Somethings in life take a lifetime to get over

Even now, after having some time to digest the news, I just cannot understand why she had a smile on her face. When a surgeon breaks bad news to a family, the last thing on their face is a vibrant smile. If the eyes are a window to the soul, she is one cruel, soulless son of a sow. When she broke the news, a part of me cried and her massive good looks and spiteful personality only made things worse. I don’t know where I was when I heard the news but I’ll never forget where I wasn’t:

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6 thoughts on “Somethings in life take a lifetime to get over”

    1. Yeah, you’re probably right. I reckon she’s malicious, vegan-loving ex-farmer whose family are a family of farmers who are only too happy that bacon prices have increased! It’s just not right at all, at all. I’m off to get a bacon sandwich!

  1. Look at it this way. Without all that cholesterol you’ll probably live longer (unless you get hit with a load of falling bananas or an asteroid destroys the earth or something like that). Of course, life without bacon might not be worth living for some people. Either way, you’re screwed, right?

  2. I never will mess with the bond that is between a man and his bacon. Don’t get it, but I won’t mess with it. Keep calm. You can always get a second job to feed your habit.

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