Passin' the sticky...
Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Hey, that sounds kinda dirty, don't it? Hehe. Maybe I need a bath...

Good thing I'm here with a cat and not a mess of puppies, cause I am covered in juicy beef drippings. Preacher's dogs would have me on the ground by now, but the cat could give a damn. She's picky that way. Good thing.

I had one of those Italian Beef sandwiches, the kind they dip in the juice before they give it to ya. I'm kind of a messy eater anyway, but I cannot even begin to impart to you the level of mess that just occurred here. I had to take off my watch to eat, cause I just knew I was gonna be a total pig about it. Seriously, do you think folks would look at me funny if I just wore one of those plastic poncho things? It probably wouldnt do anything about the greasy residue on my elbows, but at least it might save some of my shirts.

We ate pasta the other day, and I got marinara sauce on my shoulder. Not down the front of me, or on my sleeve. On my SHOULDER. How the hell do you get sauce on your shoulder?! And it won't come out, either.

I don't understand it. I'm not going all medieval in the resturaunt or anything. I do use silverware. Somehow I always end up with stuff on me, though. Napkins are no match.

This is why I refuse to spend a bunch of money on clothes. I spill, splatter, drop, sling, spit, and slop all over everything. If I had dunked an $85 shirt in marinara sauce, I'd be pissed as hell. It's bad enough with a $15 tee shirt.



Friday, April 9, 2010 5:02 AM


Gorram physics...

Saturday, April 3, 2010 4:34 PM


Oh, no worries. I fully understand the pointlessness of table manners and I myself am a messy eater. I'm lucky enough that I don't usually get it all over my clothes... But I don't care to take small bites, and some of it will end up smeared around my mouth on principle.

And I mean on principle. I take pride in messy eating. My friends compare me to a monkey.

It got on your shoulder because of the flexibility of the noodles and splatter.


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