Monday, August 14, 2006

Reporting at 10:37 PM

I do feel sorry for him. I know what it's like to be manipulated, and girls are much smarter and trickier than guys, for that matter. But even if he is the dumbest simpleton in the Universe, I would not wish her on him. I really would not. The way she reacts to him doing anything (like yawning three times) is so extreme that I can't say anything but that he thinks it's a normal way for a girl to behave. He's like an emotionally battered husband.

I wish you luck, Flo, and hopefully the evening will end with you making out in the back of your car and the evil villain shouting with rage on the sidewalk. However, if such does not happen, I will not hold it against you. We've got plenty of time, especially when you move here, to make him see the light.

In other news: did you hear about the inability of ye olde theatre co. to make CK's "Trailer Park" musical? I am trembling to hear what will be the substitute.

Additionally, my face is still covered with unsightly (but thank god, hard to see) allergic reaction bumps, and the countdown to meeting-people time is getting dangerously low. Eek! Nothing worse than skin conditions to cause alienation and ridicule. Yay.

PS: Reading Palace Walk. Really interesting, about really strict Muslims.

Okay, over and out.


At 6:52 AM, Blogger Shinobi said...

We Are trickier, this is true. I do hope Flopsy's quest was successful. I just don't feel sorry for him if it is not. I anxiously await an update.


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