"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
When I read that I almost hurt myself when I got to the part with the guy answering the door and the picture.You know he called himself 6 different kinds of idiot.
A hilarious story, well told.
One of the many, many antiques and collectibles shops in my little town used to sport a 20 foot tall plaster chicken in its front yard. I have no idea where it came from, or why it was there, but after many years the shop owners sold out and the chicken disappeared. I'd dearly love to know where it went.
Interesting marriage.I reckon hubby secretly came to love the giant chicken looking in his office window.
Laugh out loud funny! Thanks, Veeshir! Imagining hubby's face upon answering the door! So many highlights! But at least it wasn't towels. I could have used one to sop up the liquid laughter.There are all kinds of metal critters, here (south Texas)...chickens, long horns cattle, armadillos, hogs, flying pigs, roadrunners, etc. I'd love to have a tabletop chicken as in the story. Maybe I'll collect the entire set.There is a Church's Chicken in Kerrville, Texas that has a old Lincoln with a giant chicken on top. Definitely an attention getter.
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