I might have just sharted

August 3, 2008 7:56 PM

True Story: I was at the bars one night when I kinda pooped my pants (just a little bit). I walked to the Taco Bell across the street and threw my underwear away in the bathroom than came back to the bars before anyone even knew I had left.

The best part was I ended up hooking up that night, she never even thought to ask why I wasn't wearing any underwear.

posted by BrnP84 (7 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite

I like the extra 15 seconds at the end, for us to contemplate your story.
And it's true, nobody does like a smelly guy.

Also, is "the bars" an Indiana expression, sort of like "going out?" Or does it actually mean that you were at several different bars? I only ask because you say it twice, and "than [sic] came back to the bars" implies that you were coming back to the same, single place and yet it's plural.
Just wonderin'.
posted by chococat at 8:07 PM on August 3, 2008

Yea it's kinda like "hey what are you up to tonight? Feel like goin to the bars?" It could just mean hanging out at one place or a few different places, in this case it was the same bar. It's kinda just the act of being out and drinking somewhere. Yea and the 15sec thing wasn't on purpose, that's just me sucking with Garageband.
posted by BrnP84 at 8:23 PM on August 3, 2008

"its probably you" - way to play it off legit!
posted by joeblough at 11:35 PM on August 3, 2008

Awww. I love the sentiment of "it's probably you." Nice way to turn the shame into blame.
posted by February28 at 6:46 AM on August 4, 2008

It's ironic 'cause usually sharts originate at Taco Bell, rather than go there for respite.
posted by loiseau at 5:26 AM on August 5, 2008

You had me at "shart."
posted by not_on_display at 7:10 PM on August 5, 2008 [2 favorites]

We've all been there, man, we've all been there.
posted by Astro Zombie at 8:38 AM on August 9, 2008

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