What do you get when you put a microphone in front of two Original Soupman Soup
Club Members and best-friend- bloggers, Natalie and Dylan???
-A declaration of their passion for the Original Soupman’s Soups? Or perhaps something else…
Int. Natalie’s Apartment – Evening
NATALIE: You’re late.
DYLAN: Sorry. I tried to pick up the soup for your recipe. But…
NATALIE: But what?
DYLAN: They were out of the Lobster Bisque. (Natalie gasps)
DYLAN: All I saw was Lentil. But the guy at the store said that they would have
everything back in stock soon.
NATALIE: How am I supposed to make my “The Bisque Stops Here” recipe in honor
of President’s Day?
DYLAN: I guess we’ll have to settle for Presi-Lentil Soup?
NATALIE: It’s not the end of the world… I suppose…
DYLAN: Do you think George Washington had a thermos of chicken soup while
paddling the Potomac?
NATALIE: Are you trying to combine great moments of the Commander-in- Chief…
DYLAN: Maybe. Is it working?
NATALIE: No… But definitely, YES!
DYLAN: I can just see James Madison snacking on French Onion Soup while
Napoleon was in power.
NATALIE: I assume Grover Cleveland loved his Cream of Broccoli. Cause why not.
DYLAN: I think I read on the internet that Lincoln loved turtle soup?
NATALIE: Ew! Let’s stick with log cabins and never telling a lie.
DYLAN: That was George Washington. About cutting down a cherry tree.
NATALIE: Sounds about right.
DYLAN: Who ate what during World War II?
NATALIE: Mussolini munching on Minestrone, of course.
DYLAN: I like it.
NATALIE: FDR snacking on borscht while battling the Bolsheviks?
DYLAN: Good one.
NATALIE: This is a really fun game.
DYLAN: About as much fun as Ronald Regan with Ratatouille?
NATALIE: Clam chowder at the Boston Tea Party!
DYLAN: We didn’t even have a president at that time.
NATALIE: Oh. Right.
DYLAN: I think we’ve taken this bit about as far as it’ll go, chef Natalie.
NATALIE: I… am not a cook!
DYLAN: But I am Dylan.
NATALIE: And I’m Natalie. Just remember to #makeamemorywitheverybowl!