Long before my arrival in the late Summer of 2008 St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in Houston, TX began hosting a weekly Spaghetti Luncheon every Thursday afternoon for the neighborhood. The luncheon seemed to have become a staple of the community; Orthodox and non-Orthodox from the Greater Houston area would enjoy a simple, bargain-priced, yet delicious and filling lunch.
Today (Being Thursday), an older gentleman stopped by the Church Office today around lunchtime; the conversation went down like this:
Older Gentleman: "What time does the Spaghetti Luncheon end today?"
Church Secretary: "Sir, we stopped doing the Spaghetti Luncheon at least 5 years ago."
Older Gentleman: "Oh really? That's a shame...it sure was delicious. Mind if I use your bathroom, since I'm here?"
Church Secretary: "Of course, Sir."
*Older Gentleman begins walking towards the Church Hall*
Church Secretary: "Sir, the bathrooms are down this hallway!"
Older Gentleman: "Oh, ya'll moved the bathrooms."
Church Secretary: "No, it's just a new building."
-A Day in the Life of the Youth Director