I’m Fred. I like tacos and ’71 Cabernet.

Random thoughts which peppered my head today:

I hate it when movies purposefully pluck my heartstrings. Like fucking Beaches, with Hershey slowly succumbing at the fucken seashore. Pluck elsewhere, people.

I made a new acquaintance today. He was bald and sweet, with a naïve view of the world. [Disclaimer: it was not a newborn baby.]

Do you ever crump to ad jingles on TV? [Coughs] Yeah, neither do I.

Jealousy seems the Heidi Klum of emotions … tall and exotic, dressed in Halloween habiliments of hurt, anger and superiority.

Is it possible to find morality in others without also finding judgement?

Once upon a brain fart, I had a crush on David Caruso. It only last ten minutes but in the ninth minute, my brother found out. Lived with it. ever. since.

Is it just me or does the word ‘predilection’ seem reserved for serial killers?

What’s with people who ask how you are, then turn away before you can answer? Some fraudulent interest wouldn’t go astray. You started it.

If I were rich, I’d teach puppies to tap dance. Unhushed puppies.

I have a tendency to talk to myself at inopportune moments … such as in dressing rooms of department stores: “that does not look good”.

About the wuc

I'm a chick living in Australia, working for the man. I hate office work with a passion usually reserved for James Cameron, but somehow I ended up with a career behind a desk, stapling my forehead at random intervals.

17 Responses to “I’m Fred. I like tacos and ’71 Cabernet.”

  1. “I hate it when movies purposefully pluck my heartstrings.”

    Exactly why I have so much trouble with the apparently universally adored Mr. Spielberg. Pluck elsewhere, indeed. Fah!

    Unhushed puppies! Ha!!

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