While Watching “The X Factor” : Self Feels Like Becoming a Woman Who Runs With Scissors

Self has come to a new appreciation of Simon!

The 55-year-old woman looked so great in her short black slinky dress, but the minute she opened her mouth — GADZOOKS!  The other judges looked non-plused, but the most real response was Simon’s: He started to laugh! Which was exactly what self felt like doing!  Though she would be too polite to do it in public!  And then he said, and then he said (Simon, you are such a card!):  “S___, 80 dogs are now trying to get into the theater.”

How fab! His insults are the only true thing about “The X Factor”!

In closing, self saw this sign in Dona’s Hallmark in downtown San Carlos today:


And it is a good thing.  To.  Feel.  Dangerous.


Stay tuned.

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