July 13: 20-sided die; Polyhedral 7 die set; and Empty Glass Jar That Previously Housed Chocolate Chip Cookies

Saturday, July 14, 2012 - Posted by 366 White Elephants at 2:34 AM
Given to Liz from Mark.

Maybe it was the late hour that I worked last night that prompted the need for a midnight snack.  Looking trapped in their glass house, the cookies Mrs. Mark made looked at me with longing chocolate chip eyes with crusted dough sleepers at their corners.  I gazed affectionately back and impulsively unlatched the lid.  Without the slightest twinge of performance anxiety, I sprinted to the refrigerator and came back with two straws and a glass of milk.  Fifteen minutes later, our date was over.  Sorry Liz.  Well, as I found out over lunch, it really didn't matter anyway; Liz doesn't eat gluten.
We had no dessert; they weren't numbered
What she did eat up over lunch was menu item #16.  Using the 20-sided die, she rolled it to determine what her lunch selection would be at the Thai restaurant we dined at.  The result: Pad Num Prik Pau (Chicken Supreme).  She came in looking to order Pad Thai, she left with something she hadn't planned on.  My apologies to menu items 21-33 which were ruled out of contention based on the limits of the die.

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