Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Not so evil




I met my friend Crys for coffee and conversation last night. I told her about the possibility of someone, somewhere, doing something that might be sorta a little tiny bit evil.

She seemed to think that it might be me, for some reason, but of course, that might not be the case. Might not be me at all. Could be someone else. Someone else in a different state for gosh sakes. Anyways.

She asked what the transgression might be, and I told her. She said that it wasn't evil at all. Not even the tiniest bit twisted. She said if I, or whoever this could possibly be, told this thing, that folks would just plain laugh. They would think, boy, is that the best you can do? I, or whoever this person is, would be a laughing stock for even thinking that I, or whoever this person is, had done something bad.

Whoa. That's a relief. I mean, whoever this person is, she sure is relieved.

My friend Crys was raised a good Catholic, went to Catholic schools and everything. So she should know about evil, and guilt, and confession and stuff. Right? Being excommunicated doesn't mean anything does it? I mean, she still knows the shit about confession and what's evil and all. So apparently, I'm good to go. I mean whoever it is that might have done some tiny little thing, it wasn't nothin' apparently. And I know that this not-evil person does not want to be laughed at or something like that. So that's it then.

Everything is good. If I had more time and space I'd tell you guys about Owen's arrival. But my blogs get just too long. Don'tchathink?

21 comments:

Doug said...

I have this friend, no-one you know, but he (if it's a male) kind of gets tickled reading about nice people doing things they think are evil. Just sayin' I mean, he's just sayin' (if he's a he.)

dddragon said...

{{{ ... dddragon is just giggling away ... }}}

AP3 said...

You MUST tell us what evil you've done, no matter how lame and amateurish!

Tom & Icy said...

You are evilly delightful!

mireille said...

what a great setup. your pacing is enviable. (but now tell us what you did!) xoxo

BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

You are delightful, tan lucy, and a breath of fresh air in a world often filled with bitterness.

Keep on truckin...

OldHorsetailSnake said...

You sicced Owen on Crys? And you think that's a small thing?
Why, that's treachery.

Minka said...

TLP, doing evil things right after you went to church. Now say a couple of prayers and donate an appropriate amount and things will be alright and forgiven...I will pray for you tonight and will you tell us already!!! Admitting to have comitted an evil act is the first step.

Fred said...

Dang! I checked in to read all about the dirty deed. Dang!

still life said...

What is this? A cliffhanger in a blog? All right, fine, I'll be back tomorrow and there better be some food poisoning, neck ringing, lock changing, something.

AP3 said...

You really are diabolical, you know.

Bela said...

I'm not the most patient person you've ever met...

kenju said...

I thought you might tell us why Crys was excommunicated - but the link wan't active. Now that's a shame, Tan Lucy, because Inquiring Minds want to know.

Doug said...

Good point ap3. Whatever evil was done to Owen pales next to the crime committed against us.

Jamie Dawn said...

Enough of this suspense!
Spill it, TLP!

Savtadotty said...

Evil Shmeevil, as long as you're healthy. (You know I'm Jewish, so I don't know anything about evil, only guilt and food.)

Doug The Una said...

It's tomorrow. My post is up.

GodlessMom said...

Oh, I'm a big fan of evil. It is usually so much more fun that being good all the time! I wanna know!!

Doug The Una said...

Tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap

AP3 said...

Your readers are growing restless... you'd better get back here and SPILL it!

Doug said...

Tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap, tap