Friday, October 27, 2006

One Way (USA WAY) or Another...

Break out the bubbly, put on a skanky dress, ready your dancing shoes—there’s gonna be a party!

In a few days I’ll celebrate my one year and two month anniversary of living back in the US of A after quite a few years of travel affairs and global male mistresses!

My partner (the US of A) and I are absolutely thrilled!

Honestly…, neither of us really thought it would last this long…

He was sure I would run off with the first intriguing, dimwit foreign Country I met who offered promises of excitement and wonder…

And, I was sure he’d bore me to exile with his predictable desires, monotonous stories, and apathy towards his own dimwit cranial Administrations…

But…, we both surprised each other, and are still happily honey-mooning in development-inspiring exploration and quest-questioning passion (…despite his lack of critical attention to his dimwit cranial administration…)!

So…, raise a glass!, put on a punny Halloween costume!, slash an over-handed smile at someone unexpected!, and wish me a happy current life with the US of A!

After all…, anniversaries celebrate the most un-expected and primordially exciting, entertainingly beguiling, and symbolically soul-salt-licking situations of all occasions…!

(...PLUS, they give you reigns to wear pom-poms on your head, paint on your knees, obscure bandanas around your joints, eye-patches on your ears, fangs in your nose and shower curtains 'round your ankles when you feel like dressing up!!)

11 comments:

Cap'n Rich said...

Damn -c. I can only imagine what an interesting life you have led.

I'll bet you are a spy! You're feigning a romance with The U. S. of A to win my confidence so that you can sell my secrets to Iran.

I'll play along. Congratulations on your 14 th month anniversary. Welcome aboard.

Lucky for you that I have misplaced my water board. I'll use bubblily instead of H2O. Is that still torture?

No shit, how about expounding on your adventurous life a smidgen. I'm curious as the dickens.

dingobear said...

I wish you a happy current life with the US of A!

(...PLUS, they give you reigns to wear pom-poms on your head, paint on your knees, obscure bandanas around your joints, eye-patches on your ears, fangs in your nose and shower curtains 'round your ankles when you feel like dressing up!!)

-c, that's hot.

Frustrated Writer said...

I am thinking maybe I should dress up in honor of your anniversary... hmm, maybe I won't get arrested this time.

ted said...
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ted said...

Funny that your current partner, the ole' USA is my ex. Yo-roach-ku!

-c said...

cap'n rich- Yup, the dickens was just as curious as you... And, sure, I'll expound: I'm probably a spy (though I haven't been informed of it yet). And, well, yes, your military ship-in-bottle building technology has already been sold to the Iranians. Hope you don't mind...

dingobear- cheers! you got a halloween costume?

frustrated- He he! Yeah, perhaps you should be more picky when costume choosing next time. You know, dead babies and sashimi US troops just don't get the laughs they once did...

ted- Oh man, I'm with your ex?! How disturbing is that?! Anyway.., we yo-roach-ku you too!

kyokoshell said...

hey c, i'm shocked you two crazy kids have made it this far too...well you know he's two-timing you with me...i'm going on two months now but the relationship's a little rocky...

ted, yo-roachi-ku to sexy jland! ah, those crazy furrein flings that fall into years...and years, for some ;)

dingobear said...

You know -c, I don't have a costume yet. I think I might just put a Polaroid around my neck, throw on a Hawaiian shirt, and put on a sun visor, and go as an Asian tourist. See, since I'm Asian, this would be funny and ironic.

-c said...

kyokoshell- I suspected he was nibbling on side-salads. I thought i saw him come home with googly kyoko-shell eyes one night:) Our relationship isn't as rock-less as I make it out to be either. but, you stay away from hom, ya hear!

dingobear- I like the Asian tourist. You can improve its believability by tilting your head and grunting (with rising and falling intonations) every time someone speaks to you in English. Also, be sure to greet everyone with an enthusiastic "Herro! How ARE you?" and consider following up with a few "Do you like ramen?" type of questions. Man..., if I keep talking like this, I'm gonna get kicked out of my pc USA relationship pretty quick...:)

dingobear said...

-c, hahaha! You've got it down to a tee. And the "do you like ramen?" line is absolutely is beautiful.

ted said...

-c and shell,

you realize my ex- and I continue to shack-up about one month out of the year. I'd stay longer but don't get on with the current landlord