He was on the Holodeck playing “When Blacks Attack” w/Picard.
So Zak HATES the Charmin commercials. He thinks they’re disgusting. Which, in turn, makes me crack up. I think it’s hilarious how much he HATES the commercials. He’s repulsed by them. Here’s a text conversation from today..
Z: Just saw a Charmin ad with a bunch of undies in a washing machine: “this is one way to keep your underwear clean, this is another!” pan up to a pack of Charmin. barf.
R: HAHAHAHAHAHAHA I love how much you hate those commercials!
Z: They’re the worst! Implying that I can’t not get ski marks in my pants? Ugh.
R: HAHAHAHHAHAHA you are weird
Z: No, I’m not! Those commercials gross me out! Wipe properly, or buy Charmin because you’re an invalid!
Zak had a journal when he was about 12 and, as he said, ‘it was 90% Pokemon’. Like, ‘I really hope I get some more Pokemon cards for Christmas!’ I love imagining that so much.
While watching Freaks & Geeks, we started discussing folders and how it was a BIG deal to pick out your own…I mentioned something about Lisa Frank folders & Zak told us about him in 3rd grade. Apparently they had assigned folders and Zak got the Lisa Frank one with golden retriever puppies on it. And he HATED it. He tried to get a new one but the teacher was like, ‘Well that’s the folder your name tag is on.’ Like someone putting name tags on folders wouldn’t try to give someone named Zachary a non-girly folder?! We laughed so hard and he just kept saying over and over, ‘MAN I had forgotten about that!’
*update* could’ve been this one:
One night, Zak came home from work late and decided to microwave him some of the potato leek soup we had for dinner the night before. Two minutes later, he comes into the bedroom where I was reading, and says, ‘I just microwaved pineapple.’ I started cracking up because I couldn’t believe it, and when I asked HOW, he said, ‘I assumed all the containers around the soup would BE SOUP! So now I have warm pineapple.’
Mother was a stripper taking off all her clothes
Favorite parts of her body were her big & pinky toes
Zak’s cereal targeted towards ‘urban’ children