Friday was hella boring at work and while surfing, I happened upon this link on Reddit and cracked up. They are originally from comedian Aaron Karo and are posted along with lots of others people have added at his site called Ruminations.
Yeah, a lot of this is me.
* I like all of the music in my iTunes, except when itâ€™s on shuffle, then I like about one in every fifteen songs in my iTunes. (And most of the songs are by David Cook and still I skip over certain ones.)
* I think part of a best friendâ€™s job should be to immediately clear your computer history if you die.
(Charlie, one of my longest and bestest friends, and I had an agreement that if I died before my mother, he was to find all my journals and burn them immediately. The shock of what she’d find in there alone would do her in. Plus, I didn’t want her to know she was right all along about 80% of shit she told me.)
* This? Oh hell yes: I love the sense of camaraderie when an entire line of cars teams up to prevent a dick from cutting in at the front. Stay strong, brothers!
* You never know when it will strike, but there comes a moment at work when youâ€™ve made up your mind that you just arenâ€™t doing anything productive for the rest of the day. (Heh, that hits me about 10:10am most days!)
* I hate when I just miss a call by the last ring (Hello? Hello? Dammit!), but when I immediately call back, it rings nine times and goes to voicemail. Whatâ€™d you do after I didnâ€™t answer? Drop the phone and run away? (BWAH!! My thoughts exactly and FTR, I hate that. On the rare occasion I make the effort to answer the phone, I expect you to be there, dammit!)
* I wonder if cops ever get pissed off at the fact that everyone they drive behind obeys the speed limit. (I had this happen right as I got onto the Bay Bridge (speed limit: 45, usual driving speed: 55ish) and since you cannot change lanes and I was not about to get a ticket, I stayed right at 45. I could tell the cop was annoyed but I put cruise control on and made it across. Should have seen him zoooom away as soon as we got over it! I feel ya, brother.)
In other non-nimrod news, LucieCat had a low blood sugar issue on Friday. She was walking around me in circles, with her back legs being kind of draggy and I thought “this doesn’t seem quite right”. Called the vet and had to bring her in posthaste. Turns out her blood sugar (diagnosed at a terribly unhealthy 600 on Monday) had plummeted to 60 (!! yikes !!). Normal blood sugar for kitty cats is 200-300. So, time to tweak the insulin shots a bit. She’s been off it this weekend and bounced back pretty well from Friday’s adventure. She’s all chill now – in fact, Sophie is downstairs hanging out with us and she and Lucie haven’t had words or hisses or anything. It’s most pleasant having both of them here, I must admit.
I finally broke down and twittered David Cook. I had to. He’s been wearing that fucking hat again and I cannot stand it. Someone has to tell him it’s hideous. So I did. Unlike Hal Sparks (mmmm), he didn’t tweet (twit?) me back but that’s okay. I got it off my (ample) chest.
At least I’m not a “fan”-ilow, right, Gal?? BAM!! (Ewww!)