Time for another random spilling of the the flotsam and jetsam littering the surf of my brain. Here are the things that floated to the top.
This term has been used a lot since the movie and like everyone else I have my list of things I'd like to experience before I kick the bucket, but you might be surprised to hear having one of my novels published is not one of them. Don't get me wrong, I want to be a published novelist so bad I'd eat my weight in lettuce to make it happen, but way I see it a bucket list is something you want to do once. I want to write for the rest of my life and I will do so even if no one ever decides my stories are worth paying for. No being an author is one of my major life goals. it is not something to scratch off of a list.
Would you rather ...
My 7 year old son, Z, has become enamored with the game Would you rather. If you are not familiar you ask a question of two scary, gross or otherwise horrifying scenarios to see which they would choose in a matter of life or death. It's funny to hear the things that he thinks are horrible.
Z's ultimate horror seems to be going shopping to TJ Maxx with his mother which has supplanted licking peanut butter from a hobo's foot as the worse thing that can happen to a kid.
I understand having an undeniable attraction to women. Really I do, but what confuses me are lesbians that are attracted to women that for all the world look exactly like men. Granted I realize that beneath the trucker hat, she-mullet, or wallet chain laden jeans the object of their affection is equipped differently than a man but I still don't get it. Especially when the world is full of beautiful, feminine lesbians.
By percentage of people that come to my blog via a google search in the last week, here was what they were looking for
I don't know about y'all but now I'm curious exactly what happened to that fat girl, as well as the age old question, Do you think pink underwear is hot on guys?