Bad Idea Jeans

18 Dec

Cocktails and Irish Car Bombs should be avoided when out of town.  Especially when one has to get up at 7:00 the next morning to attend a conference.

Ugh.  Boozing it up = bad idea jeans

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12 Responses to “Bad Idea Jeans”

  1. Write Procrastinator December 18, 2007 at 3:51 pm #

    “bad idea jeans”

    Wha?

    Dang it, Catherinette, it’s only Tuesday and you’ve already confused me!

    By Friday? I’ll be certifiable.

    My sister says it all the time and it amuses me. It’s just another way to say that something is a bad idea. I’ll provide you with an example: sticking your finger in an electrical socket is bad idea jeans. See? It makes perfect sense. -CS

  2. Diane Mandy December 18, 2007 at 3:55 pm #

    I agree! Your post reminds me back to when I traveled to London with a Muslim friend during Ramadan and shortly after a bomb scare. H couldn’t eat from sinrise to sunset, but we’d make our way to a pub once the sun had set. At one pub my friend went to the bar for me and asked for Jager and an energy drink.

    “You mean for a Jager Bomg,” the bartender asked.

    “Yes,” my friend replied. “I just wasn’t sure if I could say bomb around here.”

    The bartender gave us two drinks, one on the house. :0)

    BWAHAHAHA!! That is so funny! -CS

  3. Lauren December 18, 2007 at 3:58 pm #

    I don’t think Irish Car Bombs are ever a good idea.

    You are so right. When I was at the wedding on Saturday, 2 of my girlfriends each did 3 car bombs in a row. They were not looking so good the next morning. -CS

  4. Red December 18, 2007 at 4:00 pm #

    “Bad idea jeans” was an SNL bit, right? It was referenced recently in the comments on Save Your Generation. If anyone gets a chance to see _Avenue Q_ while it’s at the Hippodrome, I highly recommend it. Among the characters it features are an adorable twosome called the “bad idea bears”.

    I think it was on SNL. I can’t remember that far back, I’m getting old. And I’m hungry. Maybe my stomach is digesting my brain. . . -CS

  5. Step Right Up December 18, 2007 at 5:27 pm #

    I feel your pain Catherinette. I had cocktails on Friday night/early Sat morn, 3 hours of sleep, and then had to report to work on a Sat. at 7am. Absolutely dreadful!

    Ouch. How on earth did you manage to drag yourself out of bed? -CS

  6. Amadeo December 18, 2007 at 5:39 pm #

    Don’t you say things like that about Irish Car Bombs!!!! I had plenty while away at a conference and I got up on time…that may have more with my habit of waking up early when in strange beds.

    (comforts and assures Irish Car Bomb)

    But were you able to function during the conference? -CS

  7. foxyluv December 18, 2007 at 6:57 pm #

    You look stunning in Bad Idea Jeans! Yeah for you – Irish Car Bombs and the cocktail flu when you have to go be brilliant out of town on the company dime! You make being a bad example look so good. You should totally bang a bell hop while you are at it – make it a completely shameful business trip. Maybe flip of a cop while you are at it.

    I set an excellent example for the youth of today. -CS

  8. Pistols at Dawn December 19, 2007 at 7:41 pm #

    Especially when one’s a preteen and has no tolerance, sissy.

    I love that you refer to me as a preteen when I’m 34. You’re the best! -CS

  9. Andrew December 19, 2007 at 8:51 pm #

    Sounds like nothing to be avoided to me, seems a perfectly acceptable way to spend an out of town business trip.

    Then you are a far more experienced drinker than I. -CS

  10. Grant Miller, Esq. December 19, 2007 at 10:43 pm #

    Is an Irish Car Bomb some sort of fart joke?

    Um. . .no. No it is not. -CS

  11. Andrew December 20, 2007 at 5:43 pm #

    lol – rugby+computer sales+year in Hong Kong+all my friends being Aussies = I quit drinking afterwards 😉

    Sure you did. -CS

  12. Anne January 2, 2008 at 9:25 pm #

    Catherinette,

    Why are there some entries that are password protected? I’m kinda new here…

    It’s to keep you guessing. I sent you the password so you can get all caught up. -CS

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