Surely the answer is obvious. I'm shocked that so many people have demonstrated themselves to be so misguided.
It's turning into a landslide now anyway.
not enough of one for my liking
I don't like chocolate and orange together, otherwise I'd choose the choc. tart.
It would be the cheesecake but for the coulis, why do people keep doing this (not that the orange creme is much better)? It doesn't count towards your 5-a-day!
I don't understand. Does one not simply say 'I can/can't attend your wedding'?
I have to make choices form a menu for this one. Life used to be simpler.
Oh, I thought you were sending them one for a minute.
Oh god! Wouldn't it be great if everyone misunderstood, and brought either one, or the other?
Wow. I would find it very stressful ordering food that far in advance. What if you changed your mind on the day??
Cause a distraction and swap with someone else while nobody's looking.
Would this tactic work for the over-5s?
Good point. I'll make sure I'm sitting next to an under-5.
Nicking a cake off a five year old should be pretty easy.
I thought the court ordered that you couldn't?
If it wasn't for the orange cream I would have chosen the tart.
Why can't they offer chocolate tart with cheesecake on the side? Best of both worlds.
Go cheesecake! You can make it!
IN the interests of a righteous and sensible dessert choice being made I've asked in the office and J says "chocolate tart" and Natalia says "chocolate tart" and Oscar (by means of choosing a hand with a treat in it) says "chocolate tart".
It seems to be lacking the 'all of the above' option.
anything chocolate is YUMMY, imho :)
Oh for heaven's sake, it's easy. You always choose the one that contains chocolate. ALWAYS!
(This might explain our choice of puppy)
Edited at 2009-03-27 04:51 pm (UTC)