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this morning, I shot six holes in my freezer

Posted on 2005.21.01 at 13:15
How I feel about it all: crankycranky
Soundtrack: Jimmy Buffett - Boat Drinks
Here.

There.

*screams*

WHY AM I STILL LIVING IN THIS FECKING ICEBOX?????!!!!

I swear to all the gods, if it weren't for my family and not having money and being able to get all the Red Sox games, I'd be gone faster than you could say "Damn, it's cold". I'm not cut out to be a New Englander. I love it here, but the weather is getting to me more and more every year.

I suppose I should buy some milk and bread. It's supposed to snow, and that's what all us Rhode Island folk do. Why, I have no idea.

Comments:


Loony Loopy Lea Lovegood
chickadilly at 2005-01-21 16:13 (UTC) ()
Move here ... it's 72 right now. *feels ebil saying that but it's true*
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-01-21 16:24 (UTC) ()
CA's a leeetle too far away. I'll visit, though!
Loony Loopy Lea Lovegood
chickadilly at 2005-01-21 16:33 (UTC) ()
But you'd never have to wake up to find out that your car is frozen solid ever ever again! :D
meg
meggitymeg at 2005-01-21 16:23 (UTC) ()
Amen, sister. I've gotta get out of this place.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-01-21 16:24 (UTC) ()
*sings* If it's the last thing I ever doooo
february_sea at 2005-01-21 16:40 (UTC) ()
that's what all us Rhode Island folk do

*mildly startled* It IS? Erm. Okay.

*obediently goes off to buy milk and bread*

Can I pick up some scotch, too?
Non-Recovering WoW Addict
heinous_bitca at 2005-01-21 17:30 (UTC) ()
It's going to SNOOOOW tomorrow! Of COURSE you need to get bread and milk!

You've not lived here long, have you? ;)
february_sea at 2005-01-21 17:45 (UTC) ()
Here, as in where I am now? *grin* RI? Nope. Just since July. TRUST me, I'm still reeling from the Independence Day "EVENT".

The snow? Meh. No big deal. I've lived in NE most of my life (hello, blizzard of '78, looooved driving in that) so I'm okay on that score. :D I just didn't realize that running out to purchase bread and milk was a state requirement. :P
crikkita at 2005-01-21 18:24 (UTC) ()
Oh, good, I'm glad I'm not the only one who didn't know that! Then again, I've only lived here one year. Er, 11 months and 2 days, actually.

But I don't wanna buy milk and bread! I just bought milk two days ago and I'm wheat-sensitive and GF bread is so danged expensive! Can I just curl up with my cat and a cup of tea and a laptop full of fic, instead? Please please?
february_sea at 2005-01-21 18:37 (UTC) ()
*grin* I like your style, sweetheart. I'd like to curl up with my laptop and write some smut! Hee! Spouse just went to buy wine. So at least we're buying something before it snows. :D
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-01-22 02:23 (UTC) ()
I'll bring the champagne. Blizzard Party at Olivia's! And then, because we've run out of food (because all we have is bread and milk), we'll make cheese from the bread and have toasted cheese sandwiches (untoasted if the powah goes out).
robinhoo at 2005-01-21 17:09 (UTC) ()
As we're supposed to get the flakes here in Jersey too, I dutifully went out and purchased my m&b today, too. Have you ever noticed that we even buy milk & bread if we don't need it? Because, y'know, we're so likely to get snowed in for more than a week.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-01-22 02:26 (UTC) ()
But why milk and bread? Why not cold cuts and tuna fish? Why not bottled water? Cat food? I never got the breadandmilk thing.
The Foo Queen
erebor at 2005-01-22 20:25 (UTC) ()
I suppose I should buy some milk and bread. It's supposed to snow, and that's what all us Rhode Island folk do. Why, I have no idea.

I did the same. I think it's traditional to buy milk and bread before a blizzard, and bottled water and toilet paper before a hurricane.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2005-01-22 21:02 (UTC) ()
Toilet paper and water you can't do without. I'll even grant bread, if you're actually OUT of it.. But milk? Why is that so essential?
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