Do you do things that make no sense, whatsoever? Brett Butler and the Southern Belles of Comedy Tour pointed out a few for me.
*You go to the doctor’s office where you strip, don a paper dress, then ball up your underwear and put it in your purse. You don’t want your doctor to spot your cotton briefs when your feet are up in the stirrups.
*Cleaning your house before a cleaning lady shows up. (My version of this is cleaning the hotel room for the maid. I used to be a hotel maid so I try to make as little work as possible for them.)
*Washing your hair before going to the hair salon. (Trust me, my hairdresser does comment on hair that is disgustingly dirty.)
* Asking a hypochondriac how she is. (You know she’s never good and will tell you why in five hundred words or more.)
*Having medical tests you don’t need. (Went for my annual. Was told my weight and health was good, then was prescribed five expensive medical procedures simply because I was fifty-one.)
*Almost any type of politician. I refuse to vote for people that are dumber than me and make no sense. This limits my voting opportunities.
*Women dumping nice guys to chase after bad boys.
*Most wedding cakes are inedible. Others are simply for show, with that in mind why pay so much for cake that doesn’t taste great.
*Size four mannequins in your local clothing stores that doesn’t even stock size four.
*Super high heels, platform shoes, and any other foot crippling shoe design. I am betting men come up with these shoe designs.
* Hairless dogs or cats. They always look so cold. Did they have a vote in this selective breeding program?
* Women’s clothing sizes that aren’ standardized. Often I can wear smaller sizes in more expensive brand names. Go figure. It makes it hard for our husbands and honeys to buy us clothes without ending up in the doghouse.
*Slasher movies-pretty, slutty girl gets killed first. Nerdy girl without boyfriend outsmarts killer, and yet all the teen girls want to be the chick that doesn’t last five minutes.
* Well-meaning relatives-they start out by saying how happy they are you’re getting married, then proceed to tell you of all the possible things that could go wrong. Seem rather oxymoronic on their part.
I could go on forever, but I’d rather hear what makes no sense to you.