- N: lol i love stock photos
- me: bahaha, ME TOO!
- I keep a folder with my favorite ones
- it's a lot of cats who are not amused
- N: haha omg do you really?
- me: yep
- "Poor Family in the Kitchen. They Have Breakfast" is one of my faves
- N: this is why we're such good friends
- me: haha it's so true
- N: LOL
- i do some of the most random searches for this job
- fat sad couple
- me: hahaha
- N: hispanic baby drugs
- Brother: I just can't watch "How I Met Your Mother" any more because Neil Patrick Harris in real life has sex with dudes; he loses all credibility as an actor for me.
- Me: You have issues.
- Brother: You're the one with issues if you don't think "Two and a Half Men" is funny.
“The red flags flap in the breeze like they’re trying to tell us something, tell me something. Maybe to tell me: that it’s a good thing you’re walking loops around a golf course only a mile from your house, from the schools and libraries and playgrounds and parks of your world as a kid; or to wake up and quit being servile to people you often resent or dismiss; or that it’s OK what you’re doing—it might be a little more responsible to move out and buy a car and get a 9-5, M-F career, but it’s not irresponsible to save money, to think hard about what you want to dedicate yourself to; and though it might be a little sad to be working at a job in which some of your coworkers are middle schoolers, a little sad to be an instrument for a game of affluence, that it’s OK to be willing to get inside this private, insulated world, that it’s a chance to get to know yourself by knowing where you’re from, that it might be kind of ugly but, it’s still… you, your town, your world.
That maybe it’s OK, for right now, to be living at your parents’ house and sleeping in the same room you grew up in, to be writing down these thoughts and questions on the same bed you did your homework on.
Maybe that, it’s OK, right now, to be a caddie.”
— Tim Peters, Notes from the Caddieshack.
Wish I’d had this to read about a year ago. Also wish I’d known that it’s “caddie,” not “caddy.”