She didn't get it. She didn't want it.  

rm_titsandtires 53M/43F
2973 posts
1/27/2006 6:33 pm

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She didn't get it. She didn't want it.

"She" is Ms. Thomas, and to tell you the truth, I have no idea who she is.

I recondition used vehicles for resale. Sometimes when people trade their car in, they leave all kinds of garbage behind. In fact, sometimes I think that they load it up to avoid a trip to the dump. Every once in a while, I find some pretty good stuff. Not very often, but once in a while.

On Tuesday, I found something that wasn't so much "good stuff" as it was "intriguing stuff". It was a small tin can, that appeared to be sealed. Wrapped in a Marbled green construction type paper with a small tag on it, like on a christmas present. It simply said:

To: Ms. Thomas
From: mathieu

I shook the can, and it sounded like it was full of about a half dozen rocks. So my first thought was, "What kind of person lets there children give there teacher a can of rocks for christmas?" Tits and I and one of her friends were talking last night, and somehow or another, the strange little green can came up in our conversation.

"What the hell is it?" they asked.

"How am I supposed to know?It doesn't look like the kid can even spell his own name, let alone pick out a decent christmas gift for his teacher. I'll bring it home tomorrow and we'll open it to find out what's in it."

So today, I brought the can home with me. When I got here, Tits just so happened to be on the phone with her friend that was here last night. So of course I had to open it before she got off the phone.

As I started to open it, I did notice that it had been opened with one of those can openers that splits the seam around the rim, so that you can put the end back on it, and it fits fairly snug. Well, apparently, this one had been opened, emptied of its contents, and filled with chocolates and candy for the childs teacher. The lid was then put hot glued back on, (very cleanly done, I might add) wrapped in green construction paper, and tagged for the childs teacher.

There's just one problem.

Whoever created this home-made present didn't clean out the can very well. Okay, maybe not at all. So as soon as I opened the can, the overwhelming smell of spinach or green beans or whatever the hell it was (I mean it smelled BAD!!) tackled my face, and sent me reeling in a twisted face 180 degree turn from the kitchen. After a few moments, I went back in the kitchen and grabbed one of the peices of candy from the counter-top. The smell had subsided most of the way, and I unwrapped one of my all time favorites. A peanut butter cup. I popped it in my mouth, only to discover that it had soaked up the stench from the can, and tasted like... the best description I can come up with is like chocolate syrup on brussel sprouts. Not very tasty.

So wherever you are Ms. Thomas, you're welcome. I hope the rest of your students like you.

SexyRycheBabe 46F
820 posts
1/27/2006 7:48 pm

That's a really funny story. Of course, some would you say you got what you deserved for snooping like that. But, at least now I know to avoid chocolate syrup and brussel sprouts.

slidein2meplz 63F
1994 posts
1/28/2006 1:11 am

HAHAHA... OMG Tires... I can't believe you actually attempted to eat a pc of candy from that can. That is so damn funny. I nearly gagged when I read that part of because I imagine the smell when you opened the can had to have been mighty rank. Your a brave one...that's for sure.

~~~ Just me, poppin to say HI! ~~

frbnkslady 49F
6183 posts
1/28/2006 12:45 pm

LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.. Don't you know better then to put things in your mouth that have a terrible stench???? LMAOOOOO T


docdirk 49M

1/28/2006 6:34 pm

I couldn't help but think about the wonderful stories you could create revolving around the mystery items from mystery people that you stumble across. The mind could certainly wander... to so many places!

Ah, Its you again, Your Angel Feathers and your Blood Stains...

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