posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 04:44 AM
Ok, so I lied about being positive.
My problem is, I think my mirror is seeing somebody else. I first discovered this when I realized how many close shaves I've had in my lifetime, no
reflection on anyone here.
Then as I thought upon this, I began to unconsciously mix a clock and a mirror together in a large bowl...I knew it was time to reflect.
Gathering together what little courage I had left, I started down the stairs to the living room where I was immediately floored by what I saw.
There, staring right at me from the cold steel glow of the TV screen was a visage of such ghastly form that I raced back upstairs to the bathroom
where, there once again I was confronted by my unfaithful mirror.
Not to be outsleuthed by this mystery, I consulted with my toilet which I often do when I need to put a lid on than sinking feeling I often get in the
washtub of despair.
Now I have a long list of credits to my name, including a BLT, but even I with all of my learning and with every fixture eyed on me could never have
anticipated the toilet would be behind me now!
Have mirrors no shame? Do they not see the damage they can do, as when my superstitious brother, a stand up comedian, broke a mirror and had seven
years of bad cracks after that?
Oh the wretched irony on wash day!
I think I will write a book about it!