Friday, April 27

Inter alia 2

Overheard,

"It's hard being a male man"

Hahahahahaha *wipes away tears*. One is compelled to observe that it hath come to this in this the great United States. Cos *obviously* he's referring to the fact that he's *completely* male and has *never* ever been anything else or even *considered* drag/sex change.

The new era of social introductions:
"Hi, I'm XYZ, a female man. How dya do?"
*insert little old grey-haired, black-bulging-bag toting lady complete with bun and monocles*
"Oh, how nice. So you *were* female and became male or you just swing both ways depending on the mood?"

Just remember you heard it here first.

PS: I might be a *tad* sleep-deprived.
PPS: Tags will resume soon. Sigh. Unless I'm killed by conversation strings that wrap themselves around my neck and strangulate me (and I'm actually rooting for that, right about now).

4 comments:

Princess Stefania said...

Do people still wear monocles? I've always wanted to own one.
;)

the wannabe indian punkster said...

Oh but it is hard being a *manly male* man no? ;)

I want to be introduced to some female men. With monocles. Ahh, the understated coolness of monocles.

Nath said...

Overheard, you say? Perhaps he was complaining about being a mailman.

No, scratch that. Your way is more amusing.

Revealed said...

@PS: You mean it isn't all the thing anymore? Sheesh. I've lost years of my life in my lab *starts hunting under the tables for her lost years* :). They're pretty neat aren't they?

@punkster: Heh. About as hard as being a femininely female woman I'd say :). Understated coolness indeed! I'm thinking of getting one.

@nath: My way is normally more amusing ;)