Saturday, December 23, 2006

Be a good house guest

I am leaving Drummaster's before the drama queen arrives. The drama queen needs salted butter, Yardley English Rose Lavender sap, Charmin Ultra, special tooth pate and he nly drinks Tropicana range Juice. It would be great if he took these items with him or at least the funds. His trips always coincide with my visits and I refuse to get up a 3 am because the drama queen needs salted butter or skim milk.

23 comments:

The Merry Widow said...

I gather this is the same drama queen who's presence caused you great annoyance a few months ago? Drama queens are no longer amusing after the age of 8! After that, swats to the behind usually cures them of such foolishness! Especially in a guy! Ugh!
Surviving the life, Beaker, surviving the life!
Drive safe!

tmw

The Merry Widow said...

Beaker- My daughter thinks this "person" is a closet case! She's also disgusted by him wanting Yardley English Rose Lavender soap, she's heard of girly guys, but really...and store brand o.j. suits her just fine! And she's a 16 yr. old diva!

tmw

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Tell him his agency needs to specify these items in the contract riders.

nanc said...

if i didn't know better, i'd think i was having a "groundhog day" moment...heaaaaaaaaaaayyyy - didn't this happen last year about this time?!?

nanc said...

p.s. - you know, if you really wanted to avoid these moments, you could just pack some of these things and take them with you as a gift to the "drama" queen...

orrrrrrrr, you could just keep giving us the same lowdown on him!

beakerkin said...

TMW

This person is out of the coset a long time ago. Salt your own butter
has become a joke in my office.

Every time I come in the drama queen shows up. I am easy, where do I fall asleep and point me to the toilet.

Steve Harkonnen said...

Hey, I happen to bathe with Yardley soap, the lavender kind.

Tropicana is the top OJ IMO.

Salted butter? You bet.

Charmin Ultra? I prefer saran wrap.

The Merry Widow said...

Prima donnas are lovely in ballet, and most are fairly nice people. But a person who insists on being catered too is self-centered to the max! They have forgotten others, except when they want or "need" something. Then just as long as the other is "useful"! I don't blame you one iota for wanting to depart the premises!
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!

tmw

beakerkin said...

Steve There is no way that you use Yardley English Rose Lavender Soap.
You probably can't find it in your area.

Justin said...

Rolling eyes,drama queens are such a pain in the ......any way what I came to say to you Beak and all the friends I have made on your blog. Even Ducky.

La Feliz Navidad también, La Feliz Año Nuevo y puede terraplén lleno del dios todos sus sueños en el Año Nuevo.

Have a very Merry and very Happy one All of you.

nanc said...

it's everywhere, beak...bar soap is disgusting! tell him people wash their butts with it - perhaps that will cure him - liquid soap is the ONLY way to go.

nanc said...

i'm concerned about steve.

beakerkin said...

Nanc

You can find YARDLEY ENGLISH ROSE LAVENDER soap in Arkansas. Where???
I have seen that soap in Burington.

Warren said...

Beak,
Have you ever thought about spiking his soap with a little dry mustard?

Feliz Navidad, Justin!

nanc said...

i just know i've seen it at all the cheap drugstores everywhere i go!

i'll find some - but, I'LL NOT HAVE BAR SOAP IN MY HOME!

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Nanc,

You know they make liquid soap out of bar soap, right? "Soft Scrub" is bar soap that's been soaked into mush.

The Merry Widow said...

I have a bar of Yardley's English Lavender, it smells wonderful, makes a great sachet for your clothes!

tmw

nanc said...

ummm, beamish? may i have a word with you?

bar soap is disgusting - think about it...you wash your...and then you turn around and wash your...BLECHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

liquid soap is used quickly and rinses off when you're ready - I'M DONE EXPOUNDING...

except for this one thing - before liquid soap came along, we used palmolive liquid, which also makes for shiny hair!

tmw - that's all bar soap is good for!

kuhnkat said...

Nanc,

why are you going out of your way to explain to us where you used to put bar soap???

Civilised people were taught by their mother to get a wash rag soapy and use that!!!!

Oh yeah, and to wash the wash rag out after done!!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

Nanc,

What have you been doing to your BLECHHHHHHHH that would foul a soap bar?

Mr. Beamish the Instablepundit said...

For the record I use Axe Shower Gel... teehee.

nanc said...

so do nancpop and son!

The Merry Widow said...

Bath and Body Works Lavender Shower Gel, very nice, works on hair too! A little goes a looooooong way!
Mr. B., my son use some Axe, Suave for Men is his usual, it's extra tough on acne.

tmw