At Least We Think We Are Funny
October 27, 2005
her: So, you dressing up for halloween?
me: Nah, you?
me:It’s all about the kids now, isn’t it?
me:Well, except for the candy
her: oh yeah, we are all about the candy
her:the next day I’m all
her: don’t know what happened to the candy
me: gosh, dear, the Great Pumpkin must have come when you were sleeping
me: and taken all the Reese’s peanut butter cups
her: who are you calling the great pumpkin?
her:I have eaten my way through so many bags of candy
me: ugh, me too
me: why do I even buy it
me: no one comes to our house
her: because it’s so cheap right now
me: it’s for the kids
me:that’s how I rationalize it
her:who can pass up a huge bag for $1
me:it’s practically free!
me:I buy it for the kids
me:and then eat it all so the kids won’t have too much sugar
her:you’re nice like that
me:I am nice
her: speaking of costumes
her: my friend Jane* wore her wedding dress to the kid’s party at school
me: her for real wedding dress?
her: it was very beautiful
her: but slightly odd
me: yeah, I bet all the preschool girls loved it
me: as they wiped their grimy little hands all over the white lace and beadwork
her: can you imagine, fitting in to your wedding dress
me: Hell no
me: But it was a maternity dress
me:I should wear it
her: no one else would think it was as funny as us
me: no one ever does
her: it would start the gossip mill going
me:OMG, she is pregnant again
her: didn’t she just have a baby?
me: how many does she want?
her: she is crazy!
me: we could keep this up all day
her: in theory
me: making fun of me is such a fun a pastime
her: in reality, I have wrapper evidence to hide
me: yeah, good luck with that
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