477 Practical Romantic.
I certainly hope everyone had a nice 4th of July. Assuming that said date is of importance to you, of course. I got to see the local fireworks from pretty close up, which was nice. Something usually happens to stop me from seeing fireworks. It’s been going along like that for years. This year it rained throughout the proceedings, but it didn’t manage to stop them. Perhaps the streak is broken.
Someone in the area had, apparently, decided to bathe in pimp juice. An almost tangable wall of odor would waft by from time to time. Taking my allergies into consideration this is no mean feat.
I think the most interesting time the fourth was ruined was the year it did get rained out. I was with my friend Nick. He and I ended up riding out the storm in the parking lot of a school. My logic being that kids rarely get lucky enough to have their school destroyed by a tornado.
At one point he turned on the radio and Enrique Eglesias was singing. I turned the radio off as I didn’t want to chance having his music being the last I heard.
I may have told this story before. I often forget what ones I have. Interesting events in my life are finite, so I have to reuse material from time to time. XD Rest assured that I will muddle the facts as best I can each time.
“Sex – the Splenda of relationships”.
And in any case, there are much worse things than Enriqué.
One more reason to like the guy.
Unfortunately sex and love are more confusing then what people wish to believe. Some people kiss with a fist.
sad thing is todays comic sounds like 90% of my friends…
I like the way John thinks.
I like the cartoon :) And the title is very ironically interesting. Didn’t see the fireworks myself this year. Someone told us the wrong place to go to :(
Ain’t much point to waxing lyrical about how overrated love is… but it ain’t like we’re all gonna start crying for Wilson if we spend a few years alone, is it?
The solo life definitely has its benefits… sorely underappreciated.
Reminds me of a beautiful quote:
Why don’t we just hire a prostitute?
We’re trying to get her to fall in love, not get laid!
Why’s there a difference?
John’s theory is sound… and it’s why prostitution exists, and will never go away no matter how many lies feminist extremists and the religious right have to tell to make it sound like a crime.