Amusing conversations of the last two days
Me: Urg, it’s McCain, my nightmare is coming true.
Dawn Summers: Hahahahaha.
Me: I don’t know what you’re laughing at.
Dawn (clearly unsure if a McCain candidacy is a good or bad thing for Democrats): Sob, I don’t know what I’m laughing at either.
My father: Are you celebrating Valentine’s Day?
Me: No, I hate Valentine’s Day. I just can’t be that corny.
Him: It’s all about the company. I’d celebrate Ramadan if the company was good.
Me: Are you betting on the Superbowl?
NFP: I bet on British soccer at 10am on Saturday mornings but I think I’m going to sit out the Superbowl.
NFP: No, dude.
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To be fair I think we settled on “well, I’m laughing because you’re sad and that makes me happy.”
That Ramadan setup is begging for a punch line.
I would love to bet on The Pats by three, but with my luck there will probably be a Leon Lett moment sometime in the fourth quarter that will completely screw things up.
BTW, Gibril Wilson’s first name means “Gabriel” in Arabic.
Yeah, New Orleans always celebrates the pending Ramadan each year by having what they call “Mardi Gras.”
The company is great. Lots of booze, chicks, music, dancing, and some of the most rabid partiers even fire a few guns in the air.
Wait. I’m confused. That can’t be right. Muslims would never fire guns in a religious context !
If McCain wins the nomination, the Democrats will win the Presidency regardless of who they nominate.
My best advice for a Valentine’s Day party is to do what my wife did with some friends when she was in college: Watch the movie Payback.