Random conversation in the Clueless household
Captain Clueless: “You know those idiots that stole all that copper wiring from AT&T for five week’s in a row?”
Hoodchick: “Yes, I remember those dumbasses on the news. Like no one would notice and set up a sting.”
CC: “Well one of them plays for X.” (X substituted in place of the actual softball team name.)
HC: “No shit.”
CC: “Yeah, you know the blond guy that plays short stop?”
HC: “Not sure.”
CC: “You know, short, young blond guy. Plays short stop.”
HC: “I have no idea.”
At this point, a normal person would say something like, “Oh, well, you’d know him if you saw him.” Nooo.
CC: “YOU KNOW. THE SHORT. YOUNG. BLOND. GUY.”
Ending number 1 (which may happen depending on the cycle of the moon, how big of a dick CC’s been that day, or any other random female stereotype :)
HC: “What the fuck man. I said I don’t know who you’re talking about. Just repeating short, young and blond isn’t doing anything for me. You think I can remember all of these assholes you play ball with? Besides, that’s one of your frenemy teams and you hardly ever play them. If you said “You know the guy that always wears his shirts too small so his fat, disgusting, stretch marked gunt (btw, thanks for that word FADKOG!) hangs out for all to see?” Or “You know the guy that walks like he has a corn cob stuck up his ass?” Or even, “The 6’5” guy that weighs about 110lbs and has teeth like a meth-head?” These would be memorable traits. Otherwise, all those dicks are wearing matching hats, shirts and pants. You know, uniforms. They all fucking look alike to me. So what’s the fucking point here?”
CC: “You. are. such. a. fucking. bitch.” *silent treatment for the rest of the night*
Ending number 2:
HC: “Oh yeah, the short blond guy.” (eye-roll)
CC: “Yeah (chuckle,) what a fuck-tard” *and all is right in the world*
When your kids start asking you complex questions about when it’s ok to lie, feel free to use this as an example.
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