Me and My Nine Iron

October 14, 2010

Staying in

Filed under: For your pleasure — BJ @ 11:53 am

Working at home, it’s not hard for me to not leave the house for days at a time. And when you’re confined in your home, as you would a prison or anywhere for that matter, you sometimes get a little crazy in the head. Some more than others; I’d like to believe I’m the “others.”

So I’m hanging out with my friends last week and unconsciously, I start making these weird noises because well, I consider it entertainment when I’m alone for prolonged periods of time. One of my friends told me that I should leave the house at least once a day to avoid said faux pas, but hell, I’ve had some episodes where the outside world is more fucked up and crazier than I am. No thank you.

Like the other day, I was out driving and a car waiting in the left turn lane wanted out. The lanes going straight were packed so she didn’t move, as the left turn signal turned green. Being behind her, I was thinking, “You’re actually not going to move” and had to veer into oncoming traffic to go around this frozen car. Because I had to not only put my life in danger but break the law, I gave this car a soft honk as I passed by. That trash of a lady honked back and gave me the finger. Fuck you very much.

Consider me sensitive to “trivial” things like that, but is it too much to ask society to treat me decent and fair? If you’re going to behave that way, then world, get used to my weird noises because I’m staying in.

BJ

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3 Comments »

  1. That was pretty colossal, I’d say. And to have the audacity to honk back and give me the finger when you’re in the wrong? Wow, I would’ve slapped the ugly out of that fat bitch.

    Comment by Bryan — October 18, 2010 @ 3:04 pm | Reply

  2. I hate when drivers do that. But then again, i might do the same thing if time-pressed. That’s why I don’t honk unless the driver made a colossal dick move.

    Comment by dan — October 18, 2010 @ 9:25 am | Reply

  3. In these moments I always think back to the last lines of the movie Seven:

    “Ernest Hemingway once wrote, ‘The world is a fine place, and worth fighting for.’ I agree with the second part.”

    Comment by Chris Le — October 14, 2010 @ 1:31 pm | Reply


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