How sad is it at almost 10 o’clock at night I just got home from work and I completely hungry and the only thing left in the fridge is a Blue Moon and frozen pizza from Trader Joes and even though the pizza will take a total of 7 minutes to heat, it’s just much easier to take 7 seconds to find the bottle opener and pop open the beer and call it dinner?*
Yeah, I know. Like, SURPRISE!
I swear with these 12+ hour work days, the only thing I have done in the past few months to take care of my health is get a flu shot.
But then again, no swimming or any other exercise + too much pizza, smoking and beer = totally inhospitable host to any bug floating around out there, so I am thinking any strain of flu out there didn’t stand a chance in the first place.
On the brighter side of modern science it looks like, in the middle of this tumultuous month of long-ass days chocked full of souped-up stress, I have finally found the perfect brand of the BC pills that keep me from turning into a heap o’ crampy/screamy/weepy stereotypes that jackass dudes like Dane Cook use for misogynistic “comedic” fodder. So that is nice.
Especially since this tiny medical miracle managed to happen right before the holidays.
O, Big Capitalistic Pharmaceutical Company, my friends and family thank you for a very. pleasant. thanksgiving. Here’s to a fucking joyous Christmas and a less-flowy New Year!**
*but yet I have no problem taking 15 minutes to type about it publicly on the internets.
**I actually came here to write a little ditty about the Burlesque show we went to over the weekend, which was way awesome, but now I feel the moment has passed as my beer is done and I am going to bed. So I will say sure, it was all half-nekkid ladies and Pasties, Ahoy! and everything, but seriously a good time for other reason including a local comedian who spent about 4 seconds using his prepared material, but then spent the next 7 minutes riffing after one of the geeked-out (and I love my geeks) bachelor-party participant in the back row yelled, TRUE DAT! After the comedian mentioned giant squids washing up on the shores of Japan as part of a joke-set up. Ok, you probably had to be there, but come on, Ocean Facts + True Dat= easy target for free-for-all fun-for-all. Seriously a good time.