Sunday, October 23, 2005

I spent a couple hours walking around downtown San Francisco this afternoon while doing a crapload of shopping. It was a beautiful day, however, and I had my mp3 player loaded up with good tunes, so I enjoyed the walking parts. It enabled me to play one of my favorite people-watching games: What's Wrong With You.

It's a simple game, really. I just look at the various people around me, and quickly assess their most prominent flaw. The flaw-stream in my head went something like this:

Dumb... walks too slowly... geek... freakishly tall... internal voices too loud... whoa, nice boobs... weirdo... too critical of others... preaching about Jesus... too fit... first day out of bubble... oooh, nice boobs... too tan... smells like death... etc

It's pretty fun.

In other news, the Great Blog Swap will probaby occur tomorrow evening. Dolface has graciously offered to post here at I Am Prepared to Give Up at Any Time, attempting his best Mike blogpression. I will be doing the same at his blog.


Leesa said...

Too funny. I do the same thing. The airport is the best place for that!

Mike said...

The best games can be played most anywhere. And everyone wins, especially me.

tinyhands said...

I want to see how this mockery thing goes before I sign up. Don't you know I can dish it out but can't take it?

Mike said...

Tiny, frankly I wasn't aware you could even dish it out.