I don’t really have much of anything to say. I’ve been busy at work tying everything up before I make it a long weekend and scamper off to a wintry wonderland for some much needed R & R. This will mark the first time since June that I’ve spent more than 1 full day away from work without even checking in for messages. I am simultaneously giddy, and freaked the hell out that something will go very wrong at some point.

Ray did something really weird that I haven’t had a chance to ask him about yet: When he empties the dishwasher, he leaves stuff on the counter if he’s not sure where it goes. Like the Roasting Pan. Or the Salad Spinner. That’s cool. This time he left a bunch of glasses and cutlery out on the counter as well. I haven’t put it away. It’s been out for 2 days. I know he knows where it goes. I don’t get it. Is this a hint that I should be putting those things away myself? Because putting his stinky-ass dishes into the dishwasher isn’t enough work? As if LIVING WITH HIM isn’t enough work? Oy.

And something else that really annoys me? When people use the phrase “assless chaps.” Chaps, are by their nature, assless. If they had asses, they’d be PANTS.

Happy Weekend!

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4 thoughts on “Tidbit

  1. spoonman

    You are way nicer than me. When my old roommate left dirty dishes around, I’d just put them on top of his bed. He didn’t leave them around much after that….actually, he didn’t stick around much after that…..HEY!

  2. Chris

    Well, chaps have parts missing on the front too, right? So even they had an ass, they wouldn’t exactly be pants…

  3. Toothpaste

    I’m going to take a stab, and say that “assless chaps” is meant to (however incorrectly) imply those pants with only the ass part cut out. Or something….

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