I think I need to drink a lot of cheap wine tonight. Like, a lot.
Is that a “WOOOO OH YEAH!” kinda drink, or a “FML. F ALL OF OUR Ls” kinda drink?
It started out the second kind, but by the time I got the wine, it was the first. :) I did get a second bottle in case I head back the other direction tonight, or in the near future.
That’s about all they are good for!
I like that description…and I’ve been doing that for a couple of days. If you’re in a bad mood, revel in it!
I really, really want to watch the clip of Dana Carvey playing the Saab driver with Multiple Personality Disorder from the movie Moving.
But it is nowhere to be found. :(
You’re right. He doesn’t miss you.
- I absolutely hate it when the mat on the bathroom floor is wet. I have to dry off completely before I step out of the shower. If I don’t, when I walk in the bathroom later, I will step on the mat and get my socks wet, and that’s just a lot for me to handle. This is sometimes problematic when I have people stay over, because they don’t share the same mat related concerns that I do, and I end up having to change my socks.
- All the cash in my wallet has to face up in the same direction, and it’s all sorted sequentially. I get really excited when a cashier hands me my change, and all of the bills are already facing the same way. Conversely, if the bills are all jumbled up, I feel really anxious that I have to sort them, then put them in my wallet, THEN grab my stuff, all while people are waiting behind me. It’s a lot of pressure.
It’s refreshing to know I’m not the only person that behaves like that with my money. One of my type A personality traits showing itself. My roommate behaves the exact opposite. He always pulls out a disheveled clump of balled-up money out of his pocket that looks like he just got finished performing a shakedown on the patrons of an ice cream truck.
I hate that too. I have a mat that I usually leave hanging over the edge of the bathtub. Before I get in the shower, I put it on the floor, and when I get out I dry my hair a little, and then dry my feet and legs before stepping onto the mat and go up from there. This seems like the only way to do it, and I’m surprised when I find out people will step out of the shower completely wet. Think, people!