Hike’s Dictionary: Omelet

September 10, 2014 § Leave a comment

Omelet – om-lit (noun) A location, usually on a wall, where electricity can be accessed. I wish there was an omelet right here. 

The other night while I was making dinner, Hiram told me he wished he could have an omelet. But, he said, “They’re pretty hard to get and take a lot of work and are expensive.” I was about to disagree and offer to make him one for dinner when he said, “I just need a place to plug this in.”

Oh. You’re right. Omelets are too expensive.



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