Ever feel like you expect too much of people? No? Well, I do. Some of us might take our [apparent] intelligence for granted and I did that for the longest, but I now know that I might be clueless about things that might seem obvious to someone else, and vice versa.
I’ve one clueless acquaintance at jobo who’s really out there like that. I’m not being mean here, just keeping it real. I sometimes wonder what goes on inside her head.
She reminds me of Jessica Simpson saying that she’s really good at being oblivious, coz that’s how this girl is, and I’m not even kidding. My workmate’s and my analogy is that if you dared venture inside her head, she’d be in there a little girl in pigtails clutching at a straw basket, whistling merrily and skipping happily through a dandelion-studded prairie; butterflies and hummingbirds fluttering all over, a rainbow in the horizon and a little fairy buzzing up beside her.
Yes, she’s perpetually up there flying with the birds with Red & Meth. Not to say she be high tho.
Seeing how English is such a wonderfully manipulatable language, this girl inspires phrases like:
> not the sharpest knife in the drawer
> one neuron short of a synapse
> about as sharp as a bowling ball
> doesn’t know well enough to come in out of the rain
> suffers from cranial flatulence
> had a chip on her shoulder… till she ate it
> couldn’t repair her brakes, so she made her horn louder
> might have a photographic memory but is fresh out of film
> doesn’t know when to stop pushing in the Q-Tip
In other news:
Congratulations to Gilbert Arenas for making Wizards history last night. I just might start liking my home team the Wizards again, coz this cat is sick with it.
A.I., leave the Sixers already! You’ll never get that championship ring there!
Congrats also to JD for being crowned Producer of the Year in the BET Awards sometime back, if that means anything.
Meanwhile, catch Stewie in action. Funny, funny stuff.