I often find myself in situations when I just have to shake my head and laugh. I thought it was about time I shared my funny or ironic stories about friends, co-workers, dates, and myself. The stories are real. The names have been changed to protect the innocent idiots.
I am responsible for creating our monthly e-newsletter for work. It typically goes out on the first Wednesday of every month. Apparently I'm really aggravating one of the recipients because he'd prefer he received in on the first every month (mind you none of the information is outdated).
This is the third month in a row that I received an email. "why do you people send these news-letters out 7,8,9, days late,? why??????"
Maybe I'll send him the January newsletter on December 31. Wonder if that would be too early?
A few nights ago, I'm sitting at the bar with some friends. One of the guys is talking about the type of girl that he dates. He says that he, "likes a girl with meat on her bones. You know, like 135 or so."
So, 135 pounds equals a girl with meat on her bones?!? Do all guys think like that?
If that's true, what does that make me - a king cut of prime rib?
Playing Catch Phrase [Taboo meets Hot Potato] with a bunch of friends. The category is food. The times starts and the first clue out of my friend's mouth, "It's something you can eat." Thanks, that was helpful.
So, for my first blog I debated if I should tell a story from the past or wait for some new material. Instead, I opted for a disclaimer.
For the past few months I toyed with the idea of starting a blog about the random things that happen in my life. I wanted to write about the real life episodes of "The Office" that I encounter every day, the (to put it nicely) interesting men that I've been on dates with, or maybe about the entertaining answers that my friends have blurted out during game nights. All of my posts are meant to be harmless and just make people smile so don't be offended if you're the main subject in my material - I won't reveal your true identity, unless you want me to, of course. :o)