Friday, October 10, 2008
dude, not being at work is awesome. It's tempered slightly by the fact that I have a whole different job to do tonight. I walked my baby to his daycare and it's one of those days where it's kind of cold, but you sweat anyway, because even your light jacket is a little too hot, but your skin's kind of chilly so you don't realize you're overheating...anyway, I got to the daycare and I was sweating like a junkie. Embarrassing. Okay, so I'm getting ready to walk my dogs and head to the House of Blues for our show. Our shit is on a truck and isn't really supposed to get delivered to our guitar player's mom's house until after we go on stage, so it's now up to our guitar player to hunt the truck down, 'most dangerous game' style, and get that shit. Our drummer and sound guy are loading up our gear, and I'm about to be walking dogs. Our tour (uh, one off show?) manager and I are supposed to go to the venue together. does he want to get some breakfast first? Only jesus knows for sure. Anyway, that's the long and short of what's going on right now. I look forward to seeing everyone tonight. please throw your drugs and panties on the stage (and label the drugs people, I can't stress this enough). Sheeit. Okay, on the real, though, I'm done with this bullshit for today. If you want a real epic tale of excitement, go back and read yesterday's entry. Or go to the second blog I ever did. It's a little series of tips on how to get a beej. I'm going to walk some dogs. do you think in those asian places where they cook dogs that they wok dogs? Like, they say 'hey ma, you want me to wok the dog?' Heh. That's funny. Unless you're a dog in Korea. Then it's scary. Also, I don't know if they use woks in korea. Is this racist? Hmm...I don't think it is. I mean, people eat dogs right? Fuck, whatever. My friend Skylar eats horse. Take that. I just eat balls and my own words on occasion. Oh, man, that reminds me, my friend Lupe told me that the Mexican slang for the taint, or the choad, or grundel, depending on your regional dialect, is the cobra. How cool is that?