“Her mother was very skeptical about me in the beginning. I wasn't the race that she'd imagined her daughter hooking up with, and, as someone who already had children, I think that was a bit of an issue in her mind. I didn't speak Cantonese, I wasn't a doctor or a lawyer. I think it was mostly that I devoured every one of her recipes with such enthusiasm that I ate my way into her affections. The first time I had dinner with Mrs. Chow, she had some of her Mahjongg buddies over, so I was definitely on display there. I devoured the food and, at the end, I asked how to say "thank you for the good food." Now, depending on the tone you use, you can give it a totally different meaning. So I said it, with much enthusiasm, and there was this shocked silence as everyone tried to figure out what I was trying to say. One lady fell off the couch she was laughing so hard, and Olivia was in stitches. I'd just said "thank you for the good sex" in a rather raw way. My faux pas broke the ice completely. We've been good buddies ever since. ”—Canada News: Jack and Olivia: Love at first sight - thestar.com
where the passing is free on the pond is on every pond joy sealed over water the blanket scarf and shinny snow skate around rage over ice bump indifference breathe frosted passion eskimos alouettes, canadiens nationals, iroquois, suffragettes flag flaps stolen thunder mock guffaw but no small too small. a palm a gentle the wood warmed in the House the flag was orange, the spirit plain from Tommy or Ed, Alexa and all was all and more to come from charlottetown to white horse and surely beyond all worlds wrapped in maple team and Olivia's Jack
Can we just talk about the fact that Olivia Chow did an interview with The Grid last week where she said her phobia is Stephen Harper?