The other night Bossy was in a bar, which should surprise her council not at all, except to say she missed Barack O’Boyfriend’s first State of the Union address.
Lucky for Bossy her cable service provider invented a little thing called DVR, and here’s how it works: there’s this button and, yeah.
So Bossy was able to watch the State of the Union one day after it aired, and Bossy offers this delayed review: Barack O’Boyfriend you have reinvigorated Bossy’s interest in politics through your calm bipartisan argument and compassionate eloquence and refined stature.
It also doesn’t hurt that you always look as though you just finished eating a grape popsicle.
Bossy could go on about Barack O’Boyfriend’s smartness, and how you could hear a pin drop for the last five minutes of his address, and how the citizenry owes it to the future of this county to recommit to involvement on a local and international level, but instead Bossy wants to talk about this:
When Bossy was a toddler she had a 40-year-old boyfriend who taught her the art of exaggeration when blogging. And when this 30-year-old boyfriend was done with that task, he taught young Bossy that one must always train their eye on Larry when watching The Three Stooges. This
29-year-old boyfriend pointed out that although the other two Stooges were often given more to do in a scene, it was Larry who was worth watching because he was completely out of his mind.
In keeping with this theory, Bossy gives you her:
She’s Nancy Pelosi, and she’s Speaker of the House of Representatives. She has the distinction of being the first woman to serve as Speaker of the House. She is also the first Italian-American to serve as Speaker, and the first Californian — and by coincidence the first crazy Italian-American California woman.