13 July 2007

bugger

There's a fly in my house. He (yes, he. all insects are apparently male in my book.) insists on buzzing in circular flight patterns around my head.

Honestly, I don't care that there's a fly in my house. He just needs to be in another room.

Secretly, though, I'm fearing that there's actually a small army of flies in my house, and most of them are in other rooms. (Does this scenario ever happen to anyone besides me? I swat a fly. But then another one zooms by, so I nail him. And then another one zooms by. And another. Until I end up with a dead baker's dozen where I thought we only had two flies.)

Hmmmn.

On a completely different note, I'm going to see the Harry Potter movie tonight! Yeeeeeeee! (Cue marching band and stream of baton-twirling girls.) I promise to return with a full report first thing tomorrow.

Um. Not that I'm excited or anything.

7 comments:

Kimberly said...

Wet tea towel - best way to immobilize a fly. =)

So jealous you're going to see Harry Potter!

pseudosuperhubby143 said...

Are all insects referred to as "he" like all bad drivers are referred to as "she"?

Nic said...

Um, *I* do not refer to all bad drivers as she. In fact, I'm pretty sure that most of the people who cut me off, ride my tail, or ignore that modern invention called the turn signal are male.

Aren't you supposed to be, like, working?

Seeker said...

Awwwwww! Check out the banter between Nic and her sa-weeeetie! (His profile is so sweet!)

Anonymous said...

Now,now, children let's love each other. Love, dad

Nic said...

Um, *I* do not refer to all bad drivers as she. In fact, I'm pretty sure that most of the people who cut me off, ride my tail, or ignore that modern invention called the turn signal are male.

Aren't you supposed to be, like, working?

pseudosuperhubby143 said...

Are all insects referred to as "he" like all bad drivers are referred to as "she"?