After an uninspired Instagram photo of a half-eaten apple dessert played poorly with their audience, the couple worked late into the night to reconstruct the meal.
A Bozeman couple expressed regret to friends and family on Friday morning for neglecting to publish suitable photos of their food after dining at a downtown restaurant.
“It was Megan’s birthday,” one of the diners explained, “and I guess we just got so caught up in eating dinner that we completely forgot to get out our phones.”
“I feel so stupid!” added his spouse, “I know our friends count on us to document our fine dining experiences and we both feel just awful.”
“I have an unbroken record of posting every Moscow Mule I’ve ever ingested,” she continued, “and forgetting to post about my romantic birthday dinner at Sparrow is just such an embarrassment! It’s like going to Pure Barre and not wearing clothes you bought at Pure Barre! Umm… Oops!”
After an uninspired Instagram shot of a half-eaten apple dessert played poorly with audiences, the diners worked late into the night Thursday to reconstruct the meal in a Facebook post but both agreed that their attempts at damage control fell short of hopes.
“I feel like the menu transcript and diagrams just confused and frustrated our followers,” lamented Megan.
This earthtone-clad liberal (referring to herself as a conservative Democrat) spoke under condition of anonymity
Speaking under condition of anonymity, a Montana Democrat addressed an audience of her boyfriend and a cat this morning, declaring the results of the midterm election to be “shitty.”
The 50-year-old 4th generation Montanan insisted on a second cup of espresso while expounding on her opinion that it sucks to know 57.91% of voters in her home state would rather see a pig-faced, richy-rich, Mother Nature raping corporate lapdog represent them in the U.S. Senate than to elect an intelligent Montana woman who is passionate about science, education and smart, sustainable decision-making.
“Don’t even get me started about that guy’s wacko creationist backers” said the liberal, who was clearly not wearing a brassiere under her disguise.
“It’s going to take a hell of a lot of leftover Halloween candy to put me in a good mood again,” the speaker continued, exposing her liberal arts education by using the correct spelling of the contraction “it is.”
From her nest in a mound of cast-off Twizzlers wrappers, the Democrat conceded that the defeat of LR 126, (the Republican-backed referendum that would have prevented stoners and slacker college students from registering and voting on election day) was something of a victory, but overall, she felt pretty crappy.
“And these Chewy Lemonheads are nothing but F***ing JELLY BEANS!”