Saturday, January 15, 2011

Ah, a lazy Saturday...

Lalala...I love staying at home almost all day on Saturdays, just wasting away in front of the computer or with a good book (or five). Who's with me? :D's Words are from the Rather Duh-Inspiring category! My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :D

"Milk fresh from the cow tastes like cow." You were expecting salmon?

Person 1: "Put a little more sass in it, Charlie!"
Person 2: "Be a Sassy Sally!" Ummm. That might be a little difficult...

"You can't even make your own pencils." Good point.
Person 1: "I drew pictures on my floor with eyeliner [when I was asleep]."
Person 2: "Were they good pictures?"
Person 1: "Uhummmno."
Person 3: "I fell asleep on my couch and woke up in my bathtub."
Person 2: "I sleptwalk before...I don't know if I do anymore 'cause I live alone..." Plus you probably slept through the whole thing, ya lazy bum!
"Sometimes I just talk and words come out." As opposed to butterflies.

Friday, January 14, 2011

I'm baaack!

Didja miss me? :D I missed y'alls too. Guess what today is? It's Dress Up Your Pet Day! 

(I wouldn't recommend attempting to dress up your pet. Especially if you happen to own a shark for friendly companionship.)

But, anyway, here is a picture of a somewhat-less-deadly (one would hope (but one never knows, really)) animal to celebrate.

(Wow. Got enough pictures today? Ah, I couldn't resist. ;D)

And now, to the WFTH! Today's are from the Say What? category! My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

"He's counting potatoes in your bedroom right now but that's okay." No, it is not okay! I have a strict no-counting rule in my room. Potatoes are fine, but counting? Absolutely not. (I just made this rule up. I'm sure you couldn't tell. But actually, I think I'll keep it--how can I be expected to do my math homework if I have a principle against counting? Eureka!)

Person 1 (male teacher): "Let it be bright and happy. Like a giant unicorn."
Person 2: "...that would scare me."
Person 1: "No, it's a smiling unicorn. With a rainbow mane." Oh, well that makes everything better.

"I have nothing but peas on my floor at home. No pets." I've always said vegetable pets were the best. Or was that vegetative? Meditative? Ah, same diff.

Person 1: "If you weren't supposed to eat meat, it wouldn't taste so good."
Person 2: "And cows wouldn't be so stupid!"
Person 3: "Cows aren't stupid!"
Person 2: "You can tip them over!" Flawless logic, that.

"And he's potatoing, potatoing, potatoing, potatoing..." Again with the vegetables! Er...and starches! What is with these people? Also, what does 'potatoing' mean? ...These are great questions of the world. I must go on a quest to seek the answers! ...Nah, too much effort.

Monday, January 10, 2011

Rahthah Rahndom. Ahnd British.

Yello! What's up, everybody? Nothin' much? Same here, kinda, not really. Lemme just say: Whoever said having play practice for three hours every day the week of exams was a good thing? Sadly mistaken, my friend. And that's just if involved with one play.'s all fun! Busy, hectic as heck (haha!), but sooo much fun! And that is why I have WFTH from the probably-one-and-only-time-category of: Stuff From Yesterday's Play Practice! Yaaaaay! (I have honestly no idea why any of this came up, as the play itself has nothing to do with these quotes, but...whatevs.) :D My comments are in italics! Enjoy! :)

Person 1: "I'm not gonna shower. Because I'm a girl and I'm not gross like you. I sweat perfume and rainbows. You sweat toads and mud."
Person 2: "Um, actually, toads are a very appealing scent." I quite agree. Eau de toad-o is my favorite scented lotion.

"Both of your heads between your knees! This is very important!" Umm. This was said to one person. I've really no idea when they grew an extra head but...whatevs.

Person 1: "You've never had cauliflower? Are you American?"
Person 2: "It's gross."
Person 3: Amy, you're a vegetarian! You have to like all vegetables!"
Person 2: "That's vegetarianist! I'm taking offense!" ...Vegetarianist?

"[completely seriously] That was so beautiful! She looked like a blender!" I, personally, find blenders very beautiful myself.

Person 1: "I'm chlorophyll! Smell my hand!"
Person 2: [holds hand in Person 1's face] "Does this smell like chloroform to you?" [holds hand in someone else's face] "Does this smell like chloroform to you? Oh, too bad, you're dead." First of all: why are we becoming plant materials and knocking-out fluids? And second of all...I'm pretty sure chloroform doesn't kill you. But, ya know...whatevs.