But we didn't get Whitey the Third yet. The death of a second fish in less than a week is apparently much less upsetting...to some people. I'm thinking some kids would be upset. But Opie just wanted to bury this one in the garden too, and then run happily along with his day.
I don't think I'll ever fully figure that kid out.
I was having serious thoughts a little earlier today. About naked pregnancy pictures. I was thinking, "Seriously, WHY?!!!!"
You know those pictures where the woman is all bare chested, and the man is all bare chested and they're embracing risque-ly and things are barely being covered and people go, "Awwwwww, your belly is so......cute." Because they're too busy thinking, "Holy cow, I can almost see a nipple, and why would you want to show that much skin when all pregnant women tend to not look super fabulous (I don't care how round and perfect your belly is)."
And then when the naked people's child is a 15 year old girl with her first crush sitting on the couch looking at the family picture album, and then comes across the naked pictures of her parents - - yeah, that's going to go over REALLY WELL.
How did the naked pregnancy pictures ever become a fad anyway?
You know that kidney stone? It's evil. But they tend to be that way.
I've had a lot of down time lately. Evil kidneys require down time. They also require all things Netflix (since I had already seen all the current episodes of Ghost Hunters International on Hulu).
I kind of get obsessive though, when it comes to tv series and books and, oh, kind of everything. But being obsessive is actually pretty distracting from debilitating kidney pain. And since I've exhausted all the contemporary episodes of Dr. Who, and the big-eared-alien show Roswell, I started a new series. Something I never thought I'd watch. Something awesome and stupidly addictive:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
(I figured with 7 seasons of Buffy and the whatever amount of seasons of Angel, I would be set if this kidney stone decides to torture me indefinitely.)
I'm really liking it though. Except that I'm on season 3 now, and I'm fairly convinced that it's the season of ugly pants. But other than that, fabulous. (In a stupidly addictive way, of course.)
However, I have come away with an extremely thought provoking question:
David Borneaz: more attractive as the younger Angel?
Or the older Seely Booth?
'Cause I'm obsessed with Bones too, and since it predated this whole Buffy thing I'm voting for the older. Also I think I'm getting old, and therefore I guess I find older men more attractive...which is kind of sad when you think about it.