I hate cityville

August 24, 2007 at 15:13 1 comment

well, that’s not entirely true.
i hate cityville the same way everyone else in cityville hates it, in that i hate it but am always oddly relieved to be back when I’ve been away.

tonight though the hatred is more that it’s usual minor annoyance.

tonight it quite literally stinks.

don’t get me wrong, the usual odour of this place is not all that pleasant, but i am used to it, and get a kick out of out of town visitors scrunching their noses and breathing through their mouths when they tell you it’s a beautiful city.

every so often though, when the wind is coming from such and such a direction at certain times of year the smell factor goes from an unpleasant 5 to an unbearable 10. tonight is one of those nights, and because i am quite sure that some Deity somewhere is laughing at me from high atop the whatever. these nights always coincide with the days I’ve left my windows wide open.

so now my apartment smells funny, and no amount of incense or candles seam to be helping.

so now i can’t sleep.

at least narcoleptic puppy doesn’t have the same problem.


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shout out to nannies! family

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. dk  |  August 25, 2007 at 02:32

    rain scented febreeze :)


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