I hope you remember me. I don’t know how you could forget. We shared a moment when you asked me who did my hair (you particularly enjoyed the shade of turquoise I’m sporting this week). I laughed and told you I did it myself. You seemed impressed. I took this as an opportunity to compliment your mustache. It was a very well-manicured handlebar that reminded me of Wilford Brimley minus the diabeetus. I wasn’t sure if you were serious when you asked me to marry you, but I’ve been shopping for the perfect wedding dress since you left. I think I found one in the perfect shade of red to match the Budweiser cans that we will use as vases for the reception. (And don’t worry, I will buy you a few six packs, just like you asked).
I know I told you I was looking for a sugar daddy and you said you were looking for a young girl who could hold down a job and take care of you, which seemed like it wouldn’t work, but I’ve changed my mind. As long as you keep that mustache, I’m yours! If you cook and do laundry, I will take care of you.
I wish I had caught your name while we were discussing how pretty our babies would be…and again when you left and told me about the peanut butter in a horse’s mouth (you said it makes it look like they can talk – that’s how they made Mr. Ed).
So, if you read this, call me and tell me what color shirt I’m wearing to prove it’s you!
Your blue haired, brown eyed girl
I know this probably sounds a little weird to the outside eye. While I could post this on Craigslist under the missed connections section, I feel as though I should post this here first. Hopefully this guy calls me soon. I could use a night out on the town (wink, wink, hint, hint).
Really though, this is a true story. It is based on real events.
As I am at the front of the office today greeting you marvelous people, I had the best interaction with a client that I’ve had since I asked those guys if they washed their hands after coming out of the bathroom. You know who you are.
Honestly, this is the kind of stuff that makes this frog excited to come to work. I love when clients come in and we laugh. I love having stories to tell my coworkers and family.
So keep ‘em coming! Because we love you here at One Fat Frog!
2416 Sand lake Rd, Orlando, FL 32809
(407) 480 – 3409