Saturday, 3 April 2010
Something Beginning With 'J'.
It has been quite some time since I have been invited to a party. So it was very nice to receive an invitation to a birthday party. All I need to do is get into my 'Chevrolet' and drive for about three hours northward. Indeed, remembering the really important bit; to steer my car on the left side of the road.
It is going to be a themed event and I have been asked to dress in something beginning with 'J'.
So what could I possibly wear? Maybe I could go dressed like I am in the above photograph. Heck, that way, I could be doing a bit of a double 'J' theme. I think I look rather awesome as a 'jack' rabbit wearing a 'jacket'. Yes, it is a rabbit, so please don't go splitting 'hares' over it.
There are lots of options regarding the letter 'J'. I could be very cheap and go dressed as a 'jumper'. When I state, 'jumper', I mean as in a 'sweater' and not some guy who goes to the party and just jumps around all night. I might go as a 'jack'. Plenty of things start with 'jack'. Here are some examples. Jackdaw, jackal, jackboot, jackhammer, jackknife, Jack Frost, jack-o-lantern, jack-in-the-box. Or, maybe I could kinda' cheat and go as a jack-of-all-trades and end up looking like a jackass.
The above photograph is another possibility. One time I left the above item at home. Not a good idea to play goalie in an ice hockey game without wearing the above item. I played the best game of my life that night. Yep, I could go to the party as a 'jockstrap'.
So there are loads of things beginning with 'J'. I might go as a jam jar; a jester; or a grab a pen and paper and pretend I'm a journalist. I've even contemplated going as a 'Jack' Russell. Grab the nearest Jack Russell and slap it on top of my head. I'm only kidding 'Penny'. You can come back now.
So I think I've got a few ideas about what to wear at the 'J' themed party. There is an outside chance that I may go as a 'jacket' potato. That's right, if you are reading this from outside Britain; what you may know as a baked potato is called a jacket potato here. See, I'm ended this posting with some useless trivia. Then again, maybe I know 'jack' all.