...I do that. 'Bout nothin' special. Just stuff. Like, is it donuts? Or doughnuts? And why is it what it is? Why is English so confusing? Why can't I remember the rule for accents? Why does Spanish have accents? Did the Arabs do that to us too, after the pricks invented algebra? Occasionally I ponder the imponderable like, why are there Republicans? But that gives me a brain freeze worse than a cheap slushy.
I'm at the house where I used to live, waiting for my son, when my wife comes in asking what I'm doin'. She's working' on a divorce, I don't know how close she is but it's comin'. So I really don't know how to refer to her other than my wife. I don't like that "soon to be ex-wife" crap. Anyway, I answer, thinking'. She glares, turns to leave and on her way out says, "shit." And it got me thinking".
Why is it improper to say "shit" in English in, so called, polite society? But It's okay to say "feces" which is "shit" in Latin. And it's way cool to use the French "merdi." ¡SHIT!