Monday, June 13, 2005


So I was taking this survey yesterday and one of the questions they asked me was "Is toilet paper used in your household, or not?" Am I unaware of a group of adults in America that doesn't use toilet paper? Even with bidets (I've never used one, so I really have no clue what I'm talking about), it would seem there would be a need for drying.

Taking Lives = 5/10. I wanted to see this one because I like Angelina Jolie and I saw her at the premiere of this movie when Adam/Kavon went to LA in March 2004.

I was told by some old man that led praise & worpship at church yesterday that I had a "million-dollar smile." I have no idea what that is supposed to mean, but it did make me feel a little fuzzy inside. Fuzzy until I heard him tell someone else about 20 seconds later.

I had my first official lunch thing with D's family. Met his brother, brother's wife, and their three children. Who are just darn near the three cutest kids EVER. (They could never be as cute as Jenny and Andy, Becky/Madison and Macey, Kelly/and everyone else's kids I'm leaving out here) Until they cry or whine. Seeing them reaffirmed that I am SO not ready to have kids. The scary thing is that I can't really see myself having kids until I'm like 30-34ish, though. And then at that point there's that that whole "declining fertility" thing. Eh

I am nerdier than 38% of all people. Are you nerdier? Click here to find out!

Huh? I thought I was way nerdier than that! Then again, it does say "nerd wannabe." Maybe I just aspire to be a nerd, but can't get there.


LT said...

"Declining fertility at 30-34?" Thank God! Have you met G? I didn't know about the whole TP thing as well, unless they mean they use the countrified Sears/Roebuck catalog method instead of regular toilet paper.

Rachel said...

Yeah, apparently female fertility starts declining rapidly around age 30.

Amanda Z said...

Aaron's mom had to get a bidet installed after she had back surgery cuz she couldn't do the old "twist n' wipe". Of course, the rest of the family still uses paper, but I still suppose you could apply this circumstance to come up with some households that don't.

Rachel said...

OMG! I'm going to have to visit Aaron's mom, then. Using a bidet is one of those stupid things I want to do before I die. I thought I was going to have to go overseas or to some ranch. But if Glenpool is as far as I need to travel...

"Excuse me Ms. Scridgely, but can I use YOUR bathroom?"

Giselle said...

We had a bidet in our house in the Dominican Republic. You know, the house with the cistern. I think it's normal there to have bidets. I don't remember it much since I moved when I was 10, but I think I used it at some point. :D