I'm about to turn 57. I honestly thought I'd be dead by now for many reasons - mostly health. It's November 18, 2023 - but I'll be with friends for it on the 16th. We are going to Boston Pizza for lunch and I'll be having some pasta I love from there. I think it will be the last time I'll be going there for my birthday dinner, as the price went up from $15.99 last year to this year at $22.49. Or so I though LOL. Well after looking up the prices the other day and seeing this massive jump, I was like "DANG." Well I just today hit their site and did the "order online" thing to check the prices and it's still $15.99. I wish I'd have saved the source of the inflated price, but I didn't. I'd sure of have told people NOT to use that one. So looks like I'll be going back next year as well, unless I drop dead. I'll have enough on my gift card for the pasta and a soft drink of some kind. This is the only fuss I'll be making
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