Of Magazines And Mini Skirts

Why do hospitals always have really, really old magazines for people to read while they're waiting?? I was at the hospital this morning (I'm alright, everything's fine, thank the Force) and in the waiting room the first magazine I picked up was like 3 years old. The next one was 1 year old. It's very strange. Makes you wonder where they get their magazines from? Maybe people bring them and then forget to take them with them when they leave? Would a hospital subscribe to magazines? For some reason I don't think so. But I must say I was pleasantly surprised to see that there were new-ish (as in 'only a few weeks old') magazines in the examining room, where I also had to wait a bit to see the doctor.

After my visit to the hospital I walked down the high street and I saw a woman (I wont call her a lady!) wearing a pink mini-mini-mini skirt. Now, if it had been a proper sunny day it might have been ok. If she had had nice legs, or atleast tanned legs, it might have been ok. But neither were the case. So in stead of looking sexy (although, how many woman really look sexy, other than in a vulgar way, in a mini skirt, I don't know), she looked like a crack-whore. Which may account for her very, very pale legs, assuming that crack-whores don't see a lot of sunlight. But maybe I assume too much.

Monday, July 05, 2004 posted by Wardi @ 11:45 AM