This morning, I stumbled into the bathroom, put the toothpaste on my toothbrush, and dropped it in the toilet. Things can only get better.
Kaiser Permanente has a kid-outreach program called, wait for it, “Nightmare on Puberty Street.” As you can see, Kaiser has it’s corporate finger on the pulse of America’s youth culture. Nightmare on Elm Street was first released in 1984, five years before most of these kids were born. Note the actor’s stylish peach T-shirt, striped baseball cap, and overalls. I can only hope they rap.
She’s under arrest for repeatedly punching her four-year-old daughter. Her name is Madelyne Gorman Toogood.
Cheese rhymes with gum disease.
Three things I like:
- People who hum along with songs in stores.
- Bright socks with somber outfits.
- Black women’s voices.
Three things I do not like:
- The intensely defined spaces between your teeth when you’ve just had them cleaned.
- Removing dark fingernail polish to find that my nails aren’t clean.
- The muffled “pink!” that moths make when they butt against the porch light in the dark.