A weblog of diaretic (as opposed to diarrhetic) crap.
Could be worse. Could've been bridge.
Strip Boggle, I trust.
Um...what's Boggle? Clearly I'm not middle class enough!
You'll be fine. You're American, ergo classless.A middle-class person would never eat strawberries out of season. Terribly non-U. :-p
I would have thought that you were watching the Penquin on the telly.What's it doing there anyway?
You don't need a partner to play bridge - even your Mum knows that!
This doesn't surprise me at all; except the strawberries.As Homer says it's far better to choose seasonal fruit and vegetables although I'm yet to convince N of this too. Actually.... going off on a tangent.... I don't believe there is a Middle Class any more. There is an under-class whose primary means comes from the state. A working class of those who must earn (and pay relatively high taxes) to make a living (which I include myself in despite what you know my household income would be). And then an upper class who are financially secure but may choose to work.
TB: blech. my mom plays bridge.Dave: that's BRILLIANT. i can't believe we never thought of it.WW: game with 16 little plastic cubes, each with a letter on each side. You shake them up and let them fall into a 4x4 grid. You then have 3 minutes to form as many words as possible from the letters available. Longer words get you more points.Homer: I don't normally eat strawberries out of season! I feel horribly guilty about it, but they were on offer for a pound a punnet, and they looked really nice. I couldn't help myself. I am weak.Homo: huh?Rog: thanks for reminding me!: dude, you're name is hard to type. what are those symbols? anyway, i feel bad enough about the strawberries as it is. sheesh. the fact that i feel so guilty about it only reinforces my original statement, though.
If I don't watch Football either can I be a Pharasee?
It's okay, we play scrabble or cribbage while watching the history channel and drinking fancy shmancy beer. It's not so much middle class as it is cozy...and I agree, the middle class is pretty much gone. We prefer to consider ourselves "no class" :DAnd seasonable fruit be damned on occasion, I like an avocado in september every now and then.
Geo: sure!b-pants: i just bought more strawberries. *hangs head in shame*
But the revolutionaries will need people to tend to their wounds and also mix cocktails, so...
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