Doesn't matter. I'll probably get hit by a car anyway.
Things I have almost been hit by in the past two weeks:
A Chico State golf-cart thing.
A motorcycle. (There was someone on it, it wasn’t just driving itself)
And I almost ran over a squirrel while riding my bike through a parking lot. It’s amazing how they’re the same color as the asphalt. I almost hit the thing, it didn’t hit me. Just thought I’d throw that out there.
Want to make papooses? *those things that Native Americans strap their offspring in*
That's what Emilio is for. Why don't you just ask me if I'd like to put my head in a bag of eels?
my madre had me hole punch 20 papooses so the little kids could weave string through them. I had to hold punch each one at least 10 times. My hand was in the hole punch position for days after. I'm scarred for life.
I was at the mall the other day and I happened to notice a fit-looking man with washboard abs standing shirtless in the mall. He was an Abercrombie and Fitch model. Every once in a while Abercrombie has models stand outside the store shirtless (the boys, not the girls) to bring people in the store I suppose. I’m pretty sure you can take your picture with them. I’ve never done it because that would be awkward on so many levels.
Moral of the story: I think it’s stupid that they do that.
I mean, I just think it makes everyone uncomfortable. You walk by and it’s rude to stare but this guy has a legit six pack so you do that walking-by thing where you pretend you’re not staring or drooling but you and him both know you are. And the poor guy is just standing there while people oogle at his body. I suppose that’s part of being a model though. Don’t you think you would be a just a bit uncomfortable standing in a mall with your shirt off while teenage girls giggle and stare and middle aged women give you the twice over while men glare because they want to look like you? Exactly. I know sex sells, but the shirtless model thing is just awkward.