Far East Movement has a song, Like a G6, but any time I hear it, it sounds “like a cheese stick.”
Annunciation is very important.
Apparently, so is context.
A nurse at the surgery center where I work recounted the story of showing her high school yearbook to her son.
In one picture, there was a guy–not his father–with his arm around her. In another, she was pictured with a different guy. He looked up at her and pleaded, “mom, you weren’t a cheese tray in high school, were you.”
I would have no idea of what this child speaks.
Neither did she, but he then explained.
“You know, a cheese tray. The one that gets passed around at parties.”
Remember that when you see a cheese tray at your next holiday party.
And don’t let your children see your high school year book!