Sunday, November 09, 2008

Let's watch TV

He with TV remote: Click Click Click Pause Click Click Click Click Click Click Pause Click Click Click

She joins him in the sofa.

He: Click Click Click Pause Click Click Click Pause Click Click Click Click Click Click

She: "Hey can I have the remote please?"

He: "Sure".

She: "Thanks". Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click

He: "Wow, you're really good at it! I love you."

She: :D

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Winter's around the corner

You know winter's around the corner when.....

1. The leaves turn gold, auburn and then copper.

2. Your taste buds long for hot soups every evening.

3. Your knees seem to have their own mind (not applicable to those lucky enough to be on the right side of 25).

4. The weather girl has nothing good to say anymore.

5. You forget to put the milk back in the fridge, but it still stays fresh as ever.

6. You are up. But the sun isn't.

7. Your most favourite item of clothing is a pair of socks and it never comes off you.

8. It takes you all of 5 minutes to layer up before you head outside to throw the garbage and to get the mail.

9. You think the heated underblanket is the greatest invention since sliced wholegrain bread.

10. But you
REALLY know winter's here when someone suddenly says....

He: "Hey dear, we never hold hands anymore! Why is that?"

She: "Hmmm that's a nice thought. Let's remedy that right away."

They hold hands and she looks into his eyes expecting to see the warmth of the renewed romance. But instead, she sees something else; something that resembles the look of a sneaky triumph.

She: "OMG, you hands are ice cold. Get 'em off me you **$@$%"

He: "Gotcha! Stole a little bit of heat from you loser!"

That's when you know winter's really here and that you are stuck with it for the next six months.