Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Recent Development

I am clearly plagued by large butts with thongs. Why me?? I know I can't be the only one.

It's happened again. I'm finishing up my MBA in Management (I'll be done in just over a month--I'm extremely happy about that). In this program, we're in a group of five people for the entire two years. That's fine. I mean, it's a pain, but it's fine. Anyway, one of my group members has gained a bunch of weight. She's still really cute, but she's about 50 lbs heavier. I don't blame her, it sucks being in school full-time and working full-time. Especially when you're not a "traditional" student and don't have the energy to burn the candle at both ends.

So, back to my group member. We were doing a presentation. She bent over and there was her g-string. At least the other girl in our group saw it too. In her defense (the wearer of the slingshot), she was not wearing anything tight or even low-riding. She just bent over and there they were.

Later on, my other group member said, "Miss Keeks, did you see that travesty??" I said, "Oh yeah, and next time we have a meeting, I'm going to freak her out and tell her thongs cause bacterial infections!!" And we both laughed maniacally.

The following Saturday, we were together working on our... FINAL PROJECT!!!! (very exciting) I said, "Hey guys, I just read this study... blah blah blah thong...bacterial infections...unhealthy...Etc). She was pretty nonchalant. Later on I decided that I was going to check it out. Low and behold, thongs really do cause bacterial infections!

So, ladies and gentlemen, stop wearing thongs and g-strings. They're really not good for you. Even if you're nice and fresh and clean all day long, they still cause chaffing and damage to those sweet tender tissues. Stop wearing them. And they're gross.