Posts Tagged ‘butt cheeks and sweat glands’

Stacey thanks the man that saved her from perpetual summer swamp ass

Monday, June 28th, 2010

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Growing up in Erie, I considered 60 degrees a hot day. In fact, if temps there reach above 53 you can count on everyone in the entire city busting out shorts and flip flops. As a young kid, I clearly remember one rare time when it was 101 degrees and I sincerely thought the whole town was going to be boiled alive. Maybe this was because my dad told me, “We’re all going to be boiled alive!!!” or maybe it was because Erie never really got that hot so I wasn’t used to temperatures so high. I guess what I’m trying to say is that I was raised as part-Eskimo and being in extreme heat really screws with my mind.

Add that to the fact that I am five months pregnant and, well, it’s just a recipe for being sweaty and miserable. And I’m not usually a sweater! Even with my last pregnancy, the heat bother me at all — and I was waaaay more pregnant in the summer since I was due in August rather than November. But this time around, I’ve actually been toying with the idea of writing a book called, They Never Tell You About the Swamp Ass: Secrets About Pregnancy You Should Know just because, well, who knew butt cheeks had so many sweat glands?

So that’s where Mr. Carrier comes into play. He invented AC back in the early 1900s and I praise his name. I love the fact that I have air conditioning to cool me off. I mean, I don’t really mind the heat if I’m submerged in water, but because let’s face it, I’m a human and not a submarine.

"What'chu talkin' 'bout, Willis?" Apparently, the joys of the first chiller.

"What'chu talkin' 'bout, Willis?" Apparently, the joys of the first chiller.