Between Jerk Off Sessions…

I spent Monday and Tuesday in bed with a stomach virus. Here are the notes and observations I discovered while I convalesced:

1. A great cure for boredom is to txt me a picture of your cock. You’ll get tons of bonus points if it’s a public cock pic. There’s no joke here… just an honest request.

2. Bravo’s new show Million Dollar Listing New York features gay Swedish real estate agent Fredrik Eklund who previously starred in the gay porn classic The Hole (parody of The Ring) under the name Tagg Erikson. #Truth

3. I never knew you could send/receive a private message on Tumblr.

4. An artist needs talent and inspiration

5. Why is Jessica Simpson still famous? Her last movie and album were in 2008 and both were a bomb. Her pregnancy shouldn’t be such a big deal.

6. It’s cool if you’re into the whole subservient ‘boy’ thing. To each their own. But lets get real…If you’re on a dog leash or have someone on a dog leash it’s like wearing a big sign that screams “I’ve have issues that I don’t want to deal with in therapy”

7. I deleted #7 because it was just to bitchy… even for me.
8. The Walgreen’s generic version of Strawberry Cheesecake ice cream can’t compare with Ben and Jerry’s. However, it tastes just like the old ice cream cups they would give us in grade school. You had a choice of vanilla with chocolate or strawberry swirl and they came with a little flat wooden spoon. Remember those?

9. Some people are smart and savvy on a budget. Some people are just broke idiots.

10. I’ve been watching a lot of Designing Women reruns on the TV Guide channel. (Apparently it’s a real channel now) It’s been said before and it’s worth repeating: DW was a great show that really jumped the shark when Delta Burke left. They needed Delta Burke.

11. Reese’s peanut butter eggs are one of my favorite parts of Easter.

12. I need to clean out my closets and bring several bags of cloths to Goodwill. My rule is: It should be donated if I haven’t worn it or thought about wearing something in 1-2 years. 

13. Going to funeral services reminds me that everyone grieves in a different way. It’s also surprising who does and doesn’t show up.

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