Thursday, June 5, 2008


Last night I watched the first disc of the PBS New York documentary series and I can't stop thinking about it! I just want to keep watching it and never stop. I'm also reading "Not That You Asked" by Steve Almond and I don't want to stop reading that either. I'm sort of dreading being done with that book and then being sad it's over. I wonder if that's called pre-nostalgia.

I just read this about the women at the Mariners game who were told to stop kissing. This was my favorite part of the article:
Guerrero denied she and her date were groping each other, saying that along with eating garlic fries, they were giving each other brief kisses.
Why the garlic fries detail? Who would kiss anyone if they were eating garlic fries? Maybe if you were both eating them, though.

And that's not all they were eating at that game. No wonder they got kicked out.

My friend is embarking on a 30-Day Husband Encouragement Challenge. Which is interesting because I'm embarking on a 30-Day Dissing Your Husband challenge. I told her we'll compare notes when we're done.


Team Wolfisaki said...

haha, you made me laugh.

Douglas said...

you dissed him when you married him, so it's been a 10 year diss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Simone said...

I think if both parties have garlic breath that the kissing would not be a problem. It's too bad that garlic breath doesn't smell as wonderful to others as it does to you as it lasts in your own mouth. I never feel like it's a problem because it tastes so yummy, but Gregg advised me last week that it in fact WAS a problem. I then proceeded to speak through pursed lips for the remainder of the car trip.

Funny you should start the dissing challenge on the 10 year anniversary of your meeting.

Anonymous said...

Funny thing - I tried doing the "30 Day Husband Encouragement Challenge" and I couldn't last 30 minutes much less 30 days! And neither could he.