Browsing All posts tagged under »Humorous«

My Dad’s Obsession With Nicki Minaj’s Big Butt Twerking

April 29, 2014

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Due to several unforeseen circumstances, (problems at work, problems with boys, problems with life), I’ve been staying at my parents’ place. But enough about me – there are more pressing things to talk about. My father is an insomniac. He spends an inordinate amount of time on the internet to pass the waking hours. I’ve […]

BLIND DATES GONE AWRY

February 25, 2014

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As you may recall, my mother has always gone to great lengths and much embarrassment to score me a date. She’s stopped men in the mall, at Bed Bath & Beyond, and even married men because she couldn’t see their wedding rings with her poor vision. She’s done anything and everything to get me married, […]

Creatively Channeling My Passive Aggressiveness

June 14, 2013

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As a follow up to my last post, I’d like to show you how I channel my passive aggressiveness, particularly when it comes to chicks who leave the seat wet: How do you do it?

“Free At Sea” #53

May 27, 2011

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I like to set every course of adventure with an intention.  A purpose.  A trajectory of meaning.  Going on this cruise I intended to experience not only some desperately needed peace of mind, but clarity about ascending to a better place in life, and most importantly, developing a special bond with myself. When we boarded […]

“I Got 99 Problems But A Dog Ain’t One” #41

March 28, 2011

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If you’re havin’ canine problems, I feel bad for you son.  I got 99 problems, but a dog ain’t one… My dog is so gangsta, he wears his pants real low when he’s cruising in an Escalade. Even though he does bad things sometimes – like eat the steak off the counter that’s defrosting for […]

“Therapy” #37

March 18, 2011

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To combat the stress of the craziness, both inner and outer, I’ve started doing Tai Chi in the backyard.  Not real Tai Chi, because I’ve never taken a class, but my own version that I’ve made up.  I recall Ralph Macchio in“The Karate Kid”- wax on, wax off – and the old geezers I used […]