Friday, October 21, 2011

Get Your Red Hots

Is this a baseball reference because the Rangers are in the World Series?

I'd like to take a second to give a shout out to a dedicated reader and super-hot friend who criticized my last post with the following:

"...and your blog makes it sound like you picked up a hooker in 'a bad part of town- and by town I mean cities away from the city where I needed to be or public transportation that would help get me there.'

When actually, you were rescued by Wilma Flintstone and driven safely home. THEN you got ass."

First of all: hottest Wilma Flintstone ever. Secondly: thank you again! Thirdly: Call me Mr. Flintstone, cause I can make your bed rock.

By the way, I'm not a player. Far from in fact, but scandals sell, so that's what I do, you know. Can you dig? I went out with that internet chick last Tuesday. It was the first time that I've gone out with an internet chick and seen a future. I normally find a million faults with a woman before we've even sat down, but I have yet to find one with her: she's pretty, smart, interesting, likes the same music and TV shows that I like, volunteers... what more could you ask for? Sadly, my voice was rocky and I think I may have underestimated my illness when I said I was over a cold, but had lost my voice. I guess that doesn't make sense. I hope I didn't get her sick. I still haven't completely recovered. I texted her a couple days later to say that I enjoyed meeting her and want to go it again and she replied without any mention of meeting again. I hope she's just waiting for me to get better and ask her out, because I would like to see something come of this. I have Daxos, but I haven't played with him since I got sick last weekend. I know whatever I have almost certainly can't jump to him, but I still don't want to risk it. I love that lizard!

Hot Italian Sausage:

3 Hot Italian Sausages
0.75 Onion Diced
1 Red Bell Pepper Diced
Dash of Cumin
Dash of Garlic Powder
A Little Salt
Olive Oil
3 Hot Dog Buns

Saute the Onion in Oil with Garlic Powder and Cumin. After Onion is cooked, but still slightly crunchy, add Sausages. Salt and Pepper to taste. Shortly before completion add diced Red Bell. Toast the buns and put Sausage and Onion mix on with a little cheese. Enjoy!

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