Saturday, March 26, 2011

Contest Winner!

The results of the contest are in, ladies and gentlemen! A special thank you to all my followers, new and old, and everyone who commented! Don't forget to keep checking back for new contests...I'm already gathering prize materials for the next one! :)

OK, drumroll please....The Graphing Calculator's Random-Integer Generator has spoken. The winner is......Andrew! You have five days to get back to me via comment! If you don't comment on this post before 8:00 p.m. EST on March 31st (2011 btw), I will pick a new winner! Congratulations, and thanks again to everyone who entered. You are all wonderful people! :D

Alrighty, Happy Make Your Own Holiday, everybody! ....Therefore, Happy Squid Appreciation Day! :)
Let me know what your holiday is in the comments! :) Today's Words (on this fine Squid Appreciation Day) are from the category of Say What? My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :D

"And it's sunrise for the people on my nose." Not to say that I'm concerned that there are people on your nose, but...I'm concerned that there are people on your nose.

"Hey, I'm beating myself up in the mirror." Which is weird, because in real life I'm standing completely still.

"So the moral of the story is don't fall into a black hole with a clock." I applaud this moral! I shall carry these words of wisdom in my heart daily. In fact, I was just about to do the very thing this warns against, until I heard this moral. Impeccable timing.

"I'm writing a haiku on your calculator. I hope you don't mind." Three seven minus nine/negative forty-eights times/zero is zero. Oh, the poetic genius is giving me chills. Chills, I tell you!

5 comments:

Tassel630 said...

To mug Andrew for the prize or not to mug Andrew for the prize... that is the question.

AHAHAHA... impeccable TIMING.

It's okay to fall into a black hole without a clock, though, right?

Eve S. D'ropper said...

Hmmm...lesse if he even claims it yet before you decide whether to mug him or not.

Thank you, Tassel. Oh, yeah, of course. Any time you want. I'm not stopping you.

Eve S. D'ropper said...

Send me a postcard though. :)

Corinne said...

Writing a simple haiku, huh? And then it gets published in the freaking NEWSPAPER.

Eve S. D'ropper said...

*blushes*