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Learn English meaning of ‘apple pie a la mode’ – Apple Pie a la Mode

Romeo:  Grandmama’s apple pie a la mode.

Romeo:  Yeah, I’ve been thinking about it.

Dominique:  I can’t do it with the ice cream, though, so I guess that wouldn’t make it a la mode, right?

Romeo:  You can’t do apple pie with ice cream?

Dominique:  No. Because I like to eat my apple…

Dominique:  Actually, I am.

Romeo:  Oh! Well, then there it is there. Yeah, you’re missing out. I mean, at least you can have the home-baked apple pie with the crust and…

Dominique:  Oh yes!

Romeo:  I know, right? Just sliced up real nice and just warm…

Dominique:  The Granny Smith apples… so delicious!

Romeo:  Yeah, yeah. I mean, whose other apples would you want?

Dominique:  Some people use the red apples.

Romeo:  That’s so wrong.

Dominique:  It is.

Romeo:  That’s just apple pie a la rude.

Dominique:  Totally disrespectful.

Romeo:  I guess what I’m saying is… Would you like to go meet my grandma and have some apple pie?

Dominique:  All right! Let’s do it.

Romeo:  It’s a date.

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