Friday, January 06, 2006

"Excuse Me!"

This morning at the coffice, I headed to the men's room. As I walked through the wide open door, I heard a loud "excuse me!", and looked up so see a lady sitting on the can, taking care of business. I jumped back with a startled "whoa!" and quickly exited. From inside the bathroom, she hollered at me, "this is the ladies' room!" I graciously corrected her and pulled the door closed so she could finish her task in peace.

That's a lot of misinformed attitude from someone with their hoo-ha hanging out.

11 comments:

  1. Shoulda done told her you're a tranny. Given your location an all.

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  2. I Have To Say. Sorry about that. I meant for that comment to come across with a Dave Chappell-esque intonation, in keeping with the hoo-ha-ity of the piece, but it didn't quite work.

    On the plus side, here's hoping "tranny hoo-ha" becomes the next Slimbidyad.

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  3. Tranny hoo-ha? Yes, indeed! I would love for tranny hoo-ha to be a slimbidyad. That would be fantastic. Tranny hoo-ha, tranny hoo-ha, tranny hoo-ha.

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  5. Ah yes, Knight Rider. Speaking of which, do your remember all of those episodes with Michael Knight's evil twin, also played by David Hasselhoff? Curious isn't it that his twin would look just like him when, as they remind you at the beginning of every effing episode, he's had extensive plastic surgery and no longer looks like his original self. Did they not think we would notice? Did it simply never occur to them? Did the evil twin also have extensive plastic surgery out of a perverse sense of symmetry? Hmm...

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  6. If humor could kill the spambots, you'd be a general in the army, sir.

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  7. In fact, you would be known as General Hoo-ha-ity.

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  8. I like it. I'm going to make up bizness cards.

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