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Summer Fashion – Little Rule #4

June 24, 2012


Moustaches are everywhere this summer. Once only men who were fifty would grow a mustache but it has become this season’s style and even the wall art on the bathroom wall has them. I am terrified of moustaches. Some nights I dream that a very thick moustache has grown into my nose and into my […]

Other Legs – Little Rule #389

March 20, 2012


The man and his girlfriend had been drinking and so he felt the need to let her know that he really loved legs. I’m in love with legs, he said to his girlfriend. He took a sip of his drink. All legs, he said. But only women mind you. But all legs. Well, shaved legs. […]

Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder – Little Rule #41

March 6, 2012


He would wear disguises when he wanted to be around her. His favorite was a wolf costume because it was subtle and did not draw much attention. The hope was that she would notice that he was not there and recognize that his absence was a way of demonstrating a deep affection. She would find […]

Space Suit Fashion – Little Rule #33

January 20, 2012


Friday night is the most difficult night to choose the proper space suit. All the other astronauts and aliens will be watching, waiting for a ludicrous lapel or a helmet from the last rotation of the two suns. But the true key to fashion is in mood. Sometimes the heart craves Venus, which requires a […]

Regarding Monsters – Little Rule #50

January 17, 2012


There are only two kinds of monsters. ┬áPlease tell your children. The first kind of monster is difficult to describe due to its shapeless nature. Often times this monster lives in a locker or under the bed or in a kiddie pool and is a dark blob of flesh and tentacles and nothingness. Somewhere in […]

If You Are A Bastard You Will Get Fat – Little Rule #14

January 14, 2012


Fred, who lives down the street, invested in sculptures of himself. He has an entire room and also a basement full of nothing but these statues of his face. If you ask Fred he will deny it. But we all know he has them. One day I caught Fred on his lawn and asked point […]