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Lewis & Clark descendants discover unknown Thai restaurant

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MAPLETON – Roommates Steven Lewis and Trevor Clark, descendants of the famous American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, say they’ve discovered a Thai restaurant on 3rd street.

“I had no idea there was a Thai restaurant in this neighborhood,” said Mr. Lewis who claims to be the first person in his immediate circle of influence to know about the establishment. “I was walking out of the dry cleaners last week, when I noticed this little place down the street.”

That afternoon Lewis phoned his roommate, Mr. Clark, to tell him about the discovery and to gauge his interest in coordinating an early dinner expedition. “I was like ‘Heck yes!’ and kissed my girlfriend goodbye, not knowing when I’d return,” Clark recalls.

The duo set out on a four-city-block journey, mustering every ounce their genetic fortitude and navigational prowess, finally arriving at the Bo Thai Cafe. “I remember feeling hungry and wondering whether I could withstand the trek across two busy intersections. Something inside me said I would survive,” Lewis said.

The partners kept detailed mental notes of their dinner experience, but their reviews were mixed. “I had the Baby corn and Mushroom stir fry, which I would probably recommend to friends or close acquaintances,” Clark said. Lewis was served a dish that resembled Roasted Duck Curry, but tasted much different. “There was a handlebar mustache hair in my food. I think it psyched me out. I hated it,” Lewis said.

The two men later returned home by way of public transit and vowed to return only if they had a monster craving for egg rolls, beyond the ability of Panda Express to pacify.

Written by ikeusa

March 26, 2009 at 9:05 pm

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