oh! oh!! that, over there!
This glarkware stuff is funny; grows on you, it does.
not too old to wear t-shirts with funny sayings
Am not!! Am not!! Am not!!
If you're looking for a gifty (remember, only a few weeks left to go in birthday season), any one of these will do the trick.
I especially like:
- bad girl from 'double f' ranch
- periodic table of sloth
- death wears a cute bow
- my girlfriend can totally beat up your girlfriend
As much as it makes me giggle, I couldn't wear the 'monkey' one; these days, I'd prefer folks keep their hands off my monkey, my monkey wants to be alone, my monkey likes its personal space, leave the monkey be.
and baby makes four
Uncle Herman is really an uncle, again. His youngest brother now has one of each. To clarify: A girl and a boy. (I know, duh, like what else is there? But I live in the bay area... there *are* others. Genders, I mean. (blinks) Remember, Pride Weekend just passed. Just tryna' be more gender sensitive, folks.)
I dare you, Herman, to get one of these for the little tyke. Or his big sis.
perhaps i'm feeling too kindly these days
I've been so distracted these days (work and whatnot) that I'm afraid I could be a potential recipient of one of these. Actually, I can't really think of anyone or any situation I've been in lately with a stranger** - let me repeat that quite loudly: WITH A COMPLETE STRANGER - that would deserve one.
But you might.
**But as for interactions with potential "friends", company, dates, etc... Perhaps a card or two wouldn't be out of order. Raised by wolves I tell ya, raised by wolves...
my world view
Well, geez, no wonder I'm at risk of eternal damnation; I'm a heathen.
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What is Your World View?
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i'm going to hell
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|You'll die from overexertion. *wink*|
R. Kelly's five-part "melodrama", er, soap opera, er, whatever. "Trapped in the Closet".
As crazy as a three dollar bill used by a crazy lady to buy a ticket on the nutty bus to Kookville.
Can't be explained, must be heard.
Now, I dislike R. Kelly. I believe he did it. Just like Michael. You see, OJ used up all my "benefit of the doubt", mainly because of Johnnie Cochran and Barry Scheck (who is now atoning with the Innocence Project) and the "injustice in other than the same old direction" argument; I have none left. None.
And I hate that his cute little "step" songs are so cute. And danceable. Pleasant, even. I hate that. The thought of dancing happily to the dulcet sounds of a pedophile... makes my head hurt. I can't listen to Michael these days, either.
trapped in the car
But I have some long drives these days. I listen to a lot of radio. And when part 1 came out, I was curious. (And of course in denial that it was R. Kelly, 'cause I'd have to change the channel the next time it came on.) Part 2 had me skeptical that this thing would pay off. But still curious. Granted, the two parts seemed to lead to a moderately interesting, if vapid, voyeuristic in a kind of Jerry Springer sort of way, storyline.
I heard parts 3, 4, and 5 back-to-back-to-back coming home this evening. Good lord, what the... The idiocy seemed like it just wouldn't stop.
The whole thing in its entirety has got to be the embodiment of an angel dust-fueled halucination mascarading in his mind as a great american classic.
At least it gets Fiddy and Lil' Jon off the airwaves for a moment.