Thursday, June 07, 2012

Thor's Little Brother is a Doofus

My first item of business this morning was to create the Twitter hashtag #Thorintervention. I feel less passionately than I felt about the hashtag #killingjayleno, but I still hope it catches on. It's a plea for Chris Hemsworth to step in and do something about this ridiculous brother who has engaged himself to Miley Cyrus. It's so like Thor to step in when his ridiculous brother is about to do something stupid. As an Avenger, he has sworn to protect us. I believe in him. He will fix this. I think Chris Hemsworth is a decent guy because I saw him in an interview talking about how it was a drag to kiss Kristen Stewart. He prefers his wife, he said. I don't know anything about his wife but I know she's not a pot-smoking teenager.

Tweet #Thorintervention if you believe in all that is good and decent in this world.

After working on my hashtag, I hit the grocery store. Now, I could never blog about this over on Babble without Dadcamp jumping all over my case, but at the grocery store I bought jawlipops for all of us. Have you seen a jawlipop? It's a jawbreaker sucker that is just a little smaller than a baseball. They take 30 days to make. What a piece of sweet craftsmanship! I once saw a show about the 30 day process. Each layer of flavor has to harden for a day. Can you imagine the integrity it takes to produce these suckers? I want to see how long it takes to eat them. I'm pretty excited about it. It's kind of a summer project.

Speaking of summer projects, I have an issue. Stacy and Clinton taught me to always have a completer piece--a blazer, scarf, or cardigan. I need a completer piece. I love a completer piece. But it's too dang hot. What am I supposed to wear until fall? I need something arm-camouflaging and waist-creating. But not hot. It's a quandary.

After the grocery store we stopped at DI where we found new with tags stuffed animal versions of The Avengers: Hulk, Hawkeye, Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor for  $1 each. And so we've come full circle.

19 comments:

  1. Dad camp thinks suckers are the WORST invention ever!!!!!!!!!!

    Come to my store. I'll help you put with completers. Short sleeve cardigans, mesh cardigans. And a summer scarf can be a completer too. I got your back.

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    1. Short sleeve cardigans. That is the answer. I'll take you up on this.

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    2. So for the rest of us... where is this store?

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  2. How about a statement necklace as a completer piece? Or a coin belt for all those shaved ice booths...

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    1. It would have to make quite a statement if it's going to camouflage my arms.

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  3. My completer piece is usually a baseball cap. Stacy and Clinton despair of me.

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    1. They despair of you--that's funny.

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  4. I'm thinking fanny pack. And I love the hashtag.

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    1. Don't try a fanny pack. It produces sweat.

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  5. Jen Powell3:23 PM

    Mumu's all day.

    Yeah, I'm becoming my grandma, but it's cool cuz I already became my mother, so really this is progress.

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  6. Scarf around the waist. Or maybe tying the shirt tails counts as a cardigan.

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    1. Tying my shirt tails makes me feel like Rizzo. And by that I mean trashy.

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  7. i have the same issue. since moving to florida i have never looked completed.

    and i like the #thorintervention idea. i think it will work. it HAS to work!

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    1. Mesh cardigans? That sounds vaguely Floridian. I lived in Tampa for a year. Nice weather, but it's a dump.

      Stupid Liam Hemsworth. He's ruining the Odinson name.

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  8. All I imagine is you wearing a scarf like a shawl...I like your arms. You have good arms. You should embrace them. And why and how do you always find the best stuff at di?!

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    1. You should embrace my arms. With your arms. I know you want to.

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  9. Hum, today must be the day to mention how we don't like Kristen Stewart. I did it on my blog too :)
    http://www.circusofmine.blogspot.com

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  10. Always a delight Kacy. I'd imagine storing the supper size sucker between licks could be a challenge.

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