Saturday, October 23, 2010

Didja, didja know...

...that the Latin word for ginger is "zingiber," and that's where the word "gingerbread" came from? Because you can totally see the resemblance...except not at all.

Also, did you know that today's WFTH are from the Fairly Mean category? My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"And I know that you will likely be attacked by a flock of very angry gryphons in the near future." What? No! Where are you getting this information?

"You can be my cousin's brother's face. He has a mole." Um...thanks.

"I scarred you for life." One can only hope mentally. Although I'd hope for none at all, if I have the choice...

[as literally translated from an argument in Spanish:]
Person 1: "Your bathroom is filled with lettuce."
Person 2: "A red carrot!"
Person 1: "You are a fat, lazy, and ugly lady."
Person 2: "You are a fish!"
Person 1: "You are a big cookie."
Person 2: "You are very delicious."
Person 1: "You are a miss in the paper of the wall!"
Person 2: "You sing that you want chicken!"
Person 1: "You eat a ham and cheese sandwich!" Oh! How insulting! Ay caramba! Enchilada!

Friday, October 22, 2010

Apparently I can't spell...

Yesterday's title was supposed to be "Babbling Day." Which is what it was. But, apparently, I can't spell. Thus, it turned into Babbing Day. Let us google that and see what comes up.

Because that really makes sense when Babbing Day is googled. Whatevs. :)

Today's WFTH are from the Say What? category. My comments are italicized. Like this. Enjoy! :)

"Sometimes I sip on air. Carbonated air." Um, doesn't carbonation mean air bubbles?

Person 1: "[If you were a hermit] all your energy would gather up and you'd explode!"
Person 2: "Oh. That's true...I'd get a trampoline!" Great solution. Exploding on a trampoline is so much more fun.

"And all of a sudden, the pencil sharpener isn't feeling too tough!" Yeah! So there!

"You're gonna need leprechaun transplant surgery." Again?

"Henry the Hectapus! [grunt] I have Gruntatitus." Ummmmm...that's nice.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Babbing Day!!

Feel free to babble in the comments! I'd do it on here, but you wouldn't notice anything different from the usual posts. :) But guess what? Did you know, monkeys never catch cold. Exciting, right? Here's a useful phrase for ya, if you ever go to a Spanish-speaking country:
¿Donde está el baño? ¡My mono manco es en fuego!
=Where is the bathroom? My one-armed monkey is on fire!


Today's WFTH are from the Kinda Gross category! My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"I figure that if a girl can't accept the fact that I fart, we're not meant to be." Thank you for sharing.

"So, green acne is bad." Um, yeah. Pretty much.

Person 1: "How does [the alien] keep her hair so smooth and shiny?"
Person 2: "She bathes it daily in...umm...unicorn poop." Does it taste like a rainbow?

"As long as your spleen doesn't explode." But why not? I always think that makes the day more exciting! ...but maybe that's just me.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Guess what? If you try to name water-related or water-mentioning songs, but then say Rain doesn't count as water, that severely shortens your list. I mean, come on. "It's Rainin' Men"? "Singin' in the Rain"? Although I guess the first one wouldn't really be water, but still. :)'s Words are from the Say What? category! My comments are in italics! Enjoy your heads off! (Not really. That was sarcasm. :D)

"My bone itches!" You...have really special bones. Because most of 'em don't itch. Just sayin'.

"You're, like, totally a panda. Isn't she a panda?" Well, you could ask her. If she says 'yes,' she's either a human or a talking panda. If 'no,' then she's a human or a lying panda.

Person 1: "I was going to take it off but then I had a fit of logic and realized I was getting pizza."
Person 2: "A fit of logic. THE HORROR!"
Person 1: "It's like a convulsion." That's an interesting image. I can just see Einstein spasming, then being all 'Eureka!' ...or was that Archimedes?

"Oh, really? Because it's giving me false hope and then crushing my soul." Hm. That stinks. Except not really.

"The average American eats 126 Timmy the Turtles per year." Oh yeah? Can you prove it? I didn't think so.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Evaluate Your Life Day!

Hmm...[sonar beeping] My life has been successfully evaluated to be full of laughter, sugar, and (tomorrow) spaghetti. And you?
Hey, speaking of life evaluation...if you have a mid-life crisis at age 40, does that mean you're only planning to live till age 80? Food for thought...

So guess what? Today's post is filled with Rather Duh-Inspiring Words From The Hallway! :) Try not to roll your eyes too much! :) My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"And if you have a yellow transparency and you put a green one on top, you get blue, right?" And we need to review our colors, right? This was a teacher, folks. :) Though apparently not an art teacher. One would hope.

Person 1: "What did he look like?"
Person 2: "He had a face." Do tell.

"So it turns out, Mike has a twin. I saw them both sitting there and I thought that there were two Mikes so I was, like, 'Mike! Mike! Miiiike!' And neither of them turned around. So I finally concluded there were no Mikes." A good conclusion to make.

Person 1: "But, like, what if I don't want [the rest of my sub]?"
Person 2: [really earnestly] "Well, if you want it, you should eat it. If not, you should put it away."
Person 1: "Oh! OK!"

Monday, October 18, 2010

Angrily Singing Gumballs!

It's another fill-in-the-blanks title day! adverb + verb + plural noun + bystander = angrily singing gumballs, apparently. Let us see what images come up when this is googled. Please stand by. [insert Muzak here] Aha. Heart-shaped eggs. Why not?

Back to our usual's WFTH are from the Say What? category! My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"What is the point of a guy wearing a belt if his pants still aren't where they're supposed to be?" Is this one of those rhetorical questions? If a tree falls on a school, do they still make you take your AP tests?

"Because if I was in your middle school, I would call you toothpaste." Oh yeah? I'd call you...tomato paste! So ha!

"How do you spell 'dismemberment'?" Just check the speech bubble above your head...Umm...why, exactly, do you want to know?

"Spain is lucky they didn't get pulled over." True dat. I often think this to myself. Spain is lucky.

"What if they're made of Pop-Tarts and their filling comes out?" I dunno, what if? Let's find out! *om nom nom* Conclusion: They are still delicious. Do try this at home.

Sunday, October 17, 2010


So...did Delaware her New Jersey to the game? Idaho, Alaska.

(Translation: Did Della wear her new jersey to the game? I dunno, I'll ask her.) Ha! Ha! (Why aren't you laughing?)

Well...anyway...tomorrow's Alaska Day. That's why today is about states. But apparently that's not very funny, so...maybe we should skip to the actual WFTH.

Today's category is: Kinda Mean! My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"You're such a toothpick, Alex." Oh! What a pointed remark!

"So we've decided that anything we might get arrested for, we're gonna pin it on her...and she'll be so skilled [after learning prison skills] that she'll be able to have her own TV show...and on the last episode when she's being mauled by a lion, she's gonna thank me and Sarah for all we've done for her." I'm so...proud of you?

"It'd be hard to kill someone with a skate." But don't let that stop you from trying!