Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Literary profiling

If you're reading a biography of an osbcure liberal senator you should have manners enough to move all the way into the car so others can get on.

If you're reading One Hundred Years of Solitude you really ought to be wearing those spangly Baby Phat eyeglasses ironically.

If you're reading Us Weekly, tilt that towards me so I can see.

1 comment:

  1. This post reminded me of a Lyle Lovett song which, by the way, is going to be stuck in my head ALL DAY LONG because of this. That's not a BAD thing, I suppose. It could be worse - you could have conjured some horrid Rod Stewart song (or, heaven forbid, Barry Manilow! UGH! I'll take Lyle ANY DAY, thank you very much!).