Who’s That Guy Holding the Basketball?


October 22, 2021 by sandwichcontrol

He looks like a turkey’s ballsack.

The word of the day is: Sorrow.

[ sor-oh, sawr-oh ]
distress caused by loss, affliction, disappointment, etc.; grief, sadness, or regret.
a cause or occasion of grief or regret, as an affliction, a misfortune, or trouble:
His first sorrow was the bank failure.
the expression of grief, sadness, disappointment, or the like:
muffled sorrow.
verb (used without object)
to feel sorrow; grieve.

Most of you know this about me, but for those that don’t, I really love to watch people cry.

It’s really the only thing that beats watching people have to speak in public when they are completely unprepared to do so.

I got that joy yesterday.

We had a lunch meeting where everyone had to stand up and introduce themselves and tell everyone a little about themselves.

I had no idea this was actually going to happen, but I joked with a few of the folks around me before the meeting that we were gonna have to stand up in front of everyone and introduce ourselves.

Deer. In. Fucking. Headlights.

It was amazing.

The only thing more amazing that was watching those same people learn that they were actually going to have to do just that.

And then once better again was the speeches themselves.

I’m glad no one cried.

I don’t know if I could’ve contained myself.

Other than that, yesterday was pretty short.

The meeting soaked up a big chunk right in the middle of the day.

By the time it was over it was a few quick errands, grabbing Aldis the Goldenboy, and then heading to futbol.

Then bedtime.

Today is going to be pretty quiet, I think.

I don’t have too much on the books.

I’m going to try to catch up on some of my lists.

Or maybe I’ll just sit and read.

That’d be nice.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


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