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It’s the little things that make life such a wonderful gift | Seamus O'Sparks

It’s the little things that make life such a wonderful gift

By Seamus O'Sparks on October 15, 2014 — 1 min read

RISE AND SMOOTH AND SHINE (rinse and repeat) It’s the little things that make life such a wonderful gift. Here’s an example-I was having a nice shower this morning (not one of those wire brush Karen Silkwood screamers like we usually have around here at the shelter). It was so nice and I was exfoliating and thinking about who was a bigger influence on my life, Dennis DeYoung or Dennis the Menace. This issue flummoxed me as I grabbed a bottle of conditioner. It was pretty much empty. I desperately needed to condition my crispy end-splitted tresses so I knew I was going to have to make do. And make do did I. I took the cylindrical bottle (it had a bulbous cap) and held it upside down. Then I held my left hand out and with my right hand I began to slowly shake the conditioner up and down. Gradually I began to shake the bottle with more vigor. Finally I was giving this thing everything I had just pumping it furiously up and down and up and down.-BINGO! Viscous pearly jets began to shoot out all over my hand and arm and feet and all over me and everywhere. What a thing! I began to rub it all into my hair. I rinsed and you’d better believe: I repeated. I took a real long shower today. It made me wonder if anything like that ever happened to John Calvin? Probably would have saved us all a lot of grief… The conditioner bottle looked like this btw: O===3 Kinda’ like a decanter. I think the brand is called “Smooth n Shine.”

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The Story of Seamus

Seamus O'Sparks is the seventh son of a Seventh Day Adventist who went on a seven-day bender starting on July 7, 1977 at a strip club called Seventh Heaven at the corner of 7th St. and 7th Ave. in the West Village.