Wednesday, January 13, 2010

The Great Books

Leroy may rub his neighbors the wrong way, but there's no denying the man is completely unpretentious. He's much happier watching the Jets on TV than attending the opera or reading classical literature. He has tried, inevitably in vain, such cultural pursuits over the years, but only to indulge Loretta and her ridiculous delusions of grandeur as she fancies herself a highbrow. She cannot resist ridiculing Leroy for his failure to match her enthusiasm in her exercises of sheer vanity.

3 comments:

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Wings said...

Leroy is eyeing the bookcase itself, I believe, wondering what will happen if it were to 'accidentally' topple over. Nothing Leroy. Nothing would happen, except you would need to fix it and then put all the books back. All while Loretta nagged you about it.

Mr. Beautiful said...

Wings: Couldn't blame him.