My oldest friend is 40 tomorrow and I wanted to give her a present of a subscription to the New Yorker and, because of the kind of person I am, I am only doing it now. And because of the stupid, insular kind of publication the New Yorker is they will not allow you to put more than a certain number of characters for the address on their stupid subscription form. Since my friend lives in Asia where they happen to require more characters in the address than the stupid, idiot New Yorker form will allow, my tasteful gift is not now going to be with her tomorrow is it?
Perhaps a subscription to something else? What? Please, please help me.
I thought I might just say stupid again as it will make me feel better.