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Lactose Intolerance

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Stan Kegel

Mar 15, 2000, 3:00:00 AM3/15/00

A scientist found, to his great surprise, that he was lactose
intolerant (unable to digest milk sugar). At dinner that night with his
two young daughters (age 9 and 4 years), he mentioned that he had found
out that he was lactose intolerant and tried to explain to them what
that meant.

A couple of months later, he took the kids to a local restaurant for a
quick breakfast before shopping. The place was very busy but the quality
of the food and service were obviously not up to par. When they finally
got their breakfast, his youngest daughter took a look at her father's
omelet and burnt toast and declared very loudly to the waitress "My
Daddy can't eat that toast, he is black toast intolerant."

Needless to say, after a moment's silence, the whole restaurant burst
into laughter. (By Terry Galen)

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