Yesterday evening, instead of finishing my book, I spent a good hour soaking in the bubble bath reading the new Trader Joe’s spring catalogue flyer listening to the college radio station’s local band show.
Good news: Fat Weasel Ale and free range chicken is on sale!
I don’t think I need to point out the bad news, do I?
Friday night. Trader Joe’s catalogue.
I think it’s time to make a few changes in my social agenda perhaps it’s time to talk to someone in ann-frank marketing and get a focus group or something together to see what can be done about this.
But then again, I think I can save us all some time and money and realize it comes down to one key word: moderation.
If you are gonna get all tanked on a Thursday night, get up early and work nine hours the following day, chances are, Friday’s a wash.
So, how is your weekend going? Ok?
You know, I don’t mean to be a dick or anything but I do get a little discouraged with the lack of response when I ask the peoples how their weekend went. I even ask every Monday when I send out my update notification to the coolest notification list on the planet (see below).
And I am all “blah blah blah mememe babble babble babble lame joke. So how was your weekend?”
And usually CuppaJoe’ll write back to tell me his weekend went well but he didn’t get to sleep in, American corporate greed sucks and he’s gotten banned from yet another bar in Toronto for instigating yet another drunken brawl and the little lady had to use the mortgage money to bail his ass out again.
But other than that, for the most part, y’all are quiet.
So, I hope you are ok.
Anyway, I need to clear up a few things about the last entry.
1. I do know the difference between simile, metaphor, and analogy. I do. Although I realize you’d never get that impression reading that last gem.
2. Again, I don’t want to be a dick or anything, but I really need to make sure, because apparently there was a communication snafu. For the record: I am not really all that excited by capri pants. I am sorry if you missed the subtle, uummm, sarcasm.
Oh, I am not saying I am better than capri pants or any trendy styles deemed appropriate for the masses. I guess the point of that rant stemmed more from the fact that since Old Navy added a cuff to their short pants they think it’s important for you to run out and buy a whole new set of clothing because you will be mocked or something should you be spotted out this summer in a cuff-less capri.
I mean come on. Is this what motivates people?
Bah! I know, I know. I have already spent too much time on this. I just want you all to know, I don’t consider myself above anything.
No, I am not above any of it.
But a lot of times, I just don’t want to dwell in it.
And that. Is that.
Have a goodweekend, loves.