Nana: “What’d you have for lunch?”
MT: “I got some sushi. I’ve been eating a lot of it lately.”
Nana: “Can’t you afford some real food? Oh dear, let me get you some money.”
Nana: “Does Ashley have to go to a school tomorrow?”
JT: “She’s not sure yet, they call her in the morning.”
Nana: “What kind of a job is that? How can you plan your day? We need to go to breakfast!”
Nana: Give Johnny this sandwich.
NT: I’ll let him know he can have it if he wants it.
Nana: …make him want it.
KT: What’s this bottle from Nana?
Nana: That mooky-gooky stuff you drink
KT: Kombucha tea?
Nana: “The only reason I invited you to lunch is because I didn’t think I’d make it if I walked.”
MT: “Boy, that soup was filling. I’m stuffed. Nana, can you finish it?”
Nana: “No…but I’ve got some cookies!”
Nana: “That lady looks older than me. She shouldn’t be out to breakfast, she should be home eating an English muffin.”
Nana: “We should go out to breakfast tomorrow.”
Mom: “…but we’re at Cole Farms right now!”
Nana: “…but I gave up knitting! Eating out is my hobby!”
Nana: “[Your late grandfather] ate all the awful things… I guess it’s a Polish meal.”
Nana: “I was so young I didn’t know the difference between candy and garbage.”
Nana: “No one looks like you who isn’t bulimic.”
Nana: “Kristian! Johnny said this was your gum!”
KT: “No, that’s not mine, but I’ll take it…”
Nana: “No you won’t! It’s Chinese, it probably has lead in it!”