Welcome to "Same Old Sh*t" Saturday, where I serve low-fat rehash. One of the good things about having such a crappy short-term memory is that when I go back and read some of these older posts, I don't remember them. This one made me snicker a bit, mostly because I have a bad tendency to comment on other people's blogs with the first thing that comes to my head. It's not always the smartest of moves...
Have you ever left a comment on somebody’s weight loss blog, and then immediately thought “Oh, maybe that wasn’t the right thing to say?” And then you were going to erase it and write something more sensible, but then your daughter Pisa calls you at the office and tells you to bring home popsicle sticks for a project she’s working on so you gotta spend the rest of the day eating popsicles even when you’re not really that hungry and the Popsicle Dude only had lime popsicles after you chased him all the way down the street yelling “Whoa! Stop! Popsicle Dude!” Yeah, me too.
- “You’ve come a long way, Fatty.”
- “Maybe your mom hates you.”
- “Your kid sure is funny-looking.”
- “If anything, it looks like you’ve gained weight.”
- “Maybe they fired you because you were incompetent.”
- “That haircut is hideous.”
- “Wow, your daughter’s smokin’. What’s her email address?”
- “That dish looks like somebody threw up on a plate.”
- “Jesus… just give up already.”
- “Maybe he hasn’t called because he’s been in a car accident.”
- “Just do everything your husband says and your marriage will be fine.”
- “Have you ever heard of “spelcheck,” stupid?
- “I lose more than that when I break wind.”
- “Will you please quit talking about “losing a stone”? I don’t even know what that means…”
- “Who designed your blog… a sea-sick chimpanzee?”
- “You deserve a reward. How about a pan of warm brownies and a glass of whole milk?”
- “Gain because of TOM? Riiiiiiiiiiiight.”
- “LOL at your cancer story.”
Note: The thing that made me laugh most when I reread this was the comment section, where a couple of people informed me that you can buy popscicle sticks at the craft store and I replied, "Yes, yes, yes... I'm aware you can buy popsicle sticks at a craft store, but they come in packs of 50 and she only needed 15 or so. How stupid would it have been to buy a whole pack and have all those leftover sticks? Think, people. Think!"