Thursday, November 19, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Rhobie: I didn't tell you what I did
Rhobie: I went running last friday night
Rhobie: and ran right by my hair guy who I've been cheating on
Rhobie: and of course he saw my hair
Rhobie: and he yelled hi
Rhobie: and I yelled hi and kept running
Rhobie: and it was so awkward and I didn't know if I should stop and over explain (as you know I do)
Rhobie: or just keep running
Rhobie: how awful
Rhobie: and so
Rhobie: I thought about it and stressed about it my whole run
Matthew: you and C-note are over
Rhobie: of course
Rhobie: and so
Rhobie: when I got home I immediately sent him an email
Rhobie: over explaining how I have been cheating on him
Rhobie: but it's not him
Rhobie: it's me
Rhobie: and I just needed a fresh set of hands but I'll be back
Matthew: you cannot be serious
Rhobie: and on and on
Rhobie: Oh I am serious
Matthew: you sent him an email
Rhobie: dead serious
Matthew: did he respond?
Rhobie: he did
Rhobie: he told me I was "too cute"
Rhobie: and I did not need to worry
Matthew: except when he screws you up next time
Rhobie: and he personally felt that it was good for clients to "take a vacation"
Rhobie: and that everything is good
Rhobie: and so now
Rhobie: I feel much better
Rhobie: I am at peace
Matthew: well, glad that's over
Rhobie: I know
Rhobie: me too
Matthew: so, you're going back to him?
Matthew: you're over your "short cut girl?"
Rhobie: no no
Rhobie: I am going to her again
Matthew: I see
Rhobie: but I'll probably go to him again in the next round or 2
Matthew: well all I can say is "that was a tough one."
Matthew: I mean
Matthew: the recession and if we get to keep our jobs or not is NOTHING compared to a "run by" viewing of your new hair by your old stylist who didn't cut your new hair.
Matthew: I'm drinking coffee by the way
Matthew: at this moment
Rhobie: I am so glad you drink coffee
Matthew: are you?
Matthew: there are several people who are
Matthew: I feel like I'm being peer pressured into doing something I know is wrong
Rhobie: that's how you should feel
Matthew: oh good
Matthew: then I'm on target
Rhobie: you are
Matthew: I feel almost like I just bought a dozen doughnuts and am hiding them in my office
Matthew: but I don't think I should feel that way
Rhobie: no coffee is so much better than that
Matthew: because I use splenda now
Rhobie: it keeps you skinny
Matthew: so does crack
Rhobie: it also reduces cellulite
Rhobie: and you can use the grinds as an exfoiliator
Matthew: I don't think I have any cellulite
Rhobie: oh fine
Rhobie: be like that
Matthew: how can I use spelnda as an exfoliator?
Matthew: oh oh oh
Matthew: coffee grounds
Matthew: that stuff is nasty
Rhobie: (but I might have made that up)
Rhobie: I just like to think of all the good things that coffee can do for you
Matthew: because it's all mushy and gross
Rhobie: but it's rough
Rhobie: like exfoilator
Matthew: I can't wait to purchase it from a coffee chain store
Matthew: like I'm a regular
Matthew: getting it from the bagel shop has made my learning so much easier
Rhobie: that's true
Matthew: so now when I go to Dunkin Doughnuts, I'll just be like, "large with cream and splenda."
Rhobie: is that light and sweet?
Rhobie: or is that something else
Rhobie: what does light and sweet mean
Matthew: omg - is that an option???
Matthew: I have no idea
Rhobie: it is
Matthew: now I'm stressed
Rhobie: people go to Dunk and order a large coffee light and sweet
Matthew: I'm glad you told me
Rhobie: I think you could do that and say "large light and sweet with splenda"
Matthew: we should ask Doug
Matthew: he goes all the time
Matthew: to DD
Rhobie: oh really?
Matthew: doesn't he?
Rhobie: i dont know
Matthew: well great.
Matthew: now I'm screwed
Rhobie: no no
Rhobie: we'll find out