Flushing the Queer Birds out of the Bushes

15 Responses

  1. Pearl says:

    It’s true, Joce.

    Everybody is somebody’s weirdo. 🙂

    Pearl

  2. Friko says:

    I wonder if they also made up an amusing and well-phrased story about the purple-faced one as you pounded past them. But perhaps they don’t have blogs to consider. Only we who do, know what we suffer in the pursuance of our art.

    I consider your efforts to postpone fly expulsion to have been heroic. Any mere mortal would have spluttered and choked and puked there and then.

  3. Gads, I needed that howling, laughter (which launched my tea out my nose) today! I think the video of “HAWWWWWWWKHEEEEECKHEEEEEEKPATUUUUI!” should be shared with your classes.

  4. kmkat says:

    Ah, yes. There was the time that my friends and I, after an evening of heavy partying, went to the Embers at 26th & Hennepin to view the weirdos who populate its booths at 2 am on an early Saturday morning. Lo and behold, WE were said weirdos.

  5. chlost says:

    I hope that the bug which was sacrificed for the purposes of this blog post was able to realize that its loss of life was not in vain. This is a great post! It reminds me of the fact that I never realize how tall I am until I see a photo of myself with all of you short people in the world. I am just used to looking at the tops of other people’s heads. They see my nostrils, I suppose.

  6. Amen to the conclusion.

    I have to say, you do have a tendency to post videos with noises I just canNOT listen to!

  7. ***it sure is hard to identify which ones are the queer birds in the forest when, in reality, we all are.***

    Faaaaabulous Line.
    Faaaaabulous Blog.

    xx

  8. That was such a fun story. The suspense you created at the beginning merits an inclusion in a work of fiction. Please, do. With hobbits, too. Real or imagined. 🙂

    Greetings from London.

  9. Maria says:

    I often have moments like this. My daughter likes to go to the mall and I am her driver many days. So, she and her friends shop and I sit and people watch and sometimes I wonder if others are doing the same. Like are they looking at ME and thinking, “Well, she used to be a beauty when she was young and now is fading fast.” Or…WORSE…”She thinks that she used to be a beauty when she was younger and is now enjoying her mourning of it.”

  10. Jess says:

    You are the best!

  11. Gag-reflex stifling for other situations. I am dying here. Good lord, woman, you are funny.

  12. sweffling says:

    Hysterical! I’m not sure it is safe to laugh that much over my breakfast: nearly emulated your fly eating incident, only with non-aeronautical protein in my case.

  13. Bone says:

    Wait, so you’re saying you and I aren’t the “normal” ones? This goes to the heart of every misconception I’ve ever had about myself.

    Also, that was my first time to watch a YouTube of someone hacking. However, not my first YouTube of an off-duty Santa, unfortunately.

  14. lime says:

    this is why i love you. no one else i know can take a bug-choke run and turn it into such astute observation. that and the self-control necessary to continue running while stifling a hork and still being able to think clearly.

  15. Meg says:

    You conjure a particular mood like no one else, Jocelyn. Thank you. Ptuuii.

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