Tonight on B, B & Guns, Breda will be interviewing Ambulance Driver. It’s our first Blogger Spotlight, and we’re both very excited about it, so please tune in!
I will unfortunately not be participating in tonight’s show, because my voice has decided to take a half-assed vacation, and I can no more interview someone than I can run a mile. Which is to say that it’s not really gonna happen.
I’m very disappointed that I will not be able to participate, but I trust that it’s still going to be a great show, and I hope you will all tune in!
To distract you from that bad news, let me tell you a story.
Once upon a time, there was a woman who liked iced tea. In fact, she liked it so much that she usually had a glass near her, even while in bed.
One night, she left her glass next to her bed, as usual. The next morning, she was sick, so she stayed in bed until her husband came home for lunch.
He brought pizza, so of course she got up to have some. She asked her husband to please refill her tea glass, as well.
Some time later, after the husband had gone back to work, the woman decided to check her email while she was up and about; she continued sipping her tea while surfing on the intarwebs.
The last little bit of tea is not to be sipped, but to be chugged, so as to not be a disappointing little taste, but a refreshing ending to a great beverage.
As the woman glommed her tea, she noticed a bit of…texture. Since she makes her tea in an automatic pitcher, the first thought (that it was tea dregs) quickly fell away and made room for morbid curiosity. Her eyes crossed as she looked into the glass from which she was drinking, and saw the problem.
The texture that had entered her mouth? Spider legs.
The body of the drowned arachnid was at her lips, and she quickly pulled the glass away and peered in to see what in the hell had crawled into her glass.
Upon further examination, she found it to be a rather small Brown Recluse (warning: image of spider at link), evident by the “violin” that was still visible on the corpse.
She vomited freely for quite some time, and vowed to never again keep an open container of liquid next to her bed. EVER.