Monday, August 07, 2006

what's good enough for gene......

i'm not particularly tired at the moment, and i've got half an hour to kill before bed, and it seems it'd be in my best interest to not spend it trying to convince blogger to upload a couple of new photos, as i will only become more frustrated and, quite frankly, my laptop was just a little too expensive to be thrown across the room as i yell new and interesting combinations of expletives which, given the late hour, would undoubtedly wake the neighbors.

*sigh*

so, instead, my six readers will have to suffer through my babblings about gene simmons, his thoughts on marriage, and i'll even bore you with a point-by point comparison between his thoughts on the subject and mine.

nah- not really. that'd bore even me, and i'd hate to fall asleep, drool on the keyboard, and wind up shorting it out/electrocuting myself.

however, in the premiere episode of his new show this evening, he wound up attending a wedding. when asked if anyone had any objections, gene raised his hand and asked the grrom if he was sure he wanted to get hitched, pointing out that that meant he could be with only one woman for the rest of his life.....a thought that makes gene visibly pale. the groom answered in the affirmative, and gene wished him luck.

i imagine that shade of pale was akin to the color i turned last night when i mentioned something to SO about eloping and he said, half jokingly, "when?"

7 comments:

Labbie said...

I could do only one woman for the rest of my life... Question is, would she do me?

'Cause too much of a good thing (cake) is not good enough.

Kal said...

Twelve years and counting. Not so bad so far...

(and it helps that I find this particular cake so appetizing)

Callie said...

Gene Simmons is a pig, pure and simple. I mean, I admire his business savvy, and he's really not that bad of an actor, as long as he stays within his fairly limited comfort zone. However, he's still a complete pig. I feel kinda bad for the lady he's shacked up with. I do not know all the intimate details of their arrangement (and really do not want to), but I'll say one thing - I really hope she gets the same privilages he gets.

I was going to watch it, but then figured I'd probably get pissed, and why waste family time yelling at the TV?

As for your turning pale at the thought of eloping - as long as SO knows you want nothing to do with marriage, and doesn't expect to change your mind, what man wouldn't find the thought of a woman who doesn't want to get married a complete turn on???

:-D

duff said...

it's not the thought of eloping that gets me....it's the thought of doing it within the next year or two.

i'm waaaaay too young for that sort of thing.

Motherdear said...

Then you should wait a year or two and then elope! In the meantime, you enjoy each other and that's what is fun and exciting. The time together without marriage just helps you learn more about each other. So stick to your guns, and wait.

But you might not want to tease the poor guy with throwing out the option of elopement, even in jest. He may interpret that as your approaching readiness. So that would be a little unfair, to build him up and then blow-dart his balloon.

Just sayin'...

Labbie said...

"Blow-dart his balloon"... That sounded dirty. And fun.

Motherdear said...

It is. Try it sometime!