Clone Baby Clone
On her 1979 debut album "In the Heat of the Night," Pat Benatar had a track titled "My Clone Sleeps Alone." If only.
I have a sneaking suspicion that my clone is fooling around with my old lady. Mainly, it's been little things that have led me to believe that such a sordid affair is taking place; slips of the tongue -- that sort of thing. For example, the other day I told my old lady that I was thinking of buying a disco ball for our living room. Her response: "Whatever gets your Xerox off." As I mentioned in an earlier blog entry, what is a clone but a genetically-engineered Xerox of one's self? You can see why her comment set off alarm bells for me, no?
Check this out -- I'm going out of town this weekend, so I asked my old lady what she was going to do while I was gone. She said she'd prolly just hang out -- maybe go catch a movie. What movie, I asked? You know what she said? "Clone Baby Clone." I quickly asked her to repeat what she said, and this time she purred, "Gone Baby Gone." Bullsh1t!!!! I heard her right the first time!! Now, I'm thinking about canceling my trip.
I hate my clone's GUTS!!!