One of those days

At this late point in the day, should I even bother having lunch? I’ve had about six Midol, two Tylenol and a Benadryl. Oh, and two Reese’s cups — perhaps that shall tide me till o’late thirty when I get home. 😀

Oh, I did have two cups of coffee — my dumb ass left my travel mug o’java at home, though, before my long journey north today. Whereupon I was stuck between exits 7A and 8B for 25 minutes — freezing my ass off because I can’t turn on the heater in my little Sunfire without the windows steaming up. An auspicious start, to say the least.

Not to mention, I was sort of disoriented a few minutes ago — I absentmindedly took a pocketful of girly products into the restroom, and when I saw what I’d brought in with me, I was the asshole laughing to myself in the corner stall. Because instead of a feminine wipe (it’s important to keep onself tidy and fresh, particularly during times like these), I took in a Shout wipe — you know, the kind that treats stains on your CLOTHES.

At least I caught my mistake BEFORE it was too late.

*closing door and weeping softly*

6 Responses to One of those days

  1. Pratt :

    Damn now I have a tears for fears song running through my head…I survived my weekend barely it was that much fun. Make sure you can go to the next one!

  2. Amy :

    Okay, laughed so hard the dog thought I was crying and started barking.

    No. You. Didn’t bring a Shout wipe. BWAAAHHAAAHAAAA!

    I’m not laughing at you, I’m laughing near you. Heh!

  3. Erica :

    I bet that Shout wipe stings a little. *clench*

    I keep meaning to get those wipes (not the Shout ones, the other ones), but I forget. I really do like ’em, fear of the cold wetness aside. Maybe I should just buy myself a thingie of diaper wipes.

  4. groovebunny :

    I’m with ya on the tidy and freshness front! And I’m glad you realized you had a Shout wipe before hand. Because that would have caused a major owie!

  5. Goddess Dawn :

    Thank you for your sympathy. We won’t mention how my colleague came in to say goodbye at the end of the day and I promptly burst into tears. Then hysterical laughter took over. He backed away slowly. 😉

    Help! I need help, I say!

  6. Lachlan :

    Good lord, are we twins? Sounds like my week, minus the shout wipe. I walked out of the house without 3/4’s of my Brain- ie, left the badge, keys, and cell at home.