Friday, April 8

Kevin Noonin Beware!

So last night we were checking the mail, and we'd gotten this huge envelope from a Kevin Noonin and a guy named Brian Somethingicantrememeber. Kevin and Brian had enclosed a return envelope and everything, which I thought was pretty durn odd, because the only other thing in the envelope was a check - for two hundred dollars!

The really strange thing about it is that I have a feeling that this Kevin Noonin character might be Bruce's arch enemy. You see, we don't actually know what his name is, and it's quite possible that he's trying to sabotage us by sending us a seemingly great wedding gift. Obviously, as a superhero, Bruce can't be expected to just cash that check with utter disregard to what sort of trap it might be.

I however, as a superhero's fiancee, find nothing wrong with cashing it. I do agree, however, that it's much more likely that Kevin is his nemesis. After all, who would name their arch-nemesis-son Brian Somethingicantremember? Kevin Noonin is much more probable.

I woke Bruce up to tell him about my dream, and he understood instantly. "You mean my arch nemesis is married to a guy named Brian?"

7 comments:

Jay said...

Hmm. Well I'm glad he understood, because I sure as hell don't.

Jim said...

Who is the check made out to? If it's not to "Cash," or your name, it might be tough! ;)

Jess said...

I'm a bit confuzzled. But I'd take the $200...

brioSphere said...

Hey there's nothing wrong with being named Brian, and i take offense. Not really, but i had to say SOMETHING. I just couldn't SIT here saying NOTHING at a time like this.

B said...

My super bullshit sense told me that the two hundred dollar check was just not right. Kevin Noonin Beware!

SJ said...

Was it a dream or a real check? Man, I've got to keep up better.

sunny said...

It was a dream check.

Haha, as if any of our arch-nemesiseses (arch-nemesii?) have $200.

Hell, if my mother is planning on mending my torn jeans from 3 years ago as my wedding gift, I'm not exactly shooting for the stars as far as gifts go.

I just want the people who can make it to be there. And $200, if you can spare it.