Recently, I moved to a new place. The whole dumbtarded process had been the bane of my existence for nearly a month. Now that all is said and done, I'm significantly more at ease and such. Settled into a nice nook upon the water here in sunny Fort Laudedale, as depicted here: http://lobstermag.net/photos/newapt
Now, because of the kooky schedule I work, I'm off on Wednesdays. On Sunday's when I'm off and watching the game, the river (Middle River - lets out to the intracoastal) is a showcase of boats and boaters alike. This is not what you would think/hope. Not a single party boat full of topless models has drifted by in my two weeks here.
Today, the boat traffic, being Wednesday and all, is minimal. A barge with a crane went by, but other than that, not a lot. What has been going by, you might ask?? Coconuts! No fewer than forty to fifty coconuts have drifted out to sea on the tide.
Because all of the housework that needed to get done is done, and preparations for dinner are well under way, I find myself in the unenviable position of being bored. Again, because it's Wednesday, most of my friends are working. I could head up to my parents' for a visit, but... no.
My new plan is to begin harvesting these palm tree seeds from the biny.. brackish.. deep! What would/should I do with them after that? I have a few ideas. Those with MSPaint handy (read: everyone), feel free to share your own ideas.
Coconut armada. Rather than isolated, itinerant coconuts, floating down the way, I could gather a bunch, give them flags (to show that they represent the great nation of Lolstralia - president-for-life: me), and send them all, in unison, down the waterway. The sight of several dozen coconut battleships, possibly armed, should strike fear in the hearts of literally no one.
Coconut fort. As more and more people stray from the Pastafarian flock, adherents to the tenets of the Flying Spaghetti Monster, pirates, such as myself, find themselves dwindling in number, and dodging the ever-present threat of ninjas. These ninjas are little more than vagabonds who wish to steal our coins.
Also, no, I don't have any furniture.