- "You read me wrong, I wasn't tryin' to lead you on / Not like you think. I didn't mean to turn you on / I know you Expected a one-night-stand. When I refused I knew you wouldn't understand / I'm sorry, baby, I didn't mean to turn you on."
Song playing in QFC on Broadway and Pike: Robert Palmer’s “I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On.”
Purchased at QFC: Power Bars and carrot juice.
Laying Discarded on Ground Near Man in Utilikilt: World Book Encyclopedia U-V
The Take Away: The man in the Utilikilt was calling QFC to request “I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On” because when we looked at each other, he didn’t mean to turn me on. It was just his Utilikilt that turned me on. I walked in QFC, heard the song, and wanted to rave and disco, so I uncontrollably bought rave/disco food – Power Bars and carrot juice. The U-V encyclopedias were there because the universe was saying UTILIKILT, UTILIKILT, UTILIKILT.
Also in the encyclopedia: U for Urutu - a very poisonous South American viper snake that can grow up to two meters long. And the EE-11 Urutu - a 6x6 armored personnel carrier developed in the seventies by Engesa of Brazil. It used as many commercially available parts as possible.