Lame

lame
adjective, lam⋅er, lam⋅est,
verb, lamed, lam⋅ing,
1. crippled or physically disabled, esp. in the foot or leg so as to limp or walk with difficulty.
2. impaired or disabled through defect or injury: a lame arm.
3. weak; inadequate; unsatisfactory; clumsy: a lame excuse.
4. Slang. out of touch with modern fads or trends; unsophisticated.
5. Bobby’s 21st birthday party

Out at 7:30pm, home by 10:00pm. Officially the lamest 21st birthday party ever. I have never seen anyone go from 20 to 87 years old.

You suck Bobby.

5 comments:

Conny said...

Aren't you 40? What the hell are you doing at a 21 year old's birthday party? Trying to live vicariously through someone half your age?

Doug said...

Listen here, old man Conny. Just because you gave up on life doesn't mean I have to.

When I go out with these kids, I usually take a needle and 18ft of rubber tubing. As they get drunk, I lightly stab them with the needle and absorb their young, virile juices.

What you don't realize is that I am actually 86 years old or a Young Dave Briley as they call me in some circles.

Conny said...

Wow, and here I thought you just got down on your knees to absorb their virile juices. Way to move up in the world!

Doug said...

My knees aren't what they used to be.

elZaphod said...

I could understand if you were 40 and the newly christened 21 year old was named "Bobbi".

I turned 21 on the side of the road pulled over for racing. Fortunately I was a passenger and got to just sit and bitch to the driver that he shouldn't have pulled over and ruined my birthday when his gift to me could have been a really cool high speed police chase.