Yes! Sir. #soCs

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “yes” Use it as a word, use it in a word, extra points if you start and finish your post with it. Enjoy!

Yes! This is what climbed down in front of my face. I was In the supermarket gathering items, reading label’s, trying to compute calories, sugar and fat. Really not taking much else on board when this happened. On yesterdays trip it was eyes peeled, trolley nicely filling up when . YES! A flipping “S” word, him up thereπŸ‘†dropped like James bond absailing into th O2. Hairy legs wriggling from a sign, you know the ones (TEA and sanitary protection isle 4).

My arms froze in crucifixion position my eyes crossed, I leapt back and the Agave nectar spun out of my hand and slapped hard into the direction of a passer by. At that precise moment I was doing an impression of a first nation Indian warrior dancing on hot coals … voice and all. Meanwhile the recipient or victim, (of the Agave) had turned to face me, as it’s thin plastic container slapped his forehead, split and sent rivulets (all in slow motion) down his face and suede jacket. ‘Humpf, who wears suede to do the shopping anyway?’

I remember hearing a frantic tannoy announcement but couldn’t understand what was said, for some random screeching commotion that was going on. That was when I realised it was me. Some person was dragging me towards pet food and finally clamped a hand over my mouth. Yesterday was a not such a good day for shopping.

The ‘S’ word had long since gone scuttled away no doubt looking for Miss Muffet. Two girls were cleaning down the irate man in isle 4 ( he appeared to enjoy that bit) and I was escorted (manhandled by a chauvinistic security guard) out to the door to my car,

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minus my shopping and thoroughly traumatized. “You will go home and think yourself lucky that the gentleman in isle 4, does not … do you for assault” said the security man close to my ear.”You have serious issues” I went on to suggest mental ones. How dare he I thought, but meekly I unwound the window and said “Yes Sir I am going … I promise … yes”
P. S. Just in-case you didn’t notice “I hate the “S” word, I do Yes.”

What don’t you like? That could get you to loose control? leave me a comment and I will get back as soon as I can.πŸ™‚

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47 thoughts on “Yes! Sir. #soCs

  1. Ha ha, Ellen, here I am sitting at Heathrow laughing myself silly over this post and my husband is looking at me in a strange way and security are shifting slightly and glancing in my direction. That spider sure is trouble.

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      1. Yeah I know, but there it is. When I see TV programmes of fishermen hauling in nets of flapping fish I have to look away! Spiders I pick up and take outside, carefully trying not to pull their legs off…

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    1. Thank you back Esme. I wish other posting bloggers would use the opportunity you provide to connect and follow the other participators, at least acknowledge the comments that readers have left. πŸ˜‡ for some it is only about stats. πŸ˜―πŸ˜•

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  2. A spider in the supermarket would do that to you I have no doubt. I had to go and look up what agave is, so I learned something new today. Trying to argue with stupid people gets me to screaming point when they refuse to see what is in front of their face…great post by the way..

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    1. Thank you! I thought very composed described the scene. You should try the light Agave nectar it’s the closet taste to sugar all natural and doesn’t taste like honey! πŸ˜‡ nice of you to come.

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  3. πŸ™‚ they say facing the danger cures you from your phobias. You should be fine now πŸ˜‰ but keep the warrior dance. It might come in handy on YouTube ;-). I only screech about spiders when they are really, really really big and no one’s looking. Or when the husbands there πŸ™‚ otherwise I put on my brave face πŸ™‚ close spaces are my problem but with a really huge spider it would be even worse πŸ™‚

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      1. Yes agreed you can see them coming but these gals just came over a brow of a hill, we thought it was thunder , luckily we had a bush to shelter in!! I shall never forget the hot breath the almost touching and the noise there only about 15 but my husband and were scared!!!! S words yes they are sneaky buggers!

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  4. Nicely done with your ‘yes’es ! πŸ˜‰
    πŸ˜† My mom freaks out like this but only for those cockroaches. The rest she can take on them like a true warrior. And one of my friend runs more than a mile if she sees a lizard anywhere in the 2-mile range.

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  5. What fun! I could see you dancing in the isle and the agave flying. Giant flying cockroaches make me scream and dance. S’s don’t bother me at all except when they drop down on me. Love your drop down here, though.

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