Just some random tidbits I thought were funny as we head into the weekend.
I have a young child who just started school this year. I noticed a particular woman at drop-off and pick-up time and scoured the school directory until my fears were confirmed: she is a woman I went to college with about twenty years ago. We had a drunken, regrettable one-night-stand that I know for a fact she felt really bad about later. (We had a couple of mutual friends.) We spent the rest of that school year trying to avoid each other, and we never spoke again. Never even saw each other again until now – and now we’ll obviously be seeing each other regularly. I have no idea if she recognizes me – I look a lot different now – and I have no idea what to do. Should I say something just so we can clear the air? Pretend that we’ve never met?
John advises him to approach the woman, remind her of the hookup and apologize if necessary. I think that’s terrible advice, nothing good will come of that. If I were him, I wouldn’t reveal myself to her or my wife. I would sail merrily along forever playing dumb. The only good thing about hooking up is that is gives you plausible deniability, might as well use it.
He was motivated to post his tips to Instagram after this charming convo with a high school senior:
My favorite tip: Please them when needed. I guess that means always be getting the pipe.
The most important thing you need to know? Don’t date an athlete.
“It began as a song about my car, which is a gold Trans Am, and it works about 40 percent of the time. I don’t have another car because I love that one so much. But then like all great pop, it became a metaphor for something else — my p—y. My vagina is in tip-top working order. Valeted and souped-up and working 100 percent of the time.
HuffPo reports that “Lest she stop there, Ke$ha went on to explain that she gets help on songs like “Gold Trans Am” from none other than her mom. “We write songs about boys and sex together,” she said. “That may not be normal to the average psychiatrist out there but I think it’s pretty cool.”"