The resident faculty left Chef a menu request for the week: “Soup du Jour.”
That was an easy clue. (More)
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That leaves only the resident faculty’s menu request for the “Soup du Jour,” left outside the mail room as they made their way from the
wine cellar library where they spent the weekend drinking thinking on our motto of Magis vinum, magis verum (“More wine, more truth”) to the hot tub faculty lounge for their weekly game where the underwear goes flying planning conference.
Pootie the Precious and the Squirrel sorted this out for the staff:
PootieP@BPI: Supe iz wet noms, rite?
Squirrel@BPI: Yes, that’s right.
PootieP@BPI: Wat is du jour?
Squirrel@BPI: That’s French for “of the day.”
PootieP@BPI: So dey want French supe?
Squirrel@BPI: Not exactly. Like many restaurants, Chef makes her own soups but doesn’t have space or time to make several kinds every day. Whatever kind she makes is the “soup of the day.”
PootieP@BPI: Wen duz she chooz?
Squirrel@BPI: She says she chooses the soup of the day in the morning.
PootieP@BPI: So da fakultee dunno wat it iz?
Squirrel@BPI: Yes, it’s a surprise.
PootieP@BPI: So dere kloo iz dey dont haz a kloo.
Squirrel@BPI: I wouldn’t phrase it quite that way. But that sums it up well.