TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF
- This is not a good time of year for finding new leaves.
- If you find one, it’ll probably have a stink bug under it anyway.
Be that as it may, Blog School, which I finally finished (it’s supposed to be 2 weeks, but I took that at-your-own-pace provision seriously) recommends promising you a Regular Feature to encourage myself to post regularly, but since posting regularly in itself would be a surprise, here you are!. I’m not sure what kind of Feature would work in this admittedly freewheeling format, but maybe I’ll come up with something later.
So here I sit, eating M&M’s in proper colorlogical order, from my least to my most favorite colors (brown-yellow-green-orange-red-blue–if the vending machine doesn’t give me any blue ones, I am entitled to get a 2nd handful to rectify the situation).
I am freshly back from vacation, and was ready to go back on it with my first baby-daddy call. “My baby daddy almost hit my other ex-boyfriend and his parents with his car! We never have gotten along.” Then why did you have sex with a guy you don’t like? Another baby mama called me a “stupid-@ss bitch.” Hey, I don’t have a baby-daddy, so I suspect I’m smarter than you are. Of course, she probably doesn’t have to think about M&M’s before she eats them. We all have our own gifts and abilities.
YOU CAN’T GET THERE FROM HERE
METS Transportation has finally done what they’ve tried to do for years and cut the West Side bus service down to a single route. (Since they have meager resources, because PROPERTY TAX CAPS, they had to do it to make room for Sunday bus service.) So now, if I’m going to work and need to head north, I have to get on a bus headed south. If I’m headed home and need to go south, I have to get on a bus headed north. It’s like it’s uphill both ways. (It actually is uphill both ways, since there is more than one hill involved.) Walking the whole way, rather than going around in circles on the bus, may actually save me time. How To Meet Your Weight-Loss Resolution Goals!
THINGS YOU SHOULDN’T DO WHEN YOU’RE DRUNK
–Cut your toenails.
“My relatives were visiting for New Year’s, and they left something that looks sketchy.”
“What do you mean?”
“It’s a pipe and some kind of plastic pack.”
It turned out to be a nightlight and a battery pack.
THINGS WALGREEN’S THINKS I NEED, ACCORDING TO MY FACEBOOK FEED
–shave gel (although they were uncertain what scent I’d prefer)
–something to reinforce my earlobes so I could wear injuriously heavy earrings
–something that would enable me to pee in a car
DID YOU KNOW?
–I used a Crown Royal bag as a purse in high school? That’s how much of a hipster I was. I’ve never tasted Crown Royal.
HOW I SPENT NEW YEAR’S EVE
Rom said, “You’re having a redneck New Year’s Eve–on the couch, drinking Redd’s and eating ramen.”