favourite (n.) and their favours (v.)

What is in debt may never die Sitting in the old wooden cafe, Sir Donald McDouchey sips his chai tea and puts the teacup back on the table. He looks around and notices the waiter looking at him eagerly with a half-baked smile. “Touche, you said right. The chai touched my ganglia and gave myContinue reading “favourite (n.) and their favours (v.)”