Thursday, April 30, 2009

Writer's Workshop: My Girls

IT'S THURSDAY!!!!! Time for the weekly assignment, which I have neglected for the past few weeks, over at Mama's Losin' It.

Here are the prompts:

1.) Who really helped you get over something? Write about that person.
(writingfix.com)

2.) Is plastic surgery an option? Without being vulgar, write about the body part still attached to you that you would most like to dis-attach and replace with a better one.
 
(writingfix.com)

3.) Share an interesting email exchange you've had with someone lately.


4.) Have you thought about shutting down your blog? Why haven't you and what would cause you to make that decision final?

5.) Today I will...


I am choosing to do number 2, the plastic surgery one.  

Oh, my girls, my ta-tas, my hooters, the twins, or whatever you want to call them.  They have been sad since having kids and having those said kids literally SUCK THE LIFE OUT OF THEM!

They got sad after my daughter was done with them.

Then SUPER sad after my son finished them off.

They now do nothing but stare at the ground.  They do not look the world in the face anymore without some major support and uplifting.  Always staring at the ground.

Sometimes they feel the need to require folding up into the ever present over-the-shoulder-boulder-holders. 

Sometimes it is as if they are trying to find a permanent home in the waistband of my pants. Heaven forbid they should. *IF they do, I plan to wear them OVER my shoulders instead of in the tops of my pants.  Start a new trend!*

The ladies are what I would get surgically removed and replaced with newer, HAPPIER ta-tas!  Oh, they would be the happiest twins EVER! And I would hold a bra burning ceremony in their honor!!!

That is what I would do. If I had the money.  For now, I resort to the fold and stuff method so that I do not look completely deformed!

Now, here is a little video for your viewing pleasure.  Reminds me of my girls! LOL.  ENJOY!!!


4 comments:

  1. that video is awesome!!!! LOL!

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  2. I hate to say that I can relate to this a little too well! And the phrase "over the shoulder boulder holder" reminds me of the movie Beaches!? Did you ever see it? There is a whole song in there about "Otto Titslinger" the "inventor" of the bra. Pretty funny. : )

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  3. Funny stuff. I found you at Mama Kat's and just read your last post there for her. Your heart spoke to me as my hubby and I are also trying to conceive. I have 6 step-children but this would be my first so I'm extra excited. I think we could share some stories!

    Best of luck to you and hope you get there soon!

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