Sunday, December 2, 2007

Good GAWD, Y'all!

This week has been a CLUSTERFUCK.

I LOVE that word. CLUSTERFUCK. It encaptures just about everything that could/would/should/wish-this-would-not-be-happenning-but-it-did-so-deal-but-SHIT-oh-fuck-me-with-a-stick-oh-please...in one word. ClusterFUCK. CLUSTERfuck.

Work has been jacked UP, so I've been stepping up. Those of you who know me know what I'm talking about. My back is JACKED (yet another word I love) up, but I can't take time off for the quackopractor because well, I just feel I need to be there. Good LAWD, Y'all! Not like it's going to matter.

Enough bitching.

It's Christmas Season. I am LOVING IT, and the weather has brought on/off rain, wind, and COLD here! This week promises nothing more than mid-60's/low 70's. Snow would be great, but that's for the high country. I never thought for a SECOND that I'd miss scraping ice off my windshield every morning or having to dig my car out of a snowdrift in the morning, but for some reason I really AM this year. I don't know, something about all the lights on the houses reflected off of the snow, I guess...
Treble Christmas Snow

6 comments:

limpy99 said...

I like the term "Mongolian Clusterfuck", which is what we used to say was what happened when you got all four of the ghosts at once in Pac-Man, thus accruing 1600 points.

Which has absolutely nothing to do with your post, other than that I can guarantee you are going to use the phrase "mongolian clusterfuck" at some point this week.

Lady K said...

limpy ~ !!! I can't stop laughing! And yes, I've already used it once. One question tho: Why Mongolian? Just curious.

Cap'n H said...

Then there's the ultimate band name, Fuster Cluck and the Henhouse Horns, which has been my self-innovated, HR-safe way of saying that work is a clusterfuck while at work.

Bostick said...

I think of a bad backlash on my fishingpole reel when I hear the word "clusterfuck". Birds nest also comes to mind. :)

Lady K said...

h ~ if it's jazz-related, it's a clusterfuck. Seriously.

bo ~ I REALLY hope you're actually talking about fishing and birds here. Fish and birds are delicious, and the "birds nest" cookies I make this time of year are delicious, as well. Carry on!

limpy99 said...

I have no earthly idea how "mongolian" got in there, but it does have a certain ring to it.