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Saint Vitus is the patron saint of actors, comedians, dancers, and of entertainers in general.
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When I was 11 I was on vacation with my parents,aunt and cousin.We were staying at a cabin in New Haphsire,A few cabins down there was a wooden bulhead I thought Id slide on.Halfway down my shorts slipped.OUCH Splinters.
My dad held my arms,my cousin held my feet,and my mom and aunt did the picking and spanking and all I could do was scream I learned when your bare bottom is at someones mercy you do what your told.The picking and spanking were not bad enough The iodine being put on was even worse. My cousin tickled my bare feet from time to time and everytime Id move SMACK That was the most embarassing day of my life.
When i was 11 I tool a summer ride
Down a wooden bulkhead,a dreadful slide
Halfway down my shorts did slip
I got so many slivers I bit my lip
How do you explain such an awful fate?
I thought it best to tell before it was too late
My dad held my arms,my cousin my feet
My mom and aunt did the picking,for me it was no treat
Those splinters took a long time to get out
I helpless lied with nothing to do but shout
Oh,how I wanted to escape to another place
The splinters and iodine was quite a disgrace
After it was over I slept on my side
thats the price I paid for my bulkhead ride.
We were new in the US. In our country we hand-wash our cars, so we never had experienced how a mechanized car wash works. On our way home we decided to get some gas. We were told by the cashier that we can get a free car wash if we fill-up, so we did. After the pump, we drove to the car wash station. There was a car inside the station so we waited. When the car left we drove in and stopped in the middle. No water came down, I told my ex to move back a little bit, maybe he was too forward; he did. No water came down. He drove forward, still the same. We moved back and forth, maybe five times, and no water came down. I looked at the back and there were two cars waiting. We exited "unwashed". When I told my sisters and parents about this, they were all laughing. We were told that in the receipt that we got was the code numbers we need to punch in that little square box on the driver side before the building. We did not know that... Anyway, the waiting cars behind us did not know us too.