Thursday, July 22, 2010

I LOVE YOU MS. HANNIGAN



Ms. Hannigan was seriously misunderstood.

I get that now. She was no evil villain! What the story neglects to tell you is how Ms. Hannigan had to spend YEARS dealing with TEEN girls. They don't SHOW that part in the movie. They don't SHOW how HORRIFIC Annie would have been during puberty! I mean, she was a REDHEAD! Can you even imagine the torture she would have endured when Annie turned, say, 19!?

OF COURSE she hated little girls cuz she KNEW that they grow up to be money sucking, time sucking, blood sucking black holes in the universe. NO WONDER they love vampire stuff so much! it's in their NATURE.

Seriously someone needs to do the untold Ms. Hannigan story. I gotta say I am MORE than ready to take a bath of cheap vodka too! I totally GET HER!

Long story short. Tslave high tailed it back home on tues. She "couldn't take the pressure." THE PRESSURE!!!!!!!!....of getting a job. That just really got to her, ya know? That whole working thing? She said, in between sobs, and I quote "I CAN'T LIVE LIKE THIS! I CAN'T WAKE UP EVERY.SINGLE.MORNING. SICK TO MY STOMACH! THAT I HAVE TO GET A JOBBBBBBBBB!!!!"

I can't even type in enough caps on that one. We need a double caps key for teen speak alone.

Buying a car for a 19 yr old who was going to pay half the payment? Yah. we all knew THAT was a bad idea to begin with.

I don't get teens today. I was NEVER like that! I worked from 15 on. AND, parking tickets aside, I was basically PERFECT. (I think if you live anywhere in Northern California you maybe just heard an old man named Larry choke to death)

Well, I still have the sister. but she's 20. I think that makes some sort of difference. She shed a tear or two when Tslave got on the plane. But as soon as she got back into what is now HER brand new car, those tears dried up fast. I suspect they were less "tears" and more 'bausch and lomb'.

I'm gonna go take a double vodka bubble bath now!

15 comments:

Kristina P. said...

So, what happened with the car?

I have had a job since I was 16. My mom told me I had to pay for everything, other than food. I had to start buying all my own clothes, shampoo, EVERYTHING. And I was a really, really good kid.

I think she went overboard on some things, but I am grateful because I have a good work ethic.

seriously? said...
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seriously? said...

I live in Northern Cali and I tottttaaallllyyy just heard Larry choke...no really, I did. Teens suck....that's all I have to say about that.

NIKOL said...

Tslave will look back on this situation in a few years and will be kicking herself big time.

My one little bit of sympathy is that it's hard to find a job right now. The economy blah blah blah. But...dude, you just keep trying. What happened to being an extra?

Kris said...

Kristina, do we have the same mom?

I hope your relationship is still ok and that Tslave checks herself before she wrecks herself.

rychelle said...

sounds like you could use a vacation!

vegas is so nice this time of year. ;)

Lady of Perpetual Chaos said...

I must admit that there are days when the only parenting option that makes sense is to spend the day drunk and oblivious. I don't, but a girl can dream. I'm sorry about T-slave. Maybe she's just someone who has to learn everything the hard way, which is more painful for those watching than for her. I hope things go a little smoother with the sister.

Carin said...

PERFECT! There is room for me! I am on my way!!!!!!!!!!!!

xoxo

Kelli said...

Wowza. Wait until she actually HAS to have a job to survive and pay bills and crap. THAT will be hilarious.

peewee said...

Yay! Yes carin! Move in right away! U can have the car too!

peewee said...

Oh, and I had to pay for everything in high school too! I even had to pay for my school uniforms!! Which is a huge part of why I started shoplifting. But that's a whole other post...

Tracie said...

If the house feels empty you can have my 10 yr. old for a while. He can fix your computer for free and he makes his own soup.

Granny~Van said...

Poor Tslave. Guess it's a good thing you didn't get personal plates for her. And, yeah, I TOTALLY heard your Dad choke. I would have saved him, but I am too fat to run these days. Sorry.

Meg said...

I got my first job at 15 too. My motivation was to buy a camera, not a car.

Oy. Kids today.

Anonymous said...

Someone likes your work so much, they wished they wrote it, I guess. Congratulations? If it helps(and I'm sure it doesn't) you're not her only victim.

http://noseriouslywhatthedeuce.blogspot.com/2010/10/slurring-on-reel-ms-hannigan.html