Meandering anecdotes and an occasional incisive comment, courtesy of an overeducated, feminist former-professional, who is continually outsmarted by her overly-gifted children and genius spouse and who seeks refuge in books, cocktails, and the occasional Xanax.
That's a crazy picture cause it looks like your eyes are two different colors.
people, this is what i have following me around and staring all the time. No wonder I drink.
i'm confused (again).
you say "greetings from earth" as someone who i assume is from earth. however before you said "hello earthlings!" as if you were from some other world come to regretfully bestow us lowly earthlings with your obviously superior knowledge.
so which is it? I NEED TO KNOW. it's important we approach you with proper deference.
Shouldn't this come with some kind of warning label beforehand?
Could be titles "Iris Iris's" or "Iris's Iris's"
Hughman, I assume (oh, what a dangerous practice) that when she said "hello earthlings!" she had arrived here and was addressing us, but with "Greetings from Earth" she is now settled here and addressing her companions from home, letting them know how she is spending her time while she is here.
Also, I agree. SNAKES.
"It's a cook bbok!!!"
Someone, please fix my typo!
...and remove the extraneous comma from my previous request.
goatse, is that last word supposed to be "block"?
NGP, I think the comma gives it a sense of drama. H, clearly NGP meant to type "cooked Bok"! (Seriously NGP, I loved the reference. If only we could attach sound bytes to comments!)
I can ease your concerns by sharing that this alien overlord is a dedicated vegetarian, the alpha vegetarian in our home, who delights in telling her mother off when her mother cheats with a bit of crab or lobster [I assert that crabs and lobsters are just bugs, water bugs, and Iris kills annoying bugs without guilt, but she will not take the point].
Greeting, Iris uber Alles. We cower before your greatness.
This has 14 comments!!! It should be in the best of the drunken housewife.
Vegetarian, may she be, I am still concerned. Many people have co9nfused me with a vegetable. My wife once called me a turnip.
Just to be safe, I'm going to de-clothe and cover myself in gravy.
Hugh, I opened a ticket in the next post. You can read the details there.
Oh, yummy! I luuuurvs graaaaavy!
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