Monday, August 27, 2007

Crack and socks

So tonight we ate at one of our favorite vegetarian restaurants. The experience was somewhat marred by crack! I'll explain.

A woman was sitting with her back to me. She wore an extremely loose white belt, more for decoration than anything else. Between the belt, and above her waistband, was CRACK. Like an inch of it. I don't want to see that while I'm eating.

It's true, she was reasonably attractive. This was not a hairy, fleshy plumber's ass. But still. Cover your crack!

Moving on.

D had some MRIs done today to monitor his back. He herniated a disc a while ago. A little-known fact: you get a gift with your MRI. The gift of socks. They are very snazzy and have little treads on the bottom.

Walking through Central Park after dinner, I spotted a small gray-and-white cat lurking among the rocks. I headed toward it but it ran away. I hope it's okay and that it knows how to forage for itself. It looked so small and vulnerable. But D assured me that the cat did not look scrawny and probably enjoys being outside. I hope so.

11 comments:

Roxanne said...

I bet there's enough critters around to keep that cat well fed. As long as he's not a prissy domesticated cat that just happened to escape it's owner.

I once saw a t-shirt that said, "Crack kills." I always get fixated on stuff like that and drive myself crazy. :)

bdogg_mcgee said...

Lucky D--not lucky that he had the MRI, but that he got snazzy socks! When I had my MRI last week all I got to put on my feet were these paper booties. Not very warm...or snazzy.

Bearette24 said...

Rox - thanks for the reassurance :) I realized there are probably a bunch of rats in central park for the cat to enjoy ;)

Bdogg - maybe you should have come to a new york hospital!

His suzy said...

To quote Whitney: Crack is whack!! lol

Bearette24 said...

I almost used that as the post title ;)

Leah said...

There are some scrawny kittens running around my neighborhood. I'm toying with the idea of trying to catch them and take them to the SPCA. Supposedly they belong to one of my neighbors, but my theory is if she's not taking care of them then maybe I need to take matters into my own hands.

Liz said...

I adore you for having a 'crack' category.

Bearette24 said...

Thanks ;) I wonder if there will be other entries? I actually saw some crack on the lifeguard at the club where I teach.

Caro said...

Say no to crack! ACK!

I didn't get socks when I had an MRI. I'm suing.

Why the MRI or is it in another post?

Caro said...

Oh, he herniated a disk! The socks sidetracked me.

I'm sharp lately let me tell you!

Bearette24 said...

Caro - I do that all the time ;) Sometimes I'll read something and some fact from it will hit me later. It's like time-release medication.