concinnity (noun). harmony or elegance of design, especially of literary style in adaptation of part to a whole or to each other

December 13, 2009

I’m currently craving Habibs at the moment.  Darren took me to the infamous restaurant last night to consume some beautiful charcoal chicken with garlic sauce. Yum!  I was in the vicinity of Habibs this evening when my parents decided to go have Pho for dinner, so all I got to do was take a good whiff of charcoaling chicken when we drove past.  An sent me a message when I was eating, which suggested she saw me, but I never saw her.  SORRY AN, I has my phone on silent.

I normally don’t like Pho, I still don’t.  Thankfully, the Pho restaurant we went to had a variation of the traditional beef noodle soup, with chicken noodle soup.  It still wasn’t that great, but the fact that a medium (read:massive) bowl was $12.50 (which is considered over-priced for a bowl of noodle soup), kept me consuming until I was nearly done.  Habibs would have been so much more satisfying.

I’m off to dream about charcoal chicken and garlic sauce and turkish bread and pickles and fries.

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One Response to “concinnity (noun). harmony or elegance of design, especially of literary style in adaptation of part to a whole or to each other”

  1. Hieu Says:

    It’s Lebanese bread.

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