Discreet conversation between myself and the urinal during my most recent urinalysis test

 

By lex

Posted on December 19, 2005

 

Me: So. I was feeling pretty sorry for myself and then I thought, geez: Sucks to be you.

Urinal:

Me: I mean, my part’s relatively easy.

Urinal:

Me: Well, not so very easy. I mean, I’ve been doing this for nearly 28 years now whenever my number pops, and it’s not like I’ve ever had any fun doing it. You’d think maybe that if I was going to be a pothead, I’d have been caught by now. Ya’ know what I mean?

Urinal:

Me: Crazy pothead captain! Woo-hoo! Look at me, at 45 I just started smoking grass!

Urinal:

Me: Reefer madness!

Urinal:

Me: Anyway.

Urinal:

Me: I wish that observer guy would leave off rattling the change in his pocket. It’s distracting.

Urinal: You going to do something, or you just going to stand there all day waving at me?

Me:

Urinal: Punk.

(later)

Urinal: I feel so dirty… So used.

Me: Don’t look at it like that, baby.

Urinal: Call me?

MeSure.

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