Watching Seinfeld. Jerry and Kramer trade apartments and Jerry starts affecting Kramer’s quirks – and it is so well done that you know what is going on without having to be obviously handed the idea. And that the characters are so defined that when one of them acts like the other you can tell what’s going on. And I noticed this is the second episode this week that they’ve aped Apocalypse Now.
Went to the doctor today. I can’t get the tonsillectomy scheduled until I go to my otolaryngologist. So that means it will be after my shows open in March. >sigh< My doctor told me I was the easy patient today. So I told him I've been sleeping a lot and I was worried I might have mono (again). So he ordered a glandular fever test that I'll know more about on Friday. That still didn't phase him. I should've made something exciting up. Like hallucinating or I'm a compulsive masturbator. I dunno.
I find myself very impatient with people that don’t go anywhere. I hear from them everyday and I just want to ask: ‘WHAT DID YOU DO?’ As in: what did you do today? What are you doing? Where are you going? Idle people really make me angry. Especially when they have idle time on their hands and don’t seem to mind it. Maybe it is part of my mania to be busy at all times.
Should I do laundry tonight or just put it off another day?
I think I’ll put it off another day.
I just annihilated a box of Pepperidge Farm Soft-Baked Sausalito Cookies (chocolate chip and macadamia nut): 1040 calories and 56 grams of fat. Oh yeah. Feel the burn, y’all.
I’m tired of Sean Connery. Whenever I think I might have a lisp I just listen to his nightmare hissing.