After being dumped, Tan Shen from Chengdu, China spent a week in her local Kentucky Fried Chicken.
She initially wanted some chicken wings and a quiet place to think. But then she ended up staying day after day in the 24-hour-a-day restaurant, which attracted media attention.
She eventually lost her taste for chicken, quit her job and went to visit her parents. I’m sure she realized her mistake….
Taco Bell would have been so much better.
Posted in Family, Food, Friends, Humor, Life, Love, Relationships, Restaurants
Tagged 24 hour a day, chicken wings, china, day after day, dumped, family, food, friends, Humor, Kentucky Fried Chicken, KFC, life, love, media attention, quiet place, Relationships, restaurants, Taco Bell
Tonight I surrender my blog to the glory of the Babushka Dogs that are taking over Instagram.
Nothing I have to say is more important or will make you feel happier.
Posted in Animals, Art, Dogs, Entertainment, Family, Humor, Internet, Life, Love, Photography
Tagged animals, art, babushka, babushka dogs, blog, Dogs, entertainment, heady stuff, Humor, Instagram, Internet, life, love, photography
TAKE THE CROWN.
Posted in Commentary, Entertainment, Family, Friends, Humor, Life, Sports
Tagged American League, baseball, commentary, family, friends, Humor, Kansas City, Kansas City Royals, life, one win away, Sports, World Series
When we were young, my sister and I spent many a fun-filled afternoon playing “camping” with our Barbie dolls — and our brother’s GI Joe action figures — in our family’s formal living room.
(Other than Christmas, it was the best use of that room.)
The green carpet was obviously the grassy forest floor. We used Kleenex as sleeping bags. And Dr. Seuss books tilted open were the perfect tents. Plus, GI Joe had a jeep, so there were lots of four wheelin’ and other shenanigans.
Those were simpler times. Barbie wanted simpler things.
Posted in Children, Family, Games, Home, Humor, Toys
Tagged action figures, Barbie, brother, camping, carpet, children, dolls, Dr. Seuss, family, forest, four wheeling, games, GI Joe, Humor, Jeep, Kleenex, living room, simpler times, sister, sleeping bags, tents, toys, uptown girl
HAPPY NATIONAL DOG DAY!
In a perfect world, every dog would have a home and every home would have a dog.
Posted in Animals, Dogs, Family, Friends, Holiday, Humor, Life, Love, Photography
Tagged animals, Dogs, eat play love, every dog should have a home and every home should have a dog, family, friends, Holiday, Humor, life, love, National Dog Day, photography
My friend Leah and I went to the US Open tennis tournament today hoping to see favorite players.
Me, Djokovic at the practice courts. Her, Verdasco in his early round match. We were both successful. (Leah even shook Verdasco’s hand.)
But we did not expect to meet Jack Sock’s aunt and uncle on the train platform on our way back into the city!
But we did.
They were chatting with friends and were curious about the matches that were still in progress. And since both of us were intent on our cellphones, they asked for an update.
We ended up talking until we arrived at Penn Station.
I think that counts as yet another sports celebrity encounter — don’t you?
Posted in Entertainment, Family, Humor, Life, Sports, Television
Tagged aunt, celebrity encounter, cellphone, chatting, Djokovic, entertainment, family, Humor, Jack Sock, life, New York City, Penn Station, Sports, sports celebrity, Television, tennis, tennis match, tennis tournament, train, train platform, uncle, US Open, Verdasco