March 06, 2005

Sunday night brain detritus

It's true what the Republicans say. Bill Clinton is such an awful guy. What do you want to bet that, under the same circumstances, George W. would have made Dad sleep on the floor?

If there's anything that would make me want to jam sharp objects in my eyes, repeatedly, it's this new Gap commercial with Sarah Jessica Parker singing "I Enjoy Being A Girl." On the TV station serving my personal Hell, it will definitely be part of the advertising portfolio.

Speaking of commercials, it has to be a really tough dilemma to be an aspiring actress, and you get your big break with a national commercial that will get played endlessly on TV, and then you find out that it's for prescription herpes medication. On the one hand, this is all you've ever wanted, your dream. You just know you have what it takes to be star, if only someone will give you a chance. But on the other hand, you will probably have to spend the rest of your life explaining to every single guy you date that, no, you DON'T actually have herpes, IT WAS JUST A COMMERCIAL.

Know how everyone has things they don't like to talk about? I'm not talking about painful or uncomfortable things, but things that are so thoroughly, excruciatingly uninteresting that talking about them makes you want to, well, jam sharp objects in your eyes (not unlike certain subject matter above - sorry, it's late - I'm not feeling especially creative at the moment). Know what is the best ever? When you get asked about said excruciatingly uninteresting things about EIGHTY TIMES in the space of two hours.

Purchased today, among other things: a "personal watermelon." I'll let you decide if that's code for something or not.

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4 comments:

On 3/07/2005 1:24 AM, Blogger Japnaam Singh said:

You really believe that George W. would make his father sleep on the ground? Are you serious? You could criticize George W. for whatever you want, but being unloyal to his father is definitely not one of those things.

 
On 3/07/2005 8:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yeah, what the troll said. Quit dissing the prez, you ingrate.

--GM

 
On 3/07/2005 10:45 AM, Blogger Dweeze said:

Dude (or Dudette): W's whole career has been about dissing his father. It's Babs that W is terrified of.

Oh and J, I want my own personal watermelon.

 
On 3/07/2005 11:40 AM, Blogger Jolene said:

My favorite part is where he tells me what I can and can't criticize about the president of MY OWN COUNTRY, and yet if you click through to his blog, you see that he's Canadian.

And Dweeze, of course you can have a personal watermelon. You get the special one.

 

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