Unhappy News and Dog Shipping

Because it’s me there won’t be a lot of detail blogged here, but last night I ended things with Mr. W.  I’m not going to go into all the explanations because I’ve already done that enough for the two of us, but I knew I should mention it.

In happier, less important news:  Paige came with me to the UPS store to ship my hated Macroeconomics textbook.  She started reading a sign depicting things they will not ship.  Among the things is a picture of a dog. Of course this leads to conversation about how she wants to try and ship a dog, you know to see if she could get it past them.

Me: I can just see you bringing in a package. They’re filling out a packing slip and a bark comes from the box…
Paige: I would play it off and say, “Sorry, that was me. I had chili for lunch.”
Me: Then frantic scratching starts and you’re caught.
Paige: If I was gonna do this I’d go all out and ship a mastiff or something. [makes a really low woof sound] “Man that chili is not sitting well!”

4 thoughts on “Unhappy News and Dog Shipping

  1. This is the last of the things I will say in regards to all of this forever, and it will most likely simply be deleted. Teri was, hands down, the happiest thing I have ever known. I've never felt devoid of negativity and desire to just be angry at people for their own foolish decisions. I made Teri smile, and she made me smile. We were both happy. Teri is an amazing person and though what she did hurts me in a way I am not accustom to feeling, if she feels in heart that things are wrong between us, I have to go with that.

    Goodbye.

  2. Sorry for the drama hon, hope you're doing ok. If you ever want to talk to someone who has zero knowledge of the situation feel free to call. 😉

  3. Check out these Web sites. They may help to cheer you up. They work on me every time, without fail:

    http://www.fupenguin.com/ http://awkwardfamilyphotos.com/ http://failblog.org/

    I don't think the dog-shipping plan would work. She'd have to cut airholes in the box and the dog would probably lick anyone that tried to inspect it through the holes. Or she could opt out of the airholes but then the plan's probably moot; UPS may not mind if the dogs are dead when you ship them.

  4. Thanks for the pick-me-up, Mr. Anonymous Friend. I've been a fan of Fail Blog for a while, and it never disappoints. It's always great to laugh at the misfortune of others, I say.

    Another good one for you: http://www.fmylife.com/

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