Gut Rumbles
 

January 24, 2005

insults... I get insults

I've already had this guy and Alaska Kim malign me, call me a pussy and insult my manhood because I got cold today when my heat was off. Well... GUESS WHAT!!!!??? I WAS COLD!!!

I AM a pussy when it comes to cold weather. I don't like snow. I don't like ice unless it's in a drink. I don't like the temperature when it drops below 40 degrees. I don't like scraping frost off my windshield in the morning or trying to find my Incredible Shrinking Dick to piss outside when it's cold. THAT'S WHY I LIVE IN SOUTH GEORGIA!!!

You folks can shove that cold-weather macho shit right up your ass where it came from. Give me 100 degrees every day in the summer. I know how to cope with that kind of weather.

I ain't no eskimo.

Comments

Acidman! You caveman! There ain't no eskimos in these here parts. But thanks for the rant, I about fell outta my chair laughing!

Posted by: Alaska Kim on January 24, 2005 04:50 PM

Ah, my fellow Southerner... I completely understand. I hate the cold. I like short sleeved shirts.

Posted by: Adam Lawson on January 24, 2005 05:23 PM

Amen! Moved to So CA from the Philippines, thought I would freeze when it hit 60. Brrrrrrrrrr.... Warm is better, you northerners can keep the cold!

:)

Posted by: jim on January 24, 2005 06:18 PM

STFU and take it like a (frozen) man! Bob, your list of unfuckable women a few postings ago will make Mr. Happy go away faster than the Falcon's performance and the Philly weather!

Posted by: Cappy on January 24, 2005 08:48 PM

Hey, I bitched too. Before you, in fact, as your frozen acidic ass was still without power.

(I take it you have no fireplace?)

Posted by: Key on January 24, 2005 09:15 PM

It was 5 degrees F. here this morning, and yeah, I was bitching. My excuse was the heart attack I had last week, leaving me with 117 rattling pounds instead of my usual mighty 135.

It's not that the South is always warm, but to long to tears too hot!

Posted by: Brett on January 24, 2005 10:46 PM

Over the weekend it was -21 degrees, -38 with the wind-chill here in upstate Vermont. Had to pull out the hat and gloves that day. If it don't kill you it only makes you stonger.

Posted by: Dave on January 24, 2005 11:05 PM

Oh yes! I actually enjoy working out in the 100-105 degree weather we get around here in June. Now anything below 50 starts to feel cold.

I had enough 35 degree below zero mornings living in MN to last me the rest of my life. I cherish the memory, but I'm not going back.

Posted by: Desert Cat on January 24, 2005 11:50 PM

Ahhhhh... how I long for the days when the ships were wooden and the men were made of iron.

Posted by: Buster on January 27, 2005 06:38 PM
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