nice old lady who was my neighbor when I was a baby, and I don’t know why she made me such a dirty word. I have never asked her for a favor in my life.
The owner has the same name as an imaginary character in Walt Whitman’s “Song of Myself” who is described as a “woman of great knowledge and feeling.” The only difference is that the owner also happens to be a terrible gossip.
This is in reference to the restaurant’s announcement of a possible divorce. I can’t imagine how it’s gonna affect the restaurant’s business. I am not sure what will happen, but I have a feeling we’ll be hearing a lot more about how they’re gonna go about doing it.
Breezy news Kosciusko is a restaurant in the town of Kosciusko in Pennsylvania, USA.
I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a restaurant that made a move to the up and coming suburb of Little League.
Breezy news Kosciusko is a restaurant in the town of Kosciusko in Pennsylvania, USA.I wouldnt be surprised if it was a restaurant that made a move to the up and coming suburb of Little League.