For the first time in eons, Mr. Brutalism and I had a night to ourselves thanks to a sleepover for our kid.
And I'm not embarrassed to admit that the headiness of complete freedom actually made us act a little crazy. If you define crazy as going shopping at Nordstrom Rack then watching a Netflix documentary while enjoying some sparkling water. (I promise we're not as boring as we sound -- the sparkling water was grapefruit flavored...)
Although, to his credit, Mr. Brutalism did try to spice things up while we were shopping. We were browsing in different sections of the store when he had the adorable idea to sneak up and bump into me from behind after texting "bend over, I'll drive" to my phone.
I feel this may require some context.
Those are the lyrics from a Cramps song, it always makes us laugh, it means exactly what you think and it is completely filthy.
(...did I mention it was sparkling water enemas?)
Mr. Funny Pants's prank didn't work as well as he expected, however, because as soon as he pressed "send," on his message, he realized that he sent it to his brother by mistake. So instead of finding him sneaking up behind me, I found him doubled over with laughter and unable to breathe.
As he was explaining this to me, he felt he should probably also explain it to his brother, so he sent a follow up text stating simply, "sorry...wrong person."
His brother replied with a terse, "thought so."
And that was it.
Please, let's take a moment to review:
1- my husband felt no need to elaborate upon who he was texting this sweet nothing to
2- his brother felt no need to probe further and ask for whom this poetry was intended
3- his brother also felt no need to ask what this possibly meant
Which is kind of reassuring, actually. In case we ever mistakenly text him about the enemas...