I'm over at Martinis and Minivans today with a post about Flat Martini.
Who's Flat Martini? you ask. Remember the Flat Stanley children's books? Flat Stanley roamed the world, having adventures with each of the people he visited.
Well, this is the same concept, but the adult beverage version. Even if he is laminated. (Don't tell him I said that.)
|by Danielle Herzog, Martinis and Minivans|
When Flat Martini visited me, I took him on a tour of the landmark Flatiron Building on 23rd and Broadway in NYC where I work. I was thinking he would have a lot in common with the structure. A fondness for flat. The triangular shape. And while there he uncovered a conspiracy. Go read it; I'll wait.
Are you back? Well, I disavow all knowledge of the Illuminati or the so-called New World Order, and if anything happens to Flat Martini as a result of his speculations, well, that's on him.
Go visit Danielle's site to see posts from other bloggers detailing their own adventures with this delightful, but perhaps too inquisitive, traveling companion.
Finally, even though this post does not involve Zoe, Flat Martini is the first martini I've carried around for a sustained period over the past five years so I'm still going to close with . . .
Zoe: 111; Universe: 0
I need a win here, people.