Now we’re cookin’

"Is that an apple? May I have some?"

“Is that an apple? May I have some? That Man never lets me have anything good. And he beats me while you’re gone.”

Mister Boo is overjoyed that we’re back to business as usual around El Rancho Pendejo. That Lady Who Gives Him Things is making a fruit salad, and pieces of apple are rolling downhill.

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8 Responses to “Now we’re cookin’”

  1. JD Dallager Says:

    Good to hear The Boomeister enjoys a nutritious diet.

    Also glad to see that it’s not just **** that rolls downhill.

    Welcome home, Herself!! 🙂

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      His Booness is a fiend for fruit and vegetables. He loves apples and bananas, and is fond of radishes, peas and cucumbers as well. He may be a hippie. But I haven’t seen him burn one yet.

      • Pat O'Brien Says:

        He’d rather have it in a brownie.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        O, an edible, to be sure.

        Speaking of which, has anybody been watching “High Maintenance” on HBO? Started out as a web series, now it’s a for-real-TV series. Very amusing — The Guy, a weed dealer, encounters every sort of person imaginable while plying his trade via bicycle in NYC.

        Some of the web shows are really short — five to 10 minutes. But it’s amazing how much gets packed in there, like a really fat doob.

  2. Larry T Says:

    Good to know you’re back under adult supervision PO’G. Our country is safer for this. My wife comes back late on Monday night so the USA will be even safer! Gawd knows what will happen on November 8th (or 28th if you listen to Drumpf) but I’m hoping my wife is wrong for once with her “people are stupid” explanation for everything that goes down the sh___er in the USA. Too bad we can’t just keep Obama for another 4 years, eh?

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      Excellent, excellent; everybody is back under control.

      I’m trying to think about Halloween, which is less scary than Nov. 8, but I’m not having much luck, especially since Nov. 9 will not bring an end to this nonsense.

      It’s kind of like riding to the race: You get all amped up, banging bars, attacking, countering, chasing, etc., and when it’s all over, win or lose, you’re exhausted.

      And then you remember: “Shit, I still have to ride home.”

  3. Mike Frye Says:

    From one who was retired to the home for the perpetually slow (there is nothing like being lapped in a cyclocross race) I can almost understand what you’re talking about.

    I’m hoping that all wake up after the eighth realizing that this was just a bad dream.(George Bush junior is looking better and better isn’t he?)

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