>What would you do?

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>I have $1,000 to spend and am trying to figure out what to do with it. And no, I’m not going to invest it!

Here are a few ideas, none of which are practical:

  • Recliner
  • Coffee table
  • HD TV
  • Shoes, shoes and more shoes
  • Trip to Tahoe with family
  • Trip to Vegas with friends
  • Computer
  • Patio furniture

I’m leaning towards a trip. I really need to take a break from reality for a while.

5 thoughts on “>What would you do?

  1. SFChick74

    >Yeah, that sounds kind responsible. Of course doing business with a total stranger over the internet isn’t that responsible, I guess.


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>What would you do?

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>My sister’s friend, Ciara, was hosting a baby shower. For the centerpieces on the tables, Ciara had these cute fishbowls complete with rocks, plants and two fancy goldfish. Out of the 6 pairs of fish, one died. Ciara’s husband, who discovered the fish corpse, scooped it out of the bowl and dumped it down the garbage disposal.

Ciara and my sister were horrified by this form of burial. Personally, I didn’t really see anything wrong with it. It’s just a fish and it wasn’t technically someone’s pet yet. Plus, he ran the water so it wouldn’t smell after he had ground the carcass up. It’s not like he ground up a dead hamster.

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  1. indygirl

    >I’m with you. It’s not like it wasn’t already dead. Flushing it down the toliet would have been more honorable?

  2. SFChick74

    >I think it’s worse that the fish were used as decoration. Can you imagine someone putting a hamster as a centerpiece at a party? Complete with tubes and wheel?

  3. FreedomGirl

    I don’t recall inviting you to the wedding. But it was a Habitrail theme…besides, the hamsters looked great in those mini tuxedos.

  4. Notsocranky Yankee

    >I don’t think it was any big deal. I agree with Indygirl, the “accepted” form of disposal, flushing down the toilet, isn’t any better!

  5. SFChick74

    >I’m glad I’m not the only female who wasn’t appalled by the fish burial.

    Freedomgirl – The hamsters were adorable! My cousin’s, friend
    s, sister’s, boyfriend invited me to the wedding.


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