As I was placing my order, the girl asked me whether I wanted chips, bread, or apple with my sandwich. I told her to repeat my choices, because I wasn’t sure what they were. Then I asked "why more bread, doesn't the sandwich already come with bread?" And I chose apple.
After I paid, I got a familiar plastic device.
When my device started glowing, I went to the pick-up
counter to get my food. I was told by a young guy
that my sandwich was still on the grill,
so I left and sat down at my booth.
A few minutes later the guy came to inform me that my sandwich was ready -- this seemed comical.
He realized it and asked me: "Do you want me to bring your sandwich?" -- I said: "Yes."
The whole time I felt fine, but after I ate, I suddenly became sleepy and I ended up falling slightly asleep
at the table, with my head resting on my hands. And that's how this story ends.
Petrea Volubilis aka Sndpaper Vine is a very beautiful plant to watch when in bloom. The leaves of Petrea V. are very rough on both sides, like a sandpaper! So, naturally, I thought they can be used like a sandpaper, especially when dry ( no trace marks of green). And that is the utilitarian aspect of Petrea Volubilis!
I tried to sand an old piece of wood with a dry leaf, and it worked.
Sandpaper Vine: the leaves are very rough, like a sandpaper!