Thursday, July 21, 2005

Signs that maybe...

I need to start eating better: part two

I got home and made it to the bathroom just in time to feel the wrath of Bungsoon, Bungnami and some other Bung's I haven't even come up with yet. Things were fine after a few chapters of, "The Pen Commandments." After I had decided it was all clear and that normal routine could be restarted, I popped in a movie and promptly fell asleep. Hey, exorcising severe weather systems from ones ass is hard work.

I woke this morning, started my routine and was pleasantly surprised with a visit from Mama Jack. She had just come from having eyes examined and wanted to see if I was available for brunch. As I'm often subject to the grumbly tumbly and there is nothing edible in my refridgerator, I took her up on her offer. We went to Ruby Tuesdays and although I hate, hate, hate chain restaurants, RT's has a great salad bar. I ate like I had never seen fruits and veggies before. I guess I need to watch what I eat more, cause at one point, Mama Jack was all, "Jim, no one is gonna take it away from you, there are sparks flying off your plate." Yeah, things here at Jackass Central sometimes tend to get a little bit on the threadbare side and there is not always a great deal left over for the extravagance of food...(ok this might be a slight exaggeration)

Long story short, I got home and again my meal was forcing me to, "go fishing for the finless brown trout." I had always herd rumours of food you ate getting stuck inside for years and years but the craisins, lettuce, onion, peppers, celery, peaches, cottage cheese and a whole bunch of other shit(no pun intended) was gone a half hour later. Again I think I'm ready for a movie and a nap.

I hope you all are well.

Cheers,
JJ

3 comments:

Boogie Pants Donavan said...

I think we should have nap times like they do in Brazil
that would rock

Ktech said...

I am all for the siesta!!! Gotta love the IBS...Gotta love it.

JackassJimmy said...

Yeah, there was no doubting was was what, especially the lettuce and the craisins.

Cheers,
JJ