Tuesday, December 28, 2010

A romantic night with no teenagers

In the land of Uncle Bubba and Aunt Crazy, this is how that romantic night with no teenagers goes down. Aunt Crazy is pissy cuz the kids are gone and Uncle Bubba won't come home from work. Aunt Crazy puts on her jammies and moves her car so that Uncle Bubba can get his bubba truck close enough to plug it in, and snuggles with her blanket and the remote. Of course, Uncle Bubba chooses that moment to call and say he's about to leave work. He asks me if I want to meet him at Jack in the Box for a romantic dinner. I tell him only if I can join him in my fleece jammies, no bra, and flip flops. He tells me he doesn't really give a shit, he just wants to eat cuz he's starving. So, we have our romantic dinner and then we go home where Aunt Crazy falls asleep watching Uncle Bubba play his new Wii.

This is how we roll y'all!

9 comments:

  1. LOL Sounds like one of our nights!

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  2. you are such a romantic. I'm confused about the plugging it in thing, though.

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  3. I mean the truck. That sounded dirty.

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  4. If the temp is below a certain degree, diesel trucks need to be plugged into to an extension cord so that the engine warmers can keep the engine warm. The truck has auto engine warmers, but when they stay on all night or all day, it takes some of the battery power away from the truck and it makes the lights dim, etc.

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  5. Thanks for stopping by my blog and following. I follow Candance and Leiah. I hadn't found you yet. This was well worth the trip. So did you really go to dinner in your jammies?

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  6. Oh, even I know that's a SGG fail!

    Which is why I love you :)

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  7. That's hot. It would only be made hotter by using the buy one get one free coupons Jack sent out a couple of weeks ago.

    Your saving grace right now is that on FB you mentioned you at least had your face on.

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  8. I think the two of you are crying out for a romantic comedy to be made of your lives.

    It would be beautiful!

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  9. LMAO at Michelle, and Aunt Crazy for actually explaining it. How I wish I didn't need a block heater in my car ... one day ....

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