Friday, May 13, 2005

What My Friends Are Saying About Me

[direct transcript]


me: did you read my most recent post? it's brief.

charming british friend: Ah.

charming british friend: Oh dear. Temptation is being thrown into your path at every turn, isn't it? And I am glad to see that you are completely and utterly failing to show any moral fibre whatsoever.

charming british friend: So well done you there.


and there you have it. i am morally fibreless. but i got to have a cupcake.

7 comments:

  1. The cupcake is well worth it Kristy!! Enjoy it!!

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  2. Hey--much nicer than what my charming english boyfriend would say: "You ate what? In the morning? Are you mad?"

    PS I've found that anything not good for you is a good hangover-remedy. Cold pizza is my favorite.

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  3. Personally, I am "morally compromised." That's what they say where I'm from.

    And if the shoe fits ... wear it out drinking!

    xoxo
    L

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  4. What the heck does a lack of willpower have to do with morality??? Unless Satan himself was waving said cupcakes under your nose, and you ended up trading your soul them...no that's still a will power thing combined with bad judgement. Unless they were fancy bakery cupcakes, and then it is SO worth it!

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  5. well, UG, it's possible my friend was referring to other recent uh, moral *transgressions* that don't involve cupcakes.

    ;)

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  6. Ohhhhhhh...Yeah, Satan makes me drink too, but as with the fancy cupcakes, I withhold my soul for the Stoli!

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  7. It always sounds better coming from a 'charming british friend', doesn't it? They always have a way of making it sound classy; even when he's just talking about eating a cupcake to cure a hangover.

    I've heard good things about drinking a Bloody Mary to fix a hangover the morning after. I think you chose a more work-friendly alternative.

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