I love 'acts of disobedience', love pranks and practical jokes.
I used to work in and office and when we got supplies from the storeroom, we had to sign a slip.
I would diligently sign my name and then thought, "is anyone really paying attention here?"
My signature turned into a scrawl, then a letter with a line behind it.
So, I began to write in people like George Washington....some famous, some obscurely famous and some infamous.....
That went on for a while until someone figured out that Charles Manson didn't work in the office.
During the baseball and football seasons, people would "run squares" for the betting pools. You signed your name into a square, with your phone extension, and after the numbers were drawn, xerox copies were made and given out.
Everyone knew our extension - my dept ran the pools - so I was a huge proponent of putting a famous person's name into the square with the office phone number.
So, if we ever ran afoul of the rules, an investigation would lead to politicians, sports figures or the scoundrel of the day - Lorena Bobbit is one person that comes to mind...
Lately I have been a little bored and looking a way to have some fun.....
And I have found it!
There is a pizza place on the corner, not more than .5 miles from the house.
It makes no sense to order a pizza, wait 30-40 minutes for a delivery and have to pay the surcharge and tip the driver.
If you order on-line, you have to give a name to pick it up.
The first time George Harrison picked up his order, the guy behind the counter laughed and said, "Oh I see you are still alive...." I smiled and answered, "And still rocking!"
Tonight Roger Waters went in and the gal working the register looked, but didn't say anything....
It makes me want to eat pizza three times a week, just to see how many people I can mention before someone says anything!
I am willing to take suggestions, but it will take me while to get around to them, pizza, more than once every two weeks is overkill?