“Reverend Yummy Pants”(G-uno)

If you’re not laughing out loud at least once a day then you are truly not living. Yesterday morning “Bette Davis” was completely stoked about her day because her pastor was coming by for a visit. Let me point out to you that we are talking about a woman who is terminally ill, and has been sleeping upright in a chair for an entire year who was absolutely giddy. Two things light her up like nothing else in this world. The first is great humor, and the second is a good looking man, and her young handsome pastor fits into both of those categories.
“Bette Davis” and I watch a lot of comedies together, and one of our absolute favorites are the old reruns of the television show “Reba.” If you have never seen this show I need to apologize to you because you will not get the humor of this post, but for those of you who have you will completely understand the hilarity of this moment. There is a character called Barbra Jean. She is a tall beautiful funny character who is prone to getting innocent crushes on men who are not her husband. Barbra Jean has a huge crush on her pastor, so much so that she once gave him a copy of “The Thorn Birds.” She also refers to him as “Reverend Yummy Pants.”
“Bette Davis” who normally could care less about her appearance wanted me to doll her up before the young goodlooking pastor arrived. He was coming a little sooner than usual, and rushing someone who struggles to breathe is tricky. We managed to get her on her “A” game best, but moving too quickly slows down the amount of oxygen that flows to her brain, and sometimes renders the usually very articulate “Bette Davis” in a state of slight forgetfulness.
Finally we hear the doorbell ring, and this dolled up 80 year-old is so giddy she’s literally beaming. This is something she knows I will make fun of later after he leaves, but she will masterfully hide this from him when he enters the room. He only sees the well educated sensible parishioner who until her illness ran church affairs with the up most dignified capability. So when the pastor walked into her room I looked over to watch her  masterfully  change her expression from giddy to complete composure (so I  could imitate her of course after he left), but she looked a little winded, and slightly like she was struggling to find her words.
Then all of a sudden she sits up, and blurts out “Good morning reverend yummy pants!” I saw her face as she realized what she had said, and then I saw the open mouthed shock hit the young pastor’s face before he quickly composed the shock to a warm smile. I completely lost myself in hysterical laughter! Then “Bette Davis” with her red face trying to rectify the moment says to the pastor “So do ever watch the show Reba?” 😉

 

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  1. #1 by Meredith at My Pink Champagne Life on July 22, 2016 - 1:40 pm

    Best thing I’ve read all week!!😂😂😂

  2. #5 by Rita on July 22, 2016 - 4:31 pm

    Fabulous!

    • #6 by idioglossiablog on July 22, 2016 - 6:01 pm

      Thanks have you seen the show?
      G-uno

      • #7 by Rita on July 22, 2016 - 7:50 pm

        Yes, a long time ago. Couldn’t tell you the characters or anything though.

  3. #8 by Robert Matthew Goldstein on July 22, 2016 - 9:00 pm

    You don’t need to have seen the show to see how funny this is. You described it perfectly.

    • #9 by idioglossiablog on July 25, 2016 - 1:26 am

      Thank you. It’s still making me laugh over here. She was so adorable. It’s not often that Bette makes a mistake or shares that side of herself. G-uno

  4. #10 by chickensconsigliere on July 23, 2016 - 12:24 pm

    Best thing about Reba is Reba. That woman never ages, either. I think she might be a vampire. Now the Thorn Birds-that’s a blast from the past. It was almost too much romance for my adolescent heart to take.

  5. #12 by Matt on July 23, 2016 - 1:50 pm

    Okay, I’ve never seen Rebabut I’m laughing anyway.

  6. #14 by Jay on July 27, 2016 - 1:12 am

    That show was a guilty pleasure of mine!

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