Me Talk Pretty One Day - I'll Eat What He's Wearing Summary & Analysis

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In his final essay, Sedaris returns to another comic tale about his father. The Sedaris family is visiting Sedaris and Hugh in France for Christmas. While at dinner with friends and family, Lou Sedaris announces that he found something brown in his suitcase and started to eat it thinking it was a cookie. The people at the table are shocked, with the exception of the Sedaris children who know this is one of their father's quirky habits.

Lou Sedaris is known is his family for being beyond frugal when it comes to food. He saves every scrap of food, hiding it in the most unusual places (e.g., under the bathroom sink, in the shed) and from whom no one really knows. While at one time the children thought their father's frugality stemmed from living through the...

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