For anyone who's interested, I've posted a review of our recent dinner at Granville's Steak House. Here's the link.
Great review! I've only been there once and loved it.
PS on your sig: "What do you call your spouse's sibling's spouse?"
My wife's brother's wife is my sister-in-law-in-law. But then, I'm unnecessarily pedantic.
The husband and I were talking about it the other day, as to whether my brother's wife is also his sister-in-law. He said no, he'd refer to her as "my wife's sister-in-law". I'm wondering how many people would think that's his sister!Originally Posted by Andrew
I don't know, an in-law is an in-law. To me it means that someone is related to you in some way by marriage. I gues you could always say sister-in-law once removed.
My mom is the youngest of 7 so many of my 2nd cousins are older than me. I don't call them my 2nd cousin's I just say they are my cousins.
What was this thread about again? LOL
We call them "out-laws". Some fit it better than others.
Why am I suddenly very hungry?Originally Posted by cstephens
Thanks for the review!