Monday, October 02, 2006

another email

I received another quality email from
my friend
Angela yesterday
and you know I like to share
to here it is...


Hey friend, we went to Ponderosa
I photographed it all. You're welcome.

And NO we don't go often we were in Attleboro, MA. LOL
- Just starving and didn't want to wait for something to be cooked.
Everyone was grumpy. LOL

So while we were there
next to us sits a very dignified 11 year old with her
Ponderosa issued sippy cup...
& get this...three inch high heels...! I wish I was able to get a pic

Nice job, mom!.
Maybe for her 13th birthday you can get her some fake boobies!

Her son, Jack doing his "Karate Kid" moves
In the parking lot

On a side note:
I still can't believe that she ate at Ponderosa
and lived to tell about it...

Some how she managed to eat there without getting
Salmonella, Listeria, or
E. Coli
I wish that show Ripley's Believe It or Not
was still on, I would have written them a letter about this...

it's a miracle in itself!


2 fools said...

Hey...just because I wasn't afflicted with some kind of disease, doesn't mean I was any less scarred by the experience.

Annie said...

I didn't even think Ponderosa still existed.
I'll pass, if I want Norwalk I'll go on a cruise ;)

Anonymous said...

I used to work at Ponderosa. It's a miracle I'm still alive, too.

Anonymous said...

It looks similar to Sizzler out here on the left coast.
Do you have Sizzlers out there?

Jen said...

Mixednut- No sizzlers out here
but I have heard of them

Probably the equivalent
same type swill!

Zed said...

You know, it takes up to 72 hours for salmonella, listeria, or E. coli to show up, so I don't think Angela's out of The woods just yet. :(

Sorry! I'm just always full of good news, aren't I? haha!

Jen said...


Anonymous said...


Bob said...

I've eaten there and I didn't die. I have gotten sick eating at Bonanza though, and I'm pretty sure it's the exact same thing as Ponderosa, just different names in different parts of the country.

Your Girl Friday said...

Cool post... but that food looks revolting!!!!

Joe said...

I liked the Ponderosa in Indiana. Just talking about it yesterday while visiting here in TN. Small world.