On the plane to seattle sat between a couple. The wife like the window seat, the husband the aisle seat, so I got to sit in between. Were they talkative. Wife is an ex-ICU nurse and knew Dr. Cooley and Dr. DeBakey, so lots of reminiscing. They run a cruise line tour business so I got their cards. The husband talked to be about his days in Vietnam and how he had fun there. Lots of hot girls, he said. He almost married one there. Niiiiice.

Finally landed in Seattle. The air bnb place we’re staying at has prominent boob art. Why do air bnb places end up being slightly weird/off? it smells like dog pee too. And we might have found a pube in one of the wine glasses. Boob art photos to prove my point to follow.

We went to public market and had oyster shooters and uni and i bought some beeswax lipbalm and honey sticks. I asked the lady if she truly loved her bees, and her eyes lit up and her braces-filled smile widened. Yes! she exclaimed. She really really loved them. Each hive has its own personality.

I wanted to ask her to describe what personality can bees have besides stingy and less-stingy. But my cohorts had moved on at this point so I could not. I wished her well, regretfully.

Jennifer then showed us something private that I can’t talk about. #extratoenail.

 

Published in: on August 23, 2014 at 7:40 pm  Leave a Comment  

Random quotes update:

Me: I almost ate the chocolate I dropped off the floor, but I didn’t.
Ginnie: Good good. hospital floor ain’t no usual floor
me: i don’t want to see what grows in a petri dish from our floor
Ginnie: i do!!!
me: it grows out another jasmine.

Ginnie: I gotta check some noises
me: noises? like serial killer noises or skunk noises?
Ginnie: turnip noises. subtle but surprisingly crisp

Ginnie (On Big Bang Theory): So…this is Friends, but with science references. Who thought we’d see the day when science would be used in the dumbing down of America?

Published in: on August 22, 2014 at 3:38 am  Leave a Comment  

Gin: I have a friend named Penny. Her last name is Nicols.
Me: I was just going to make that joke.
Gin: But it’s real. Penny Nicols. I call her ‘Coins.’
Me: That nickname sounds very mobster.
Gin (deep voice): Yo, Coins
Me: Um, that’s more gangsta.
Gin: Well they are both gangsters.
Me: But one’s 1920s…the other 1990s…
Gin (Cockney accent) : ‘ey Coins, we’ve got to get that cat… where’s your tommy gun?
Me: Now you’re more the Artful Dodger in the 1920s gangster…

Published in: on January 8, 2014 at 5:25 am  Leave a Comment  

Amar’s deep thought for the day:

Did you know if you switched the n and the r in “Museum of Fine Arts” you get “Museum of Fire Ants”?

 

 

Published in: on December 9, 2013 at 3:56 pm  Leave a Comment