Friday, December 22, 2006

Miss Information is super freaky

What Miss Information loves most about the holiday season is the surprises. Like this year the evil children got together and had their annual Christmas gang fight one day early. Oh, kids, you shouldn’t have, really…

It did make today pretty quiet though. When Miss Information arrived for the late shift, several of the evil children were already surgically attached to their computers. Isn’t early dismissal a wonderful thing?

As she passed two of the charming, tow-headed psychopaths, one of them looked at her. “Rick James,” he said.

His friend turned to him in horror. “Dude,” he said, clearly stunned. “She knows who Rick James is.”

Miss Information confirmed that she does indeed know who Rick James is—having paid attention to things in the world for the past couple of decades. Not only that but she’s also pretty sure it was their not-so-secret-code way of calling her a bitch—which she sort of takes exception to, because she hadn’t started work at that point and wasn’t in full raging bitch mode until later.

It was such a touching Christmas moment.

5 Comments:

At 7:57 PM, Blogger Orange Blossom Goddess (aka Heather) said...

ugh! Happy Christmas anyway!

Heather
www.thelibraryladder.blogspot.com

 
At 9:53 PM, Anonymous Miss Print said...

Perhaps Miss Information could start a game of "the patron 'also known as'" based on this little incident; all staff could participate and have great fun. Just imagine the conversations at break time:

"Anything interesting happen this morning?"

"Well, we had to have the security guard escort Michael Jackson from the children's section again today."

"No kidding? Yesterday Hunter S. Thompson got busted in the parking lot, and we found Courtney Love passed out in the washroom."

Merry Christmas Miss Information!

 
At 3:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Reader assumes Miss Information survived Christmas and is now making her New Year's Resolutions.

The Reader makes lists of resolutions every year. Oh, not for himself, of course, but for other people. Hard as it is to believe, some people don't appreciate it. After The Reader painstakingly enumerates the faults and personality flaws of his associates, you’d think they’d at least say, `Thank you.’ Well, they do say half of that. They say, `You,’ but the first word is something different.

 
At 1:36 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only does Miss Information rock, Miss Print rocks, too!

Happy Christmas And Merry New Year,

Shar
:-)

 
At 11:59 AM, Anonymous Miss Print said...

Miss Print blushes at the thought that someone thinks she "rocks," as does Miss Information.

Happy Christmas and Merry New Year to you Shar!

 

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