Great Shot, Kid ... That Was One In A Million  

Mccartney2003 38M
479 posts
6/22/2005 11:55 pm

Last Read:
3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Great Shot, Kid ... That Was One In A Million

Due to health reasons I've been advised by my doctor to maybe start a morning or late night jog. While the idea is wonderful I also live in the middle of nowhere dull of nature at it's best. While running today, a tiny bug flew directly into my eye. When I opened my mouth to curse, three or four more went straight down my throat.

I don't want to sound conspiratorial but the whole thing felt like a set-up, like a miniature Rebel Alliance staging a coordinated assault on the Death Star of my head.


psychobutterfly 37F
2 posts
6/23/2005 1:09 am

It sounds like you had quite an experiance but I have to say that I am glad that has never happened to me!


wyvernrose 38F
3895 posts
6/23/2005 2:48 am

awwwwwww poor Mc it will get better.....lol next time wear goggles and a mask don't forget the safety equipment!

WyvernRose


Random1962 55F

6/23/2005 12:21 pm

Be glad you were only jogging. When out riding your Harley (or whatever) learn NEVER to grin. Scraping bugs off your teeth is not fun. Ugg.


jimxxx1971 47M

6/24/2005 7:16 am

maybe you should seal up all the trapdoors in your death star? just a thought. the other day i was driving with my window down and my hand sticking out, feeling the breeze kind of doing that thing where you move your palm up and down messing with the wind resistance and shit.... and a bug goes WHAMMO right into my palm and then falls through the window and into my truck! WHAT IS IT WITH THESE FUCKING PSYCHOTIC BUGS!@# GAH!@# i was afraid it was a bee or something and kept nervously looking down between my seat and the door to see if he was moving or whatever!


Become a member to create a blog