Yeah, I know…..this is lame….a silly e-mail forward……….a predictable punchline resulting in a low chortle.
But, PLEASE someone, hire me a Bubba!! Below is his resume:
To hoom it mae cunsern,
I waunt to apply for the job what I saw in the paper.
I kin Type realee qwik wit one finggar and do sum a counting.
I think I am good on the fone and I no I am a pepole person, Pepole realee seam to reespond too me well. Certain men and all the ladies.
I no my spelling is not too good but find that I Offen can get a job wit my persinalety.
My salerery is open so we kin discus wat you want to pay me and wat you think that I am werth,
I kin start emeditely. Thank yoo in advanse fore yore anser.
hopifuly Yore best aplicant so farr.
PS: Because my resimay is a bit short - below is a pickture of me.
It's OK, we've got spell check.
See you Monday!
Okay, the advantages to Bubba working in any predominately female populated office:
1. the abs
2. the abs
3. the abs
4. he seems genuine at heart
5. he doesn’t mind men looking
6. the abs
Now, if he worked in, let’s say, MY office----we’d be able to use Bubba for stress relief---even if it is just TOUCHING the abs. Only for a moment.
No need for our husbands or significant others to mind, because it would be nothing but a way to alleviate stress and anxiety to make us better people when we come home to our families.
We could give back to society by HELPING Bubba’s spelling and grammar skills. He’d be so indebted to us that he’d never leave (until his abs went south).
So, is there really a Bubba out there that would want to work for the GOOD of the people?
Oh, by the way—I tried to take some self portraits of my hair again. I left it all curly this time, and I kind of liked it….but I looked like a drunken lunatic!! That is not a joke or being self deprecating. Even Mr. Perfectly laughed at them.
So, I will have to use his skills to take a better curly portrait. I left the bangs down today---and Teenie will see it for the first time today, so I’ll get her opinion. She didn’t care for the photos last week. She thought it was too flat on top for my thin locks. I tend to agree—so I worked a little to add a bit of volume.
I learned a valuable lesson today. My hair looked decent after I dried it. DON’T MESS WITH THE HAIR ONCE YOU LIKE IT….because the more I messed with it, the more I didn’t like it…….it was kind of a train wreck.
I may see Brandon soon to get chunks of color put into it. What do you all think? What color should I merge in with my mousy locks?
Toodles for now. Happy Wednesday!!