Don't You Wish
As a follow-up to that last entry, here's the postcard I was talking about, which was amazingly easy to find since it had been stored by my über-organized pre-baby self. (These days I'm lucky to find my own head before noon.) It was filed in a folder marked "Cute stuff"--the postcard; not my head. The other contents of the folder were mostly kittens. Photos of them, I mean, although how awesome would it be to have a manila envelope of kittens filed away in case of emergency?
And, here, found in a folder marked "David Letterman" (following the folders labeled with the names of ex-boyfriends; coincidence?), is a mere sampling of my locker Lettermanorabilia. (Yes, there is more.)
Do you love how I scrapbooked the text together with the photo?
What does that even mean?
Whatever happened to Mujibur and Sirajul, anyhow? Some guy with Sirajul's same name is the editor of something called the Banglapedia.* Heh. Sadly, it's not what you think.
(Speaking of Letterman sidekicks, the last time I was in New York (with my recently-exed fiance and my parents; awkward!), we went into Rupert Jee's deli and totally geeked out about him giving us coffee and pastries. Now that's a celebrity who keeps it real.)
Don't you wish your WAHMma was hot like me?**
*The idea of a Banglapedia reminded me of something funny that happened a few weeks ago. We were at an..."adult" store and were looking at...books about...stuff...and (don't judge!) the baby was with us, and as Simon flipped through a publication entitled something like The Big Book of Penises, Wombat finally looked up from the toys he had been distracted with and started repeating his favorite word, out loud, for all to hear. "Banana! Banana banana banana!" Not catching on at first, I was all, "Yes! Banana! Good" until I realized what he was referring to, at which point we made a swift and red-faced exit. If anything, we probably helped them sell more condoms in the next ten minutes, right?
**Don't you wish your WAHMma were hot like I. God, Pussycats. Learn proper English if you want to protect your reputation as role models for the youth of America.Previous Next