Today I added a few rules to my personal toolbox:
- Wearing a wet washcloth on one's head makes one look like a jackass, especially when said washcloth was clearly stolen from one's mother's pink wedding towel set.
- I know it is eight-hundred-bazillionty degrees outside. Believe me, I know. Add the humidity, and we're up to a heat index of eighty-five-hundred-bazillionty. However, this does not excuse grown men from wearing shirts in public. Especially when riding a bicycle. Especially when that bicycle seat drags down one's sagging pants and his visible underoos...which reveals one's ass crack to the sun and EVERYONE ELSE (on another note, that's got to be a nasty place for a burn!).
- Even if one still has a flat tummy when one is over 60 (or younger, depending on exactly how unkind the years have been), regardless of gender, one should not expose the area below the belly in the neighborhood of their waistband when one is not at the beach. Yucky. Actually, I take the caveat back: not one should wear pants in such a way that this area is visible.
- There is something weird about wearing a halter top when one's hair is grey. I don't know why, but them's the rules.
- Men should not wear capri pants.