- "Pull" Handles on the Inside of the Bathroom Door
- Blind New Yorkers
- Marijuana Commercials
"Pull" Handles on the Inside of the Bathroom Door
After every movie just about every moviegoer (men and women alike) runs to the bathroom. I don't frequent ladies' restrooms but the guys usually don't know how to aim for the water. (It would suck if you had to poop after a movie because everyone would know you were pooping and you'd most likely have the wettest seat in the house.) But what gets me is bathrooms try to keep it as germ-free as possible with the automatic sensors on dryers, faucets, urinals and toilets. But when it comes to doors, why is there a fu%^ing pull handle on the inside of the door? I just washed my hands and now I have to take the germs of everyone else with me before I leave the theater? WTF? I don't want that souvenir. Luckily, I had my winter gloves in my pocket to "shield" the germs. Get it together movie theater architects!
Blind New Yorkers
I apologize if any of you are going blind or are considered legally blind (how are you reading this, by the way?) but I am tired of blind New Yorkers. They think they own Manhattan. When I'm on the train they beat me with their walking stick. If I'm walking they obnoxiously make it obvious that they're blind, by swinging their walking stick in the air, 180 degrees.
I'm tired of dodging your disability! (Don't you need that stick on the floor to guide you anyway?) I know you're blind and all but you don't have to be visually-able to walk in a straight line like the rest of us. Stop zigzagging into me. Use your magical walking stick! Oh and this one lady (who I found out was blind when I saw her obnoxious walking stick) had the audacity to stop right in front of the MetroCard turnstile to put on her gloves, hat, scarf and (get this) tie her shoes! Yes, this blind lady did all of that in front of me, WITH HER WALKING STICK IN THE AIR! Yes lady, we know you're blind. But we know you can hear us saying "excuse me" because you're blind-a$$ is in the way. (Wooooohuh! I'm sorry. I just needed to get that out. I'm over it.)
I am so sick of these marijuana commercials that keep making marijuana look like the worst thing to do. Sometimes these commercials don't make any sense. I was talking to my friend Monica (and her roommates were there as well) about these ridiculous claims about marijuana. What about heroin, crack, cocaine, E, shrooms and the other dangerous drugs?! Why are these extreme drugs being left out of mainstream television? We all know marijuana is bad but (I hear) it isn't the worst drug in the world. I want to see a commercial about the hazards of crack. I want to see a commercial about the day in the life of a crackhead. Show me"Kyle the crackhead" smoking crack rocks in an alley, while his kids wait for him around the corner to be fed.
LOL, sorry guys. (Let me take a deep breath.........okay. I feel better.) New York brings the sasster out in me. With that being said I believe it's time to lighten things up with the quote for today, Nov 26th:
"Happiness is not an event. It is a series of good choices. Choose your happiness wisely because at the end of the day, you're going to have to deal with yourself."
Happy Nov. 26th! Sass at your own risk. Oh and don't do drugs; artificial happiness is the worst happiness. Stay true pretties.