Memory of Grandfather

Justice Minotaur remembers the following information related to his grandfather Guantanamo Fridge*:

“When he was older and alone, he bought a really nice lady’s dress for a chair in his dining room to ‘wear,’ for lack of a better way of putting it. Every night before dinner, he would put his TV dinner down on the table and then slowly unbutton the dress, removing it from the chair. Then he would sit and eat. Then he would put the dress back on the chair and button it up. He repeated this every night for 17 years. When he died we buried him in the dress as best we could, though the fit was very tight.” Further Minotaur saith not.

*The name was translated into English from Kanji characters by a first-year Japanese student at Fresh Mex Now! (TM) Junior High School.

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One thought on “Memory of Grandfather

  1. In our language and in our manner of culture the refrigerator is less important, in terms of cooling. When you eat more close to you — the restaurants, the stores — you don’t have the need for the great box in order to be able to eliminate the heat.

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