July 8, 2007

Armrest arrest.

That didn't happen, the nonhappening of which made the news because the transgressor of social norms was Clay Aiken.

Isn't it interesting that if you remove the "m" from "armrest" -- and the "m" looks rather like an armrest -- you get "arrest"? No, you're not interested in things like that? Well, my friend, you are missing out on a big category of entertainment in life.

9 comments:

Daryl said...

Gosh, when I heard Clay Aiken got into a scrap at the airport, I never would have guessed that she was the one transgressing social norms.

Somebody needs to slap some sense into that woman. At least, grab both of her arms and shake her.

Being a celebrity isn't a blank check to bother other women.

Dave F said...

The precise point when I stop reading a blog post and post a snarky comment: when I see the words "Clay Aiken."

Dadgum said...

Sounds like Clay achin' for some trouble.

Freeman Hunt said...

I am disturbed that anyone would so much as entertain the idea of resting a foot on another person's armrest.

Ann Althouse said...

And Clay has incredibly huge feet. It was something we commented on all the time when he was on AI. His shoes were like clown shoes.

Freeman Hunt said...

That's horrible. A large foot on an armrest could put a toe in the vicinity of the face.

dave™© said...

Heavens to Betsy! Is someone deleting my comments?

Those comments on your drinking are obviously hitting a leetle too close to the mark, eh?

reneviht said...

Just so you know: I play with words like that all the time. Of course, now, the one time I discover a chance when it would be useful, I can't think of any interesting examples.

Roger said...

Clay Aiken must be extraordinarily flexible to get a foot on an armrest--one assumes he wasnt flying cattle car status.