We've all been there on a Friday or Saturday night: You and your friends make brunch plans while also a tad bit inebriated. You're not 100 percent sure that they're even gonna follow through.
Waking up to a flurry of brunch texts is arguably better than snowfall on Christmas morning. Inarguably.
Party of 10. And, yes, we're all here. BOOM.
We're fancy, we're free and we're freaking hungry for some eggs and toast. This table will do.
Yes. The answer is always yes.
We all know the age-old brunch conundrum: sweet or savory? It's tricky because you or your friend might not want to commit at first. There needs to be trust. Then, and only then, can you sharesies.
WE NEED MORE TIME! Weren't you just here a second ago?
Okay, so I can get the most yummy, mouthwatering thing on this menu for $12.50 or something basic and bland for $11. Why is this choice always so hard?
Yes. As with "Should we order champagne?" the answer is always yes.
Thank God you have the rest of the day to lay around in your pajamas. Who are those maniacs that are running for exercise at 8:00 AM on a Sunday?
Um, yeah. We're not Rockefellers. We'll be splitting this check 15 ways, thank you very much.
Listen, life's hard. So if you and some friends can get together and break bread and have a laugh or two, then, you know what? You're living your best life.