A few days ago, Bossy’s neighborhood lost power, which knocked-out both the electricity and Bossy’s Internet connection in one fell swoop, where one fell swoop equals Bossy couldn’t Google the meaning of one fell swoop because her Internet was down.
But Bossy was all, “That’s fine if I can’t Google stuff, I’ll use this time to get caught-up reading blogs!” And then Bossy tried to connect to the first blog and doh!
So then Bossy was all, “No problem. I have a Netflix movie,” and so Bossy went into the family room and tried to turn on her DVD player and doh!
Still Bossy forged ahead, “That’s OK, I’ll just watch TV instead.” Doh!
Next Bossy thought she could kill time by cleaning her first-floor bathroom. Bossy was all, “Hah, this doesn’t require Internet or DVD players! All I need to do is turn on this here bathroom switch and…” Doh!
Disgusted, Bossy carried her vacuum from the basement so she could vacuum her well-lit living room where she doesn’t need to turn on any fooking light switch, and she leaned over to plug in her vacuum and anyone? Anyone? Doh!
Seeing the comedy of her own errors, Bossy decided to walk to her computer and update Twitter so everyone could laugh
with her at her and she lingered over her computer keyboard and doh!
Enough was enough, Bossy decided to put herself to bed with a book. But first she noticed her Great Dane cowering near her chair. “Eeeep eeep eeep,” went the basement sump-pump, which sounds an alarm when there is no electrical connection so you remember to turn on the back-up battery sump pump you don’t own, and the eeep eeep is quite possibly in a register interpreted by dogs to mean, You are about to die.
So before retiring to her bed, Bossy decided to turn on the radio for Stella, so it could mask the sound of the sump pump warning, and as Bossy leaned in to push the power button on her living room sound system, the world was all, “Doh!”