September 17, 2006

I did not realize when I moved to Brooklyn that it is actually another dimension and that people who entered it are at risk of turning into aliens. Now, however, this fact has been made eminently clear to me.

I just went out into the back yard, and saw E.S. whitewashing the fence.

Obviously I have to move back to Manhattan as soon as possible.

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13 Responses to I did not realize when I moved to Brooklyn that it is actually

  1. John says:

    And the moral is: Brooklyn is Brooklyn, Manhattan is Manhattan and never the Twain shall meet.

  2. Sin says:

    How delightfully rustic. If he starts wearing overalls though, that may be a tipping point.

  3. Andy says:

    See, I thought Tom Sawyer was LOADS better than Huck Finn. Who’s with me?

  4. will says:

    I always wondered if Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn were doin’ it.

  5. Sparky says:

    Shouldn’t he be tricking the neighborhood kids into whitewashing it FOR him?

  6. matt says:

    How could you miss the erotic potential of this? You obviously haven’t been watching the right porno movies.

  7. Brian says:

    In this post-Trading Spaces era, I don’t believe we use the term “white washing” anymore.

    That was a faux finish.

  8. Chris says:

    i thought only religious types white washed fences.

  9. Jeffrey says:

    For some reason, I now have the theme to “Green Acres” running through my head.

  10. roy says:

    What’s a “fence”?

  11. David says:

    I’m sensing a motif forming here. Therapists from other planets and boyfriends becoming aliens. Can step-class body-snatchers be far behind?

  12. Lavi Soloway says:

    What is white washing and why was he doing it?

  13. Amber says:

    Oh my God! ‘Round here it’s weird if your fence ISN’T whitewashed. I live in hillbilly country!


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