Thursday, February 25, 2021
Thursday, December 17, 2020
I just ran across the word besotted. I don't think I've ever used that word in conversation. It means to be infatuated with someone or drunk. Interesting how those two definitions sort of go together. I've been besotted from time to time. And thinking back on it, some of those individuals wound up making me want to be besotted. As in "what the hell was I thinking, here, this half gallon of bourbon should do the trick". This decision invariably leads to throwing up, digging my partial plate out from said pile of puke, and having a really bad headache the next morning. The takeaway from all this is that becoming besotted will lead you to getting besotted. From this, one can further extrapolate that being attracted to someone makes you sick. I believe this to be the root source of the term "you make me sick you asshole". Or "I am so sick of your bullshit". The obvious conclusion from this train of thought is, if you are offended by the word bullshit or asshole you should probably not be attracted to anyone.
As so often happens, my idle thoughts and uselessness have provided the world with a valuable life lesson. I'll bet you're glad that I don't have to clutter my mind with silly things such as employment.
Sunday, October 11, 2020
Today I have a deeply personal problem that I need to share with someone. It seems that I have been having - and this is embarrassing - an unsatisfactory farting experience of late. There I said it. I am telling you because I know you will be discrete and not tell anyone. The issue is this: Instead of the happy little "toot" or the commanding "FRAZZOTT" that I find so pleasant, I am getting an angry growl like "Groorrrttttpp". Disturbing right? I thought so too. Is it possible that your butt can get angry with you? I can't imagine why. Oh well, no skid marks as of yet. Maybe I can make peace with Mr. Hiney before it gets to that point. Thanks, I knew I could count on you.
Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Why is it that in polite conversation, it's okay to say buttocks. But when you say ass cheeks, you are being crude.
Why is it that you can say arse but the word ass will be met with consternated looks. Hiney, rear, back side, are all fine, but nobody likes poor little ass. Ass is convenient and economical. Only three letters, one syllable, saves ink and saves air. Using a different word in place of ass is like putting a hat on a pig and telling people it's your cousin. Everybody's going to know. I think it's time to give ass the respect that ass deserves. Who's with me? Really? Dang, I thought I was on a roll here too.