Handicapped Gay Man Rides Motorized Cart in Search of Frozen Meals and Lube: A Case Study

Starring Uncle Frank, former roommate and BFF as: The Cripple on the Motorized Cart.


Chapter One: Crippled Shopping:





Chapter Two: The Story Behind the Crippled Grocery Shop:



The End.


GGC

17 comments:

Charlotte | 6:32 PM

OK. Uncle Frank's "Don't waste the margarita"? Uebercute. Really. YUM.

Punk Rock Mom | 6:46 PM

I think I heart Uncle Frank!

Anonymous | 8:54 PM

Ummmm...can he be my Uncle Frank too? I love him!

Wendy | 5:39 AM

I have a few more questions for Uncle Frank:

What kind of cigerettes was he smoking that he couldn't feel that his FOOT WAS ON FIRE?

Did he lick his foot after the magerita was thrown on him?

And finally, why didn't he choose the NEW ITEM when shopping for lube? You never know what treasure you might find if you don't try the NEW ITEM while shopping.

Feel better, soon, Uncle Frank and remember fire and feet don't go together.

Anonymous | 8:48 AM
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Anonymous | 8:50 AM

I'm not a bit surprised that Uncle Frank found the lap dance to be "kinda weird."

-Wholly Roller

Anonymous | 8:58 AM

Why were you giggling? Were you high?

GIRL'S GONE CHILD | 9:38 AM

Nah. I'm just easily amused.

Sarah | 11:49 AM

So, maybe I have no sense of humour or am just irritable at the wrong moment, but I'm having a hard time finding this funny! Yes, Uncle Frank is delicious and super cute, and the image of him oblivious to his flaming leg is definitely amusing.

But is it just me, or does the "funny" of this post rely on the word "crippled" a bit too much? Like, this is funny because my friend is using one of those carts that "crippled" people use to go shopping? And it's especially funny because he's not permanently "crippled" and therefore we can *really* laugh because he won't have to shop in that cart forever. You know, like other people have to.

Yeah. Maybe I'm just in a bad mood. But this post made me even more cranky. Sorry girl.

Scar | 1:52 PM

I'm totally in love with uncle Frank. Hey Bec- any chance he might want to have a motorized cart race with me? I mean.. just maybe?

not paralyzed | 6:49 PM

i'm a cripple and i find the word crippled to be amazing. it helps me forget about the pain of my chronic disability by reminding me of classic dickens novels. please, bec, may i have some more?

creative-type dad | 9:06 AM

I, I.....I just don't know what to say...

motherbumper | 10:10 AM

Everyone needs an Uncle Frank.

mama's got moxie | 7:39 AM

your clips sound like most of mine. lots of giggling. and hey, that's what friends are for: helping you shop for lube!!

Mom101 | 5:59 PM

I guess I'm not very PC because I think it's all just fucking hilarious.

Big kisses to Uncle Frank - although not on his foot. Ew.

E-Beth | 2:17 PM

I guess I'm with Sarah and must be especially cranky, but for someone who usually loves reading here, I seem to have lost my sense of humor. It must just be that my sick dad unexpectedly needed to use a scooter in the store recently, I don't know...although I'm a lurker, I really like reading Girl's Gone Child and I hope I can giggle along with you at the next post and will make positive, fun comments in the future!!

GIRL'S GONE CHILD | 3:58 PM

It's amazing how people can "love reading" this blog and yet, not get me at all.