Thursday, May 19, 2005

I Feel Like Staying Under The Afghan All Day Today

Is that so wrong?

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

not a matter of whether it's so wrong. it's a matter of how much more right could it be?

ted

B said...

not all! just make sure it covers your toes...cold toes are no fun.

hutchie said...

is it one of those days there, too? it's definitely one of those days here. i just spent my lunch hour under a down comforter with the new sarah vowell book.

Elizabeth Crane said...

Ted B. is that ye? Well, whether I know you or not, that is the most surreally perfect comment for the day.
Byron, you can be sure it covers my toes. My toes are always covered.
It's gray and rainy, yes, a perfect Sarah Vowell day, but I suspect I'd feel this way if it were sunny and 70.

Anonymous said...

yes indeed, teddy b in the house. how much more right could it be staying in today? none more right. the answer is none. none more right.

i'm not a blogger, nor do i have a web site...thus the "anonymous" signature. maybe i'll work on that.

DAM said...

If it's an Afghan dog, that might be wrong.

If it's an Afghan who is a member of the Taliban...well...

If it's a blanket, nothing wrong with that, other than the fact that I would opt for a mattress and a comforter. In this case, however, there is no objective wrong. I say mattress and comforter, you say couch and afghan. (By the way, you ARE wrong. A slug fest can only be celebrated in bed.)

kfoz said...

A day has passed. Are you still under there? Do we need to send someone to pull you out?

Ted said...

Unless, of course, your hot husband Ben is actually Afghani, in which case, it's probably OK if...well...you're still there, and in fact that might be supported and encouraged, although I don't think he IS Afghani because he doesn't really look like it, but that doesn't always indicate one's ethnic background, so maybe you were talking about him and we all got confused since it was kinda crappy out yesterday and maybe we just assumed that you meant staying under a blanket when really you were looking for some "extra" time with the hot husband we keep hearing about on this blog, and who would we be to tell you not to do that; indeed, either way, whether the Afghan in question is a blanket or a husband, it's still all OK with me, and I suspect that it's OK with the rest of us (and if you haven't noticed I'm practicing a new way of writing; I've seen it used recently and I like it--I'm experimenting with all sorts of punctuation and phrasing and such and it just seems to be fun, but it might be time to stop now).