5/29/08

A Bit Nutty; Part 2

Just so you know. When a child sticks a nut up his nose and needs a specialist to remove it, it might cost around $400. Just so you know. When the bill comes, you should probably not ignore it. Or you might get a call from someone who sounds cranky and asks you to call back about reference # blah blah blah. That call might remind you to stop pretending the nut up the nose bill is going to be paid by Oprah. The daydream you had that she feels bad for you and would rather pay a medical bill than give you a car, um...that wasn't real. So you should probably just pay it. It's a small price to pay for a young boy to learn what might fit up his nose and what might get stuck. It only costs $400 to provoke the "things can only come OUT your nose" conversation. He needed to learn that anyway. No biggie, it's totally cool. Just so you know...

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k & k said...

I am going to pray that you no longer dream of Oprah in any saviour-like fashion whatsoever. You know exactly what I mean! :-)

Heather said...

Even if she spends $500 for one towel and tells everyone they need to do the same cause it's oh so important, she's still filthy stinkin' rich and I want her to pay my medical bill. I'll try to replace her in my daydream with...Bill Gates?

joolee said...

I could see how you could turn this into an "If you give a Moose a Muffin" type story......
Her daydream of Oprah reminded her that she still needed to Tivo "So You Think You Can Dance." As she was setting the record button on the TV she realized it had been weeks since she used windex on the saliva covered TV screen. As she opened the cupboard of cleaning supplies to grab some paper towels she was knocked over by the distinct smell of a rotting potato.....OK. Maybe I should save the development of this idea for my own blog....

Sabrina said...

I love that my friend from college a million years ago is appearing on your blog heather! I love blog world!

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