My thoughts on having a leisure brekkie with friends:

“It was, indeed, the most beautiful stew in the world, being made of partridges and pheasants and chickens and hares and rabbits and peahens and guinea-fowls and one or two other things. Toad took the plate on his lap, almost crying, and stuffed and stuffed and stuffed…..He thought that he had never eaten so good a breakfast in all his life.” Wind in the Willows, Kenneth Grahame, 1908

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