Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
I would NOT have let her continue.I would have shut her down in a harsh and abrasive manner.YOU are a saint.
*flashes O'Brien*Back atcha. Wait. Did I misunderstand? Oops.
I am very laid back, but crowds and cutters change my nature and I look for the vein closest to the surface and I severe the connection! I do not suffer cutters. I ...I can comment no further I have to go for a brisk run to shake my fury.
ohhhh i remember that post well - i loved it! of course us british folk shuffle awkwardly and say nothing at all. we are too polite. it is a burden.
woohoo! hi erin. shaina here, from doug's blog. i just finished reading your entire archive...took me maybe four days. i'm proud of myself, though possibly a bit stalkerish.but i love you. and your writing. so there.:-D
Hello Erin O'Brien. I an Chinese and make fiwacwackers in a fawtowee.Bwottoles wockets and schwitt.
Erin, thank God! I thought I was the only one. What annoys me though, what woudl have really annoyed me if I were you, s that no one stuck up for you in the line! What were your fellow customers doing??? Are they shoppers or mice??Especially the little guy in the ill-fitting suit. It was his immediate loss, really. If you tried that where I live, though, you'd probably be knifed.
Oh baby, the memories that post brought back.Especially when you said "69."
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