My husband tHe O.G. recently bought a new computer. When I say "bought" a "computer" I mean he went online and spent $1300 and then over the course of a week a parade of UPS boxes arrived on our doorstep containing mysterious, futuristic objects with names like motherboard and power supply and flux capacitor.
This is how my husband buys computers.
I'm assuming the enormous, noisy machine now on his desk is somehow capable of intergalactic travel or something equally impressive.
So. Since he got to have all this computery fun, after we pay off some debts, the balance of the tax refund is mine. All mine.
tHe O.G.: "Since I bought my computer and you gave me very little hassle, I'm not going to give you any grief about what you buy. It's your money."
me: "Thank you."
him: "Unless you buy shoes.""
me: "Oh. I'm buying shoes."
him: "What?! You don't need more shoes!"
me: "I need shoes."
him: "I think you should look at the shoes you have first..."
me: "I'm fully aware of what shoes I have."
him: "I don't think you are."
You guys? I so am.
I can't wait to buy some shoes.
|Toms ballet flats.|
computer images sources: This. Not this.