January 11, 2005

Congratulations on your recent acquisition!

You, dear reader, have made an excellent choice to accessorize your wardrobe with a green PVC utility raincoat, size small, like-new condition. You really found quite a bargain on it, too! It's a great piece of clothing. It's completely impermeable, with a cowled hood to keep water out of your face and pockets that don't leak rain onto the inside of the coat. Knee-length is a perfect length for a raincoat, too, so you stay dry down to the knees even in driving rain. It's not quite so huge that you feel like you're wearing a poncho, but it is roomy enough that you can carry a purse or book bag inside the coat to keep it dry. To top it all off, it's lightweight and not too bulky, so you can easily stuff it into your satchel of choice and carry it around with you when it's not raining.

How do I know you've acquired this fantastic piece of raingear?

Because my dumb ass left it in Dolores Park at lunch today and didn't have time to go back and get it. Crap.

Posted by dianna at January 11, 2005 01:11 PM

dumb ass. (also, sorry).

hey! reply to my email about the MMP from last week.

Posted by: michele at January 11, 2005 02:03 PM

Ohhhh. MMP. Yeah, I want to do it. I just have to check with the date so I don't do anything (else) dumb.

Posted by: Dianna at January 11, 2005 02:13 PM

i have jacob confirmed as coming, so don't think you're doing anything else with him.

(hairy eyeball)

also, YEY!

Posted by: michele at January 11, 2005 02:18 PM

I didn't mean "check with the date" as in "I have to check with my date to see what he's doing". I meant "I have to check that date on the calendar and see if I'm supposed to be doing something else", and for that kind of thing, missy, you cannot trust Jacob. He double-schedules himself without even knowing he's doing it.

Posted by: Dianna at January 11, 2005 03:09 PM

oooo, that's true. that dirty, rotten scoundrel. especially since he agreed to it from colorado. i bet calanders don't even exist there!

Posted by: michele at January 11, 2005 03:25 PM

Right. Nor colanders. Nor cadavers, palavers, pavers or flavors. It really sucks there.

Posted by: Dianna at January 11, 2005 03:40 PM

it had flavors! best fettucini alfredo i've ever had. oh man that italian place was good.

though they also had cattle guards, and we all know how i feel about those.

Posted by: michele at January 11, 2005 03:43 PM