|The cuteness is an evil deception|
I think it's hilarious to fart on The Kitten, this furry little black monster that has taken over our house and chased away our two other cats. It doesn't seem to faze her, but it always breaks me up with laughter. Keep in mind, this is the kitten that I have to pull out of the toilet while I'm peeing because she is so fascinated with the whole toilet thing that she jumps in it every time we open the lid. I think she'd sleep in there if we'd let her. Is this weird?
When I first started blogging I had a little keychain camera that I used to take actual photos of the idiots who targeted me in traffic for abuse. Recently I purchased an in-dash camera to run in my car whenever I'm driving. The idea behind the camera is that if you are in an accident and it isn't your fault, this camera will provide proof for you. For me, I don't have a lot of crashes, but I do have a lot of asshats who target me simply because they feel like being a shit to some random stranger and they've chosen me. Then I blog about it. With this camera, now I can not only tell you about it, but as long as the camera is working and I have time to mess with uploading the video, I can even show you. That is, if this camera works as advertised. Is it weird that I have a camera just so I can blog about asshats in traffic?
I was watching a football game between the New England Patriots and the Detroit Lions when I noticed that the Science Channel was about to run a "How Its Made" episode about oil. So I've switched off the game and am now watching a show about how oil is pumped out of the ground and into tanks. Is this weird?
|Seriously? I'm not doing this|
|This is more my style|
I was looking at watches in the store the other night. I asked the saleslady if it was my imagination, or is it the current trend for men to wear kitchen clocks on their wrists in place of their old wrist watches? These things are gigantic! She said that it was not only true of the mens watches, but the womens as well. Everyone is wearing a giant clock on their wrist sort of like the old black rappers used to wear a clock around their necks on a gold chain for no particular reason. After all, black rappers are notorious for always being late or not showing up at all because they pay no attention to the time. I'm not interested in wearing a giant wristwatch, especially a quartz watch. What I am interested in, though, is an old antique mechanical watch that winds itself using the motion of your arm instead of you having to do it yourself with the little stem and knob. If the watch is gold, even better. And the more jewels it has, like 23 or 25, that's even better still. I don't care if no one else admires the watch I wear. I don't even care if no one else recognizes what it is. All I care is whether I like it or not. Is this weird?
|Look! Actual moving parts|