Silly Conversations With Bill, Smells.

This commercial, and yes we talk about other things too, was about an air freshener. It was lavender scented and the commercial indicated that it would make your bedroom smell pretty,  it would be relaxing and might even help you sleep well at night.

Bill watches this and looks at me. He says, “So like farting….. only it smells nice.”

I stare at him for a moment and then I say, “No! No!” And with a bit of annoyance, amusement, and also grossedoutness  (a word now, bitches, and I say that with affection), I say,”NOTHING like a fart.”

We stare at each other oh so briefly and then we laugh and laugh. I. Love. Us.


About jambiethoughts

My name is Jamie W. Bryant,. Sometimes I drop the W. I am a currently a 55 year old woman with a serious sense of whimsy. I was having a hard time describing myself but when a friend said everyone wanted to be a princess, men and women, I said to call me a Queen, Warrior Queen. I think Whimsical Happy sometimes Silly Warrior Queen Who Takes No Shit But Is Really Kind and loves to have fun but is really responsible might do it. It is long, however I have never been good at editing myself, in SO MANY WAYS, so there is that. If you still have no idea who I am, well, read my blog and try to figure it out. I can be serious. I can be silly. I love to make myself and others laugh. I speak real shit. I believe everyone should be treated with respect, and I will if you will. I calls them as I sees them. I sometimes swear. Gasp! I do not swear when I am in the presence of children, but this blog is for grown ups. You have been warned.
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One Response to Silly Conversations With Bill, Smells.

  1. thehouseai says:

    Glad to know I am not the only one contributing to the growth of the English language. I have been doing this since I was young. At first, it was more like malapropisms, from the great Moliere’s character, Mrs. Malaprop, who would use a real wrong in the wrong way, but later, when a word didn’t exist that matched my needs, I made one up – often with no idea I was doing so – it was organic, as I am betting yours was. I kept doing it, all the time, and amused my ex to no end, although sometimes he suspected (rightly so) that I was using archaic words from various historical genres I was reading in. I don’t do it as much today- my kids have less acceptance of it, and frankly, I can’t even come up with simple words that I need, much less make up big bold ones like you. 😉

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