Monday, August 9, 2010

Ain't No Rest For The Wicked

But for this wicked guy, rest is sorely needed.

Not quite burning the candle at both ends, but probably holding a bunson burner to the middle of a rather juicy jelly donut, we'uns is scrapping the bottom of BP's oil encrusted shoe looking for new cannon fodder.

I done milked the fodder that is my life until it screamed in ag-o-ny. I've stuck bamboo shoots under my fingernails until blood ran down my arms, dripped off my elbows and formed tiny little puddles at my feet. I've stuck a hook up my nose and fished around for ideas but only pulled out a few small chunks of brain.

So now I'm looking to the Cyber World and Real World for cannon fodder.

And........................................with apologies to the people who know me, I did find summtin' ta write about.

Didja evuh have to explin a funny comment or one line liner that you uttered, simply because the person you uttered it to, don't quite get it?

The other day, I said something funny, and the person to who I says it to, don't quite get it.

So being the good guy that I am, I spent the next twenty minutes (1,200 seconds) or so, patiently explinin' what it was that I actually said. However, the problem I had explinin' what it was I actually said was highly X-rated, yet the original language used was highly G-rated.

So.............................

So.............................

Well..........................

Ummm....................

A hot looking 23 year old come skipping into the room, jamming on her IPod and dancing up a storm. She pauses in front of the blogger, sees the long drip of drool falling down from the corner of his mouth, waves her hand a couple of times, shakes her head and turns to the readers.

"Hi! Due to circumstances beyond anyone's control or imagination, our blogger has had his brain temporarily repossessed for non-payment. In the meantime, I want you to hear and see my latest favorite song. It's from Cage The Elephant called Ain't No Rest For The Wicked."

13 comments:

  1. You cracked me up at "bunson burner to the middle of a rather juicy jelly donut."

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  2. Extra O: What part? :D

    David: I was thinking of Homer Simpson when I wrote it, so it worked out well. :D

    Charles: The band was sort of a flash in the pan on the commercial FM, but the song really is funky.

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  3. I'm on my too slow for video computer. I'll have to check out the video later.

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  4. The jelly doughnut line is priceless!

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  5. Mama Z: Its a pretty decent video and song. Was the latest alternative flavor of the month last year.

    R: I have a tendency to come up with at least one good zinger per week on this blog.

    Wish I could find a way to harness it.

    Like I said, was thinking about a line from a Simpson episode when I wrote this.

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  6. Homer Simpson as a muse possibly? Interesting.... :)

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  7. Stranger things have happened.

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  8. I really like "In One Ear" or "Back Against The Wall" by CTE. Soooooooo how's about that X-rated explanation???

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  9. Angela: Howdy do stranger!

    "Back Against The Wall" is a cool song too. I just found that this one was more appropriate for the post title.

    You know, its a sad thing when you can't quite remember (especially for me, since I got such a good memory) what it was you said. Sometimes when a co-worker says something innocuous, you play right off of it without even thinking, and that's what I did with this one.

    What helped was the fact that most of immediate my co-workers are in my age range (40+) so when I say something like this, I often don't get into trouble.

    The best I can tell you was that the comment probably had something to do with having sex.

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  10. Tough explaining clever comebacks to innocents!

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  11. Oh man, is it ever. I had made a funny comment to a co-worker early yesterday morning while on my way to the kitchen, and unfortunately, I had to explain it while on the way to my cube. By the time I got done, it wasn't funny anymore.

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