Monday, February 09, 2009

Important Work Memo

Note to self: The word "pooch" sounds an awful lot like the word "cootch" so you might want to think twice about yelling at the man at work who just asked you how your cootch is doing in case he really said pooch. I'm just sayin'

For the record, I did think twice and stopped short of describing my last visit to the gynecologist to some random dude. But, seriously, perhaps next time he could just say "dog"?


Dr Zibbs said...


Sam_I_am said...

Oh my gosh, that's funny :-)

me said...

Some words are just wrong. Like Fanny Pack. Fanny means something altogether different and rather rude back home in England. I used to work for Barnes & Noble and had to order fanny packs for the workers. I felt so dirty!

sj said...

moll- HAHAHAHA!!!

KAT, i'm just curious. do you often get people asking about your girly parts, and is it your habit to answer them?

Funny in my mind said...

I would have still acted offended, like, "hey I know my tummy is a little bloated but I wouldn't call it a pooch" at least he didn't ask about your cat!

SouthernBelle said...

Hahaha... I'm so sorry I missed this post!

In Australia we call erasers rubbers and use them not to erase things, but to rub them out.

Imagine my American boss's horror when I asked him for a rubber as I needed to rub something out!!! He got this odd look on his face until I translated into American!!!