Sunday, September 9, 2007

Celebrating Thanksgiving where they don't

So this year when everyone discusses their family plans for Thanksgiving, whose house they're going to, whose kids will be there, what family rituals they will return to for fun and comfort, I, instead of expending the usual energy looking on the Brighter Side of Thanksgiving Alone will say:

"I am going to London to have Thanksgiving with my very best friend."

15 comments:

SP said...

That's right, because Indrew will be there as well.

JC said...

It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without Indrew!!

SP said...

No, there would be nothing to be thankful for.

JC said...

Oh, man, you must *really* be in the doghouse, because you are kissing some serious ass.

Indrew, you so have hand!

SP said...

Make no mistake. It was his fault to start with.

JC said...

Indrew? rebuttal?

SP said...

Indrew informed me yesterday that he is no longer following your blog.

Andrew said...

Despite SP telling you lies ... I am following your blog with interest!

It was SOOO not my fault. To set the record straight (something that SP is not). He lent me his key INCASE I needed to go to his place for any reason (washing clothes, going through his personal things etc). However, it was never a guarenteed thing that I would need to go (despite the fact that I did in fact go to wash my clothes (and clean your kitchen) ... thank you gorgeous!).

It was with some annoyance that after getting excited about his homecoming that he walks in the door in the FOULEST mood ever and then (wait for it people) ... takes it out on me!!

Not one to hold a grudge - especially as he rang twice when he got home (and I do appreciate that even I (happy chappy) would be in a foul mood after a 6 hour train journey).

Best thing about him being in the dog house is that we are going to see Cabaret on Friday night!! Yippee ... He is really very sweet!

JC said...

Well, you know that with SP blame is not objective. I know you were unfairly used. Oh, how I Know THAT one.

And as for taking you to see "Cabaret," I'd suggest that a musical that uses a Cabaret for the decline of Germany might not be so much an entertainment as a warning.

SP said...

We should go and see The Producers right afterwards!

Indrew should know by now that there is no such thing as a just-in-case-suggestion. If I give you the key to go to my place to get the shampoo you so direly need, then you can safely assume that it's an order. Remind me to rent that Hitler video for Saturday as reinforcement.

JC said...

We don't need a Hitler video. we already have our own little caustic, posturing German with delusions of power.

SP said...

Hitler was Austrian. So there. Just like Julius Meinl.

JC said...

And you are Swabian. Another impostor. Raus!

JC said...

And may I mention that you knew exactly whom I was talking about?

SP said...

Links!