Only about four more meals or so in Toronto before we start heading home, so I had to take my family to dinner at my favorite Thai restaurant in town. While the eats are super-yum, the waitstaff can be kinda sorta too friendly and/or overly aggressive and/or robot fake-y in their hyped-up enthusiasm, so it can be a bit of a draggy dining experience. Still, it’s some of the best Thai eats I’ve had, so the deloycious eats make up for the weirdo vibe.
The boy said he prefers the Thai restaurant at home, but he still polished off his pad see ew in no time. He gave the joint a B-minus. I’m starting to think that my son grades every restaurant that’s not one of his hometown favorites a B-minus.

Only about four more meals or so in Toronto before we start heading home, so I had to take my family to dinner at my favorite Thai restaurant in town. While the eats are super-yum, the waitstaff can be kinda sorta too friendly and/or overly aggressive and/or robot fake-y in their hyped-up enthusiasm, so it can be a bit of a draggy dining experience. Still, it’s some of the best Thai eats I’ve had, so the deloycious eats make up for the weirdo vibe.

The boy said he prefers the Thai restaurant at home, but he still polished off his pad see ew in no time. He gave the joint a B-minus. I’m starting to think that my son grades every restaurant that’s not one of his hometown favorites a B-minus.

Whenever I’m in Toronto for werk, I feel like I only get to see and experience just a very small sliver of what the city has to offer. Being in the office is like a sprint and I need to maximize face time with my team and my colleagues. 

Having busy daddy and the boy here with me adds an extra layer of complexity, which is fun and stuff, but I already feel like we’re running out of time. 

Oh Toronto, there’s too much food to eat and too many fun things to do and see in a few short days.

Whenever I’m in Toronto for werk, I feel like I only get to see and experience just a very small sliver of what the city has to offer. Being in the office is like a sprint and I need to maximize face time with my team and my colleagues.

Having busy daddy and the boy here with me adds an extra layer of complexity, which is fun and stuff, but I already feel like we’re running out of time.

Oh Toronto, there’s too much food to eat and too many fun things to do and see in a few short days.

The Bossman took the Busy-Lazy boys out for some authentic northern Chinese eats in Chinatown for lunch. The boy got beef tripe noodle soup, which I thought was deloycious. The boy gave the joint a B-minus. We asked him why he was such a harsh critic, and the boy said, “I’m very particular about food.” Apparently.

The Bossman took the Busy-Lazy boys out for some authentic northern Chinese eats in Chinatown for lunch. The boy got beef tripe noodle soup, which I thought was deloycious. The boy gave the joint a B-minus. We asked him why he was such a harsh critic, and the boy said, “I’m very particular about food.” Apparently.

It’s drive halfway across the country and into Canada then bring your kid to werk day.

It’s drive halfway across the country and into Canada then bring your kid to werk day.

Do u have a facebook account for your "fans"..love your blog!!

Hey guurrl! Thanks for your nice note! You can totally follow the Lazy Dad’s Guide to Everything page on the Book of Faces, but I don’t really do much with it cuz I don’t really understand how to use the Book of Faces, TBH. Whomp whomp.

If you’re an Instagram kinda person, I sometimes post shizz on my personal Instagram account, but it’s mostly just pics of what I’m eating and stuff, which is to say, it’s pretty much the same shizz that I post here.

I dunno, my intern I sometimes write about more parenting-related stuff here. If you’re a biz tech-y kinda person, I write another blog about design and tech, too. 

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BTW, thanks for following! I love you, but I’m not in love with you, if you know what I’m sayin’.