Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
First of all - I thought you didn't have to be going into the laundry room anymore, thanks to the new job which led to the fellating described in the previous entry.Secondly - my guess is your husband didn't want to get the shoe shine on his hands. That stuff is hard to clean off.
I disagree with the Garrett shoe shine theory. My theory is that the sole of the shoe came loose at the toe and hubby applied a little Gorilla Glue and then clamped said sole in place until such time as the glue had a chance to set. Was there, by any chance, two diapers, a Coors Lite can and a bra nearby? If so, that would completely change my analysis of the facts as presented.
Nice bolg, Erin. You have me smiling. From your fellow Zumayan,Chris
LOL, for the life of me, I can't figure that one out! Nice blog, Erin! Would you like to exchange links?
ROFLMAO That's just toooo funny!
I've got it! The sole has come loose, he's put super glue on it and is using those wrench like things to keep it shut until the glue dries. Am I right?
hmm, i think he was shining his shoes. Very thoughtful of him to use the newspaper.
Dorothy, I wonder if "I've got it" was the same thing the second guy to discover America (the guy after Christopher Columbus) said when HE discovered America.I also wonder if Erin will ever actually ask her husband and post his response...or will she leave us to ponder on our own like she did with the beer, the diaper and the bra.Damn you, Erin!
Hell no, I'm not going to ask him. As far as I'm concerned, this is his idea of a fly swatter.
Flamingo - if you need to cry (again) just because Dorothy tried to steal your thunder, that's OK, I understand. I've cried about lots of stuff less significant than that. Just let it out.
I am not going to cry. But I am disappointed that Erin refuses to fill us in on the shoe clamp situation.
This is clearly a dog poop issue - the stepping in kind. Grips were used in conjunction with a vise to hold the shoe in an upright position while hubby used the power sprayer to disloge poo from tread. The question is whether or not he'll return the grips to proper location after the job is over.
Fear not the misunderstood, bright and frugal spouse.He hath glueth the sole!I have just one like that at my home too! [hubbie AND fly-swatter]:-DYou gotta love 'em for being so creative!
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