Tuesday, February 17, 2009

One day it'll take and they'll start to make shirts that fit right

Tortellini: Thanks for the shirt, Dad.

Me: You're welcome. I shouldn't have spent so much, but I like to spend money when I'm depressed. So basically, you're the beneficiary of my depression.

Tortellini: Yay!

10 comments:

Amber said...

me too - there's nothing like shopping and eating to soothe depression!

silentkid said...

Let's see. Over the past few months I've upgraded my car's audio system and have completely redone my home theatre set-up. I'm suicidal.

repliderium.com said...

That's what kids are for- soaking up the parents neurosis. It's their job. (oh, and to look after us when we're old and drooling.)

Bill From Gainesville said...

sometimes I am fine, and then I waste some money on some stupid shit / and because I spent the money I get depressed ....its a damn double edged sword is what it is.

Boxer said...

Welcome to the World of Retail Therapy.

steph said...

nothing feels quite so fabulous as retail therapy....teaching tortellini early on!

Manuel said...

of course now he will try and depress you.....which is something to look forward to.....

CHEF TROLL said...

Shopping is ghey. Speaking of ghey, the titling posts with obscure (and ill-fitting) song lyrics from ghey musicians is kind of ghey too. Time for a change, I think.

Romany Angel said...

It's nice that your depression is making your daughter happy. I like that in a father.

BSH ADMIN said...

So, basically you're Mickey Rourke, and your daughter is Evan Rachel Wood? Tell her I'm glad she broke up with Marilyn Manson.