Saturday, April 18, 2009

Who Sent in These Clowns?


Snippets from the last couple of days. (While I try to edit another video.)

Setting: The home office aka Blogging Ops

The Actor, picking up the Dancer's Agnes Scott College brochure snarks, "What's this - it says "A place for women." Do they mean the kitchen?"

You know, he doesn't look so bad with those missing front teeth.

Setting: Still in Blogging Ops

I am holding up a baggie of Milk Duds that has been riding around in the bottom of my bag of work stuff. They're melted and squished together to form a rectangular clump. I shrug, pull one end of the clump out of the bag and take a bite of it. Chocolate and carmel are chocolate and carmel, no matter what form they take.

"Why are you eating that stool sample?" MathMan asks innocently.

After he regained consciousness, it didn't take him long to figure out that one of his eyebrows is missing.

Okay - that's all I can muster at the moment. Long day, sat in meetings, stubbed my toe, have this unresolved itch. Have figured out how to make blogging part of my paid job. (You heard me.) Had something disappointing at Dairy Queen (note to self: stick with the tried and true). Et cetera.

Now I'm off to FINALLY try out the Love Tub with MathMan. We've got big plans for our inaugural dip. Bubble hats and bubble beards are such a turn on!

23 comments:

  1. Bubble beards are a MUST! So are photos. I would have eaten the milk duds too - I love those things. Have a good weekend!

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  2. You could just go with the slippery bath oils.. and don't forget the video commentary. Just having the camera focus on a close-up shot of a small part of the Tub with parts slipping by would be very avant garde. Very Warhollian.. or maybe not. Jeez, did you ever sit through one of his documentaries?

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  3. Susan I did sit through several of his Documentaries--they were excruciating.

    Lisa, yours would be divine, however. I doubt you and Doug would just make sucking noises for an hour. So I'm in favor of Susan's suggestion.

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  4. Once I bought milk duds at a movie on a blind date. The girl was shrewish disapproving little nag and seemed put out that I would eat candy in front of her that she clearly didn't care for. The milk duds made me cough and choke for some reason. I kept coughing and the more irritated she grew the harder it was for me not to laugh. The credits rolled with me laugh/coughing my ass off and her with her arms folded and lips puckered. I could not stop laughing and screw her for $3.00 I was not gonna throw away the duds. I dropped her off and laughed the whole way home, yeah being single always was overrated.

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  5. When the owner asks if you ever put bubbles in the tub..... Deny, deny, deny..... (They're bad for the hot tub engine thingy....) We have one in our master bathroom that we added to our house in 1997.... Sad, but you know how many times I've (not we've) used it?
    3. I have all kinds of candles for those times when we'll get all romantic and stuff.... Well, I guess I'm just not the romantic type...sorry hubby. (Maybe when the kids are all out of the house, and we don't have to worry so much about noise and water wastage??)

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  6. Not to mention bubble bras, bubble thongs, bubble loin cloths - the end is listless.

    When I was a kid, younger than the Actor, my mother asked me to sweep off the back porch. I was indignant. "Why?" My mother tried reasoning with me - never a good thing, not her forte - and I said, "When I'm grown up, I'll be married and it will be my wife's job." Little did I know that sentence was exactly the wrong thing to say. I have been sweeping porches ever since . . .

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  7. Don't forget rubber duckies. Ha ha, can't knock me out from all the way down south. Nyah nyah nyah.

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  8. hahaha @ eating your stool sample. Don't pee in your new love tub.

    Have fun,

    Phil

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  9. Of course you WOULD eat the stool sample! I'm not shocked at all. I want pictures, lots of pictures of the "bubble attire."

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  10. Seems you have your own version of "Mad Men" going on there at Chez Golden.

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  11. I was laughing out loud.....loudly, to the stool sample nibbling!
    Two words...Dilly Bar.
    have fun in that tub!

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  12. Mr Bubble in the tubble...

    Look out for turtles and rocks...

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  13. Paid blogging; cool!

    You are awesome! :0)

    Have a great week-end.

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  14. Ha ha Lisa-as long as they are the right kind of bubbles in the tub!

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  15. what is about georgia that brings out the bubbles

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  16. The Old Lady and I house-sat once and it had a large tub or spa in the master bath. The water heater wasn't large enough to fill the tub. Hope you don't have the same problem.

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  17. I recommend DAVE for your unresolved itch. *grin*

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  18. Silly boy, that Actor of yours: Of course he meant to say "the Laundry"...

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  19. Kudos on paid blogging. You deserve it.

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  20. I want to know if the wine was any good (besides having an irresistible label) and did you guys crash on the bubble-concealed rocks or get bitten by turtles.

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