Have you ever texted someone while taking a crap? Use this if you want to go all TMI (too much information) on the person you’re texting.
Okay, so that acronym actually is made up. I couldn’t believe it, either — no one has claimed Really Smelly Turd on Urban Dictionary yet, so I’ll add going over there to make a submission to the top of my priority list after I finish with this post.
So, why is RST for Really Smelly Turd? Because this post is an RST. More specifically, I’m three days behind in blogging/the A to Z Challenge, and I have no intentions of catching up on three different textspeak posts for reasons. Since I’m kinda cheating and making up acronyms for the sake of cheating, this post is especially a RST. Or something like that.
Speaking of turds, here’s one you can use when texting about your RSTs:
Did anyone else think this was chocolate soft serve ice cream at first? My dad still doesn’t know this is supposed to be poop and puts it at the end of half of the texts he sends, which makes me giggle because I’m mature and shit. My husband thought it was Mr. Hankey. (Fun fact: in 9th grade, I had a t-shirt that had Mr. Hankey on it that said “Hidey-Ho!”…I have a picture of me all cool as hell with it tucked in while wearing a belt. Sigh.)
The reason I’m taking the lazy way out is because the past few days have been difficult, tiresome, and any other adjective that works for complaining.
Guess who’s home a stomach bug decided to show up in again? Yep, Baby Girl and I were both victim to more shit Little Man has brought home. This time around, Sam was spared at least. Little Man still hasn’t gotten sick from the bugs he’s brought in. I hope he doesn’t, of course, but I may have to start hosing him down with bleach before he comes in the house. I won’t go into all the details, but RST definitely applies to the bug, as does RSV (not the vaccine). There has been some other not-so-fun health stuff that has also factored into (all the complain words) of the last few days, but it will take more words than “stomach bug,” so I’ll write about that later.
On the bright side, I did get to binge watch The People vs. OJ Simpson online. I remember watching the verdict in class when I was in sixth grade. Why the teacher thought a bunch of 11 and 12 year olds needed to see this, I don’t know, but we did. I never paid much attention to the OJ stuff beyond knowing what the verdict was, but I thought the mini-series was really interesting. If you’ve got 10 hours to spare, it’s not a bad way to spend it. If you don’t have 10 hours to spare and still want to watch it, visit with LM for a few minutes and then you’ll have 10+ hours to spend binge watching whatever you want.
Also on the bright side, Baby Girl required to be held most of the day yesterday. She and I slept a lot and I got tons of snuggles that I don’t get while she’s being her typical wild-as-fuck self.
Alternative meaning: resolved sexual tension.
Textspeak I passed up: RUSRS (are you serious), STFU (shut the fuck up), SFB (shit for brains), TTYL (talk to you later), and TBH (to be honesty).