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September 30, 2007 at 10:49am

Bonus: Breakfast with Bobble Tiki

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THE DAILY WORD
Learn it, use it, spell it

Clamber \KLAM-buhr; KLAM-uhr\, intransitive verb:
1. To climb with difficulty, or on all fours; to scramble.

USAGE EXAMPLE: After his ninth Long Island ice tea, it was all Bobble Tiki could do to clamber his way to the car, and begin preemptively apologizing to Mrs. Tiki for the two chalupa dinner that would soon find its way from Bobble Tiki’s stomach onto the upholstery of Mrs. Tiki’s shiny new Prius.


Breakfastatbobbletikis THE MORNING NEWS

BUSH LEAGUE: Parents fight at ballgame.

CONGRESS: What our members did.

CHINA: Don’t want to see cleavage.

BERLIN: Screwed!


HUSTLER OF CULTURE
You can stand atop the mountain and scream your naked desires to the universe or shed that synapse epilepsy and hug the South Sound today with your fellow man:

MUSIC: If you’ve been to Jazzbones, there’s a good chance you know Zach Hargrove. His friends call him lunchbox, and he can often be found sucking down menthol cigarettes out front. What many may not realize is Zach’s brother is Mason Hargrove â€" an exceptionally talented guitarist who tends to wear his pants a little higher than his brother. Expect both Hargroves to be in the house at Jazzbones tonight, as Mason joins the “Big Friction Jam” as a special guest.

MORE MUSIC: What's on tonight.

DISH: Where do you want to eat tonight?

FILM: “The Kingdom” rules the lot.

BOBBLE TIKI’S THREATS AND PROMISES COLUMN
Turdus Musicus will play Hell’s Kitchen on Wednesday, Oct. 3. Bobble Tiki isn’t a very intellectual fellow, nor has he ever claimed to be. That said, Bobble Tiki was primarily interested in writing about this show for two reasons. First off, Wednesdays at the Kitchen equal $1 PBRs. That’s never a bad thing. Secondly, it sounds funny to say “Turdus Musicus.” If Bobble Tiki wrote about the show, he knew it meant he’d get to talk about it all week with colleagues, editors, coworkers, and even his family. The words Turdus Musicus have crossed Bobble Tiki’s lips too many times to count over the past few days. If there’s something Bobble Tiki likes almost as much as a reason to celebrate, it’s saying the word turdus.

Please be Bobble Tiki’s friend here.

Breakfast with Bobble Tiki runs Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.  Deal with it.


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