Friday, October 8, 2010

Shit SB Says in Blog Comments

Kids frighten me. I don't know what to say to them. I have to get very drunk on Halloween just to manage to pass out candy to the little costumed freaks. I was excited that last year, feeling tipsy, I finally bravely managed to mumble "Have fun!" to one of the bastards. You live, you grow.


Steph(anie) said...

You'd love halloween at my house. We're so far back from the road we've never had one single trick-or-treater.

Ms. Moon said...

You are one of the special people who do not feel the need to speak childishly to children. I frequently ask six-to-ten-year-olds if they are married. This cracks me up. They look at me as if I had lost my mind.
But getting tipsy to pass out Halloween candy is not a bad way to spend a Halloween. Then, when all the kids are gone, you can eat the rest of the Reese's Peanut Butter cups.

Mel's Way or No Way said...

SB-reading this is like you stole the thought right outta may head. High-five soul sister! :)


Despite your potty mouth, I suspect you are a very nice person.
I like turtles.
David, NYC

Sarcastic Bastard said...


Ms. Moon,
I LOVE REESES CUPS. I will only eat peanut butter with sugar added.
I love you MAS than Reeses Cups!

We are birds of a damn feather.

David McG,
I like turtles, too, but what's that got to do with anything? Laugh. I have to give you a hard time. If you're living in NYC, you're probably used to it. I'm just busting your chops.

Love to all,


Jeannie said...

We are kindred spirits. I don't know what possessed me to have children when I don't even like children. I still don't have a clue what to do with them after all this time. The Halloweenies scare the hell out of me and I too need to drink. A lot. I prefer the teens that are too old to come around but do anyway. Then I make fun of them.

Syd said...

I think that they are fun. But no Halloweeners come to the country.

michelle said...

I hate Halloween.


mrs. miss alaineus said...

ms moon is correct. you need to speak to children like PEOPLE and somehow it works a lot better. i dont talk down to my kids at defeats the whole purpose of getting them ready for the adult world.

we are just leaving the damn lights off on halloween so we dont have to deal with the little beggars!


Sarcastic Bastard said...

We ARE kindred spirits. Poor you. Laugh. Bless you for your honesty. I love you so!

I would come to the country, if we lived closer to each other. I bet you and C. would pass out the good candy.

I do too. Except I do like the lighted pumpkins and the scary movies and shows on TV.

Mrs. Miss A.,
I am leaving my light off, too, this year. I'm no longer married so I am no longer forced to pass out candy, although the Viking may force me to join him. He likes to scare the little kids at his house.

Love to all you bitches,