My new job…

Okay, so this isn't REALLY going to be about my new job. I just figured it would good for me not to completely perv on this guy that just walked by. Wearing his pants like a poem.

Yeah, that's pretty much all I had to talk about: cute guy wearing jeans, walking past my desk.

::hangs head:: I AM a perv. He's probably 12, a coffee drinking 12!

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33 Responses to My new job…

  1. faerie~wings says:

    *sighs* Sometimes the boy is young, but the tush knows more than it's years belie… Not that I ever tush gaze. I'm more mature than that. *looks to see if anyone is buying this* Right? Right?

  2. sylph says:

    Wearing his pants like a poem.Nice. Really nice.

  3. lostdwarf says:

    Well, okay, I truthfully don't know for sure this guy is really young. It's just that I'm 30 and most people where I work are students.
    UNIVERSITY STUDENTS! I'm not THAT big a perv!
    But still. He could be 18, he could be over 30. It's just so hard to say.

  4. I wear my pants like a Spenserian sonnet, as I have trouble making my … [ahem]…"octave" agree with my closing sestet.
    I have absolutely no idea what any of that means, I just wanted to get a Pants Joke in there somwhere and use the words "Spenserian sonnet" while making vague references to my whatsit. In reality it is most assuredly not an octave.

  5. That should read "completely," obviously. Unless you want to pretend I was using the smug French variety, in which case I think you may have to drop the trailing "e," and there's probably some modifier that needs to go in there somewhere…ah hell, forget it, I don't even agree with Ms. Sears anymore, really.

  6. lostdwarf says:

    Well, OBVIOUSLY if hookers are giggling!

  7. STUPID HOOKERS! I HATE THEM SO MUCH!

  8. foxsydee says:

    I never knew you to be so…"poetic" ! 🙂 great line!
    And what is so wrong with appreciating the scenery??????? You act like you are the next Mrs. Robinson! Its not like you are prowling around, wearing tight leopard print and inviting him into the copy room to check your copy….
    Relax…..some things, like a great tush, are meant to be appreciated, like a work of art. Just as long, like in the art museum, there is no touching…or biting…

  9. sylph says:

    ah hell, forget it, I don't even agree with Ms. Sears anymore, really. I am wounded. But here is a haiku anyway.Replete with beautyThese pants of Nature's fortunecomplete my stanzaYeah, it makes no sense. I just wanted to play.

  10. lostdwarf says:

    Its not like you are prowling around, wearing tight leopard print and inviting him into the copy room to check your copy….
    Ummm, right. Why would I wear something like that?
    Maybe don't visit me at work.

  11. lostdwarf says:

    Emily, I LOVE it!

  12. ChickenGrrl says:

    Sigh. Where are all the man wearing poetry pants in my life?This has all made me laugh, and smile, then laugh again. Great line, Lostie, great haiku, Em, and hooker hatred made me laugh aloud, Monsieur Crinklebank. It reminded me of something someone said once, that's funny in or out of context: "Fake boobs ruin everything."And Lost, all I have to say to you is, "Coo-coo cachoo."

  13. lostdwarf says:

    Wait… I'm a walrus? Or he's a walrus?
    Fake boobs are funny.

  14. sylph says:

    Wait… I'm a walrus? Or he's a walrus? You young thing. I know she's not around at the moment, so I'll point out that she was referring to Mrs. Robinson.
    Koo-koo-ka-choo, Mrs. Robinson,
    Jesus loves you more than you will know.
    God bless you, please, Mrs. Robinson.
    Heaven holds a place for those who pray,
    Hey, hey, hey

  15. handtalker says:

    I wear my pants like a Spenserian sonnet, as I have trouble making my … [ahem]…"octave" agree with my closing sestet.
    I have absolutely no idea what any of that means, I just wanted to get a Pants Joke in there somwhere and use the words "Spenserian sonnet" while making vague references to my whatsit.
    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Love this!

    I also love "poetry pants".

  16. the poem thing is bliss, lostdwarf. Could you write like that before this guy went by? Or was he your muse?
    And all you commenters up there: You put icing on the cake, guys, delicious icing on a deelish cake!
    Re prev-ness? I don't think it's really pervy unless you drool on him or permit any part of your 30 year old self to caress him lasciviously. Uh. Bye.

  17. Kristine says:

    It has been a long day, so I have no witty response. In fact… it looks like the really good responses have all been taken 🙂

  18. lostdwarf says:

    Heh, oops! I thought it was "I am the walrus, coo coo kachoo!"

  19. sylph says:

    Well, and so it is. Perhaps a tad less relevant to the poem pants, though. 🙂

  20. lostdwarf says:

    Robbbie: I actually thought of the "bum as poetry" thing when I tried on these jeans at my favourite store. My butt looked so good, like something a sculpture would have dreamed up. Too bad the legs were so strange but I'm going to talk to a tailor, see if they can fix that for me.
    Emily: Perhaps you're right. Though it would have been funny if there was an obscure walrus fact that female walruses preferred the company of younger male walruses and spent much of their time watching them walk away.

  21. foxsydee says:

    To help out Dwarf, this is the best I could do – its in one and two parts…..couldn't find one video with clips from the movie along with the song……I am a bit surprised no one ever put one together!

  22. lostdwarf says:

    Now I wonder if they put that in so that the line will scan properly. They couldn't have just used words?

  23. ChickenGrrl says:

    Sigh. "Where are all the MAN"? What is WRONG with me? Clearly I'm not getting that proofreading job…I even misspelled "koo-koo ka-choo"! DAMN it!! ;-)(For the record, I was, indeed, referring to the Simon & Garfunkel song, not the Beatles one, though, as bizarre as this conversation has gotten, does it even really matter?)Tonight, I am surely going to have lovely dreams about the love lives of walruses.p.s. My mom could actually tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the "love" lives not of walruses, but of elephant seals: she is a wildlife docent at Point Reyes National Seashore (among the ten zillion other things she does, and knows everything about).

  24. ChickenGrrl says:

    p.s. "Poetry Pants" is totally my next band name!

  25. foxsydee says:

    Now I wonder if they put that in so that the line will scan properly. They couldn't have just used words?
    honey I have no clue what your comment meant? ( It may be that the blondeness is strong with me today….)

  26. foxsydee says:

    p.s. "Poetry Pants" is totally my next band name!
    haha! when I read that, I don't know why I just suddenly thought of Phoebe singing "smelly cat"…
    and yes, this convo has gotten a tad bizarre and random…..its exactly how I am feeling today. thanks, Dwarf, for the playground!

  27. MarsViolet says:

    Ah hahhahahha… Love this and everyone's comments!! "Pants like a Poem" – it starts here and spreads across the world like wildfire. Then, one day in the future you are watching TV and some character like Meredith on Grey's Anatomy looks at one of the Mc___whatevers and delivers the line — in one of those "thought bubble" scenes she does. ya never know, could happen…
    It's nice that your new job has a good atmosphere. 🙂 Whoooo !!!

  28. Emma says:

    I love 'Wearing his pants like a poem.' and 'Wait… I'm a walrus? Or he's a walrus?' just cracked me up. Oh, good stuff, Lostie.

  29. sylph says:

    Now that I'm thinking straight–sort of–I remember always thinking that Simon and Garfunkel's koo koo kachoo was actually a reference to the line in "I Am the Walrus," only about booze instead of acid or whatever.

  30. lostdwarf says:

    Your mom's wildlife docent? That's so awesome!

  31. lostdwarf says:

    Tee hee! I meant, instead of trying to find words that would equal 4 beats, they just used "coo coo cachoo"?

  32. lostdwarf says:

    If I see it on Grey's Anatomy, I'm SO phoning up Shonda Rhimes and asking for my money!

  33. lostdwarf says:

    Wait, that song is about drugs? ::shakes fist:: Damn you Beatles and your subversive rock music!
    Hey… where did this rocking chair and shawl come from? Oh well ::sits, starts rocking, reminiscing about the good old days::

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