Friday, June 22, 2007

A (Qua)Train Wreck For The Week...

At five, I learned the truth about Santa Claus

At seven, I saw life wasn't fair...

At ten, I discovered to my dismay

That I had Ellen Burstyn's hair

9 Comments:

Anonymous Ed said...

Hey that rhymes you budding poet you. Wait, do you mean to tell me Santa isn't real?

12:18 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Yes, I hate to break it to you, Ed...when I didn't get that vacuum cleaner for Christmas, that's when I knew.

(Don't ask.)

2:15 PM  
Anonymous Ed said...

Okay so I knew it already too. Since we are confessing things. It was when I asked for a G.I Joe Doll, fuck I mean Action Figure, and I got a pair of cowboy boots instead. I did grow up liking cowboys but that's a different story. LOL.

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Ed said...

At nine I learned that I was Gay.
At twelve that life's not fair.
At sixteen my friend said no way,
we're no longer Pals if you are queer.

7:04 PM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Eech! I'm sorry that happened to you, Ed...unfortunately, lots of people are miseducated--they think it's "catching" or something. And teenagers are the worst, with that "peer pressure" thing and all. (That's why I always vehemently denied being gay until I got out of my town!!).)

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Ed said...

The Gay Bloggers have seemingly ignored the Aaron Hall murder. I think it is because his family said he wasn't gay. Most of my family would say the same thing about me. Oh how wrong they'd be. I brought it to their attention but the Gay Blogs remained silent. Even the ones that had ads wanting money for the Matthew Shepard foundation. To me this murder was just as Heinous.

7:51 PM  
Blogger dirk.mancuso said...

Ellen Burstyn's hair? You lucky bastard.

I had Bernie from Room 222's in high school...

9:37 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Did he have sex with Karen Valentine? (It's been simply ages since I've seen any episodes...)

8:17 PM  
Anonymous Ed said...

Oh No you dinnit! I thought I was the only one who remembered Room 222. It was the forerunner of the modern sitcom tackling issues way ahead of its time.
Karen was a student teacher named Alice Johnson and Bernie was a student. So no they didn't
have sex they weren't THAT progressive.
Every time I see the number 222 I start humming the theme tune. De...De..Duh, duh duh..Dum dum dum...dum dee dum dumdum...(I guess you had to be there)

8:12 AM  

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