i just bought some no-wedgie underwear.
it's not like i have a problem with wedgies.
i just like to be prepared.
it's always hard to make a choice like that.
there are regular and no-wedgie.
does that mean the regular pairs are going to give me wedgies?
they never gave me wedgies before.
by not buying the no-wedgie pair am i setting myself up for a wedgie problem later in life?
shouldn't at this point all your underwear just become no-wedgie underwear?
what is that saying about you?
the same is true with anti-blister socks.
even if you don't get blisters, the product now forces you to make a choice.
and what choice will you make with condoms?
there are so many condom choices.
but what amazes me is that there are so-called pleasure condoms.
(i saw a commercial)
who out there wants a painful condom?
i could have a comfortable sex experience? no thanks, i'll take the really irritating condom.
and if you’re a dude who doesn’t buy a her-pleasure condom, well, you might as well pack that shit away, cuz you are an ass.
you can’t show up with a his-pleasure condom.
i wonder about marketing choices.
and the people who buy these things.
to think i got there from underwear.
flawed logic gives me a tick.
This week in jenna theatre, jenna is riding the bus and a tourist sits down next to her with a map.
woman – is this the red line? the el?
jenna – no this is a bus…
woman – really? I thought there was only the el trains in chicago.
jenna – no, there are buses…like this one.
woman – so weird.
jenna – yea.
woman – (after studying the map) no, look this is the red line…
jenna – no, it’s not a train. it’s a bus.
woman – these things are so confusing.
jenna – you should try nyc’s subway. those are confusing.
woman – so you’re not even from here?
jenna – well, i’ve been living here for….
(woman turns to the man across the aisle)
woman – is this the red line?
man – no…it’s the bus.
(woman looks at jenna. jenna looks at woman.)
i need to start carrying a video camera with me.