Life Lessons: Shrimp Boat Surprise


So I’ve been a bad blog writer and haven’t updated in about a week. I could have been productive yesterday, when I was sitting around, reading ia href=”;ie=UTF8amp;qid=1306881368amp;sr=1-1″A Million Little Pieces/a, /iwatching iSex and the City/i and basically not doing SHIT, but I didn’t. Whatevs. I still don’t know what the hell to write about and haven’t even begun writing the second part to a href=”” style=”font-style: italic; “Teen Kitty/a, so I decided to share with you a very funny passage from a href=””Tim Dorsey’s/a ia href=”;ie=UTF8amp;qid=1306881631amp;sr=1-1″Nuclear Jellyfish/a. /iIn its own twisted way, it’s very true:divbr //divdiv”When my collected travel knowledge is finally published as a best-selling book, I’ve decided to simultaneously release a special children’s edition. It’s almost completely finished. I’ve only got the first page, but that’s the hardest part. It’s called iShrimp Boat Surprise/i. Coleman asked what the title means, and I said life is like traveling on one big, happy shrimp boat. He asked what the surprise was, and I said you grow up and learn that life bones you up the ass ten ways to Tuesday.”/divdivbr //divdivThere’s your life lesson for today, kids. Do you feel more enlightened?/divdivbr //divdivbr //div

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Saving Her Life says:

    Truer words were never spoken, Serge. I love Dorsey#39;s writing.


  2. SVB says:

    Me too! Dorsey should write Shrimp Boat Surprise. That would be hilarious.


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