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Weird Ramblings from a Warped Mind

Weird Ramblings From A Warped Mind … 10-5-2017

~ I like when people say, “You wouldn’t understand anyway” like they think I was even listening in the first place.

~ It’s only a short distance before I realize I have no idea where I’m going.

~If you take all the snacks in my house and add them up, you’ll know what I had for dinner last night.

~ So I just found out that all the different colors in Fruit Loops are the same flavor … and now I don’t know WHAT to believe anymore.


~ I don’t like to brag but I seem to be going through a pretty significant ‘what the hell is wrong with me’ phase.

~ OWN (‘Ol Weird Nancy) has mastered multitasking … she can be mad at me for five different things at the same time.

~ I keep my GPS set to a female voice so I get the FULL effect of being told what to do.

~ Last night I asked OWN (‘Ol Weird Nancy) for breakfast in bed this morning. When I woke up, there was a corn dog on my nightstand.


~ OWN (‘Ol Weird Nancy) is finally starting to accept me for who she wants me to be.

~ Our FedEx guy keeps delivering diapers and formula that my Hickville Holler (Pop 2) TrailerHood neighbor didn’t order. And he cries when he holds their new baby. Weird, huh?

~ I hate when I gain 30 pounds for a role only to realize I’m not an actor.

~ I remember several years ago, about half-way thought the movie, OWN (‘Ol Weird Nancy) was taking some popcorn in for the kids staying over for a slumber party and realized she had rented the wrong Black Stallion DVD.

~ If I ever manage to get my act together, that’ll be one HELL of a performance.


~ I’m constantly amazed at how different my Hickville Holler (Pop 2) TrailerHood neighbor’s twin daughters are. Lisa is so much more positive and confident than her sister Hog Face.

~ I nearly throat-punched a lady in The Wal*Marts today because her eyebrows were looking at me funny.

~ OWN (‘Ol Weird Nancy) is forever stealing my t-shirts and sweaters … but if I take just ONE of her dresses, suddenly “we need to talk.”