Snack Plate

Today, at school pick-up, Genevieve presented Charlie with a serving tray full of plastic fruit, vegetables and a rubbery pretend hamburger bun (suspiciously without the brown plastic hamburger inside) for his after-school snack. It elicited the “Bollinger Boy Smirk” from Charlie that I absolutely expected.

You say you haven’t been lucky enough to witness a “Bollinger Boy Smirk,” a unique twist of the lips that’s a cross between a smile, a disdainful roll of the eyes and a genuine laugh and has been made most famous by the unparalleled Brothers Bollinger from years ago? Too bad. I see at least one of those a day!

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