This is Day 2 of the 2018 edition of the 20 Days of Chill writing challenge hosted by P. J. at A ‘lil HooHaa. Please join us this month on our writing journey. Today's prompt is Mac and Cheese.
Today we are talking with Mac, the Cheese Man (no, not the mobster from The Golden Girls).
R2R: So, Mac, how did you get into the cheese business?
Mac: My high school sweetheart was Swiss and so beautiful I just melted.
R2R: How does that relate to cheese?
Mac: Have you ever heard of Gorgonzola?
R2R: Yes, of course.
Mac: She comes from the Swiss Family Gorgonsen.
R2R: Did you ever study abroad?
Mac: No, I just told you I had a girlfriend. But I did go to Switzerland for a while to apprentice with her grandpa. While I was there studying my butt off, she ran off with the milkman. Now I hear they're making cheddar together.
R2R: I bet that left you bitter. I'm surprised you stuck with cheese after being treated like that.
Mac: You win some, you lose some. I was dumped like moldy Feta, but I'll always have Brie.
R2R: So that's your cheese of choice?
Mac: No, Brie is my dog. I'm partial to aged cheeses myself.
R2R: What are your plans for the future?
Mac: I wanna open my own cheese joint. I plan to call it CHOMPS ELSIE
R2R: May I ask why "CHOMPS ELSIE"?
Mac: It stands for Cheddar, Havarti, Oma, Muenster, Provolone, Swiss, Emmenthaler, Limburger, Saga, Inverness and Edam. You know like that fancy French place.
R2R: I see... Yes, well that is creative.
Mac: Too cheesy?
R2R: It is exactly what I would expect from Mac, the Cheese Man. It has been a pleasure talking with you today. Good luck and may the cheese be with you.
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