Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Okay, I'm Done Now....

Dear God, please make it stop!!!



I'm not sure What Sudan did you piss you off so badly (I'm almost positive it was not me)....



But I think they got it now. Time to stop the rain.

I'm thinking they have also learned a valuable lesson about the importance of "drainage" too now.

However, it is now time to stop with the smoting. Apparently, my car creates a rather large wake as I drive through the streets and the 'Fugees seem to be getting a tad bit annoyed. Khartoum is apparently a "no-wake" zone.

There should have been a sign.

22 comments:

Comedy Goddess said...

Do you think it has anything to do with Ramadan?
You know, if I were God, I would be pissed off if I couldn't eat until after sundown.

Oh wait. It was supposed to be God who invented Ramadan, right? I'm a confused non-dogmatized religionist.

darsden said...

wow, it's still raining, dude I know how you feel so does Rudey! Where you been haven't seen you in blogland in a while? Internet troubles due to the rain..

uhmmmm er if you didnt' drive so fast you wouldn't make those hugh wakes missy slow it down... slow it down.. don't make me get my ticket book out!

darsden said...

I want to know also how they keep their whites looking so white with all that muddiness around?

loveandbooze said...

That's a lot of rain!!! I'm surprised people are still driving in it. I guess life can't just stop, can it.

rubbish said...

Can't you get yourself a goverment issue speed boat?

Elle said...

Holy crap, that's alot of water! I can't even imagine the mosquito problem that you guys are gonna have now!

Gaston Studio said...

Actually, maybe you should be praying to Allah. Just saying.

Pastor Sharon said...

Michel,
This is starting to look catastrophic. I am being serious today. Are you okay? Are the people there okay?

Amy said...

All that water is a little scary! What about infections and stuff with all that nasty water? Shouldn't you just be staying in. Maybe working from home? If they won't let you do that, I would be requesting a boat, and some extra immunizations.
Take care!!!

A Mom on Spin said...

But can you still take part in the Scavenger Hunt???

Hit 40 said...

Crazy!! Did the Mississippi overflow to Sudan?

This is gross...

but flooding is why I never want to be buried. Sooner or later it floods which pops up the caskets to float down the river. Just awful! I will never forgot the coffins floating down the Mississippi a few years ago. Or, in New Orleans with Katrina.

dizzblnd said...

That sucks you have to go through all that. Maybe it's a test. Who is supposed to be Noah in all of this? I know you have enough sand.. do you have enough wood and 2 of each species?


I keep forgetting to tell you... I like your new design

otin said...

You gathering up two of everything!? Take Darsden and Pastor Sharon with you!!!!! LOL!

Vodka Mom said...

Quick- is there a woman scorned nearby???

somewhere????

Beth said...

Does this mean you should starve yourself at lunch tomorrow? No food until the sun sets. Or when the rain stops.

Someone has to sacrifice.

Optimistic Pessimist said...

holy crap...how are your stray pet dogs doing with all this rain?

blognut said...

Michel! Send me a jug of that water. If the Nile water won't give me a good 12 pound gastric purge, I'm pretty sure that flood water will do it.

I think we've found the makings for the diet pill! Let's get to work. We'll dump out tiny little Tylenol capsules and fill them with flood water. Then we'll sell them as diet pills and we'll be rich beyond our wildest dreams!

Damn! I am a genius!!!

Jason, as himself said...

Drainage is a very, very good thing.

Amy said...

Blognut - Eeeewwww Gross!!!

Michel - if you can't eat until the sun goes down and it is raining. . . does that mean it is so overcast that you can't see the sun? Then would that mean you really CAN eat, since the sun would not be out? Makes sense to me! Go get your grub on girl!!!!

Heidi said...

We had way too much rain this summer here in Vermont too. Our road washed out a few times and of course I did what you're not supposed to do and drove over where I couldn't see the road. Well, I had to take a bratty kid home, I couldn't imagine him staying over any longer so I took a chance.
I hope it stops there soon.

Smart Mouth Broad said...

Did someone mention 40 days and 40 nights?

Midlife Jobhunter said...

Please forward the rain to Texas. My yard and throat are parched.