Richard and Poon Review Skittles and an Old Wedding Photo

RICHARD

Hey There Hi There Ho There Webnet Folks,

This, week, I’m combining my review with a confession. When you’re a member of as many support groups as I am, you get used to revealing your problems to small groups, but never an audience as large as the hundreds of people who use the Internet every day. So here goes: I am addicted to Skittles! Taste the rainbow indeed! I know it goes without saying that I’ll be reviewing the greatest candy ever invented. What’s great about Skittles is how they’re perfect for every occasion; enjoying a movie at home? Skittles! Need a little pick-me-up mid afternoon? Skittles! Been crying so hard about your childhood that you’ve given yourself a crippling migraine headache and somehow managed to lose feeling on the entire right side of your body, which is NOT PSYCHSOMATIC, DR. FRYER, it’s totally real, and you SHOULD call 911? Skittles! Get some now!

Richard

POON

Hello Webnet. Poon here. The saying “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words” sometimes haunts me.

A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words.

Richard, my husband, found a picture of me crouched down, hidden in a corner taken 10 minutes before I was supposed to walk down the isle to marry him. I remember that moment clearly, I had looked out to see who had come and there were so many people I freaked out. I ran back to my dressing room, tripped on my make up case, fell into my open blush container and managed to get a big splotch of pinky-orange colored blush on the front of my gown. I don’t know why Richard insists on showing me this picture on the 1st of every month. I can only think of 5 words that picture is worth.

Horror. Anger. Fear. Insecure. Disaster.

New Phrase: A Picture is Worth Five Words.

Do you have pictures?

TTFN,

Poon

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