April 06, 2004

Then the horns kicked in

and my shoes started to squeak

Sometimes it's quiet at work, and it gives me time to think. So yesterday I was thinking about how when people say, "thank-you," it often sounds like, "fuck-you." Well, not so much that they sound the same, but that they are really close. And, sometimes when you say, "thank-you," what you really want to say is, "fuck-you," or maybe even, "fuck-you very much." I didn't realize this on my own of course. This kid Finkel, whom I used to work with at the video store, pointed it out to me. Of course, at the time, I laughed in his face.

"Of course it doesn't sound like fuck-you mwhahahaha."

It wasn't until later, that I realized he was right. Now, every time someone thanks me, a little voice in the back of my head says, "fuck-you."

I think you see what I'm saying.

Posted by raven at April 6, 2004 04:34 PM
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