Sometimes I am entertained by the smallest, silliest things. Here are a few of the latest searches that brought people to my site: “i dont like adjectives”, “ass boy”, “See you in Canada”, “how to have a good time grocery shopping”, and “grouper throats”. I thought maybe I’d address a few, as if that person typing from their undisclosed location were actually asking me about these topics.
I don’t know why or how you could dislike adjectives. I could see adverbs, because they’re all pretty similar and annoying to boot, but adjectives open up a whole new realm of descriptive language! The key to having a good time while grocery shopping is to go to the mini fridge section by the registers and get yourself a bottle of your favorite soda. Then stop by the candy section and, if your store is like my Publix, drop a dime in the little good faith box and get yourself a piece of candy. Now, get all the boring foodstuffs in your cart first and save the fun things for last, like picking the perfect bunch of bananas and finding a really meaty steak. Take your time, enjoy being out of the house. Grouper throats are particularly tender and have a sweeter taste than the rest of the fish. If you can get past the fact that you have to hold the fin and it still looks like a fish, than you’re golden.
Ok, that was pretty fun. I did a lot of laundry today, made lunch, and a dessert, and all the while watched football. Somehow I don’t feel like I accomplished a lot, even though I know that’s hogwash. Maybe it’s this whole days getting shorter thing that’s making me semi-depressed. I think I need a new hobby.