The trailer for 9 →
zolora: Words words Elijah Wood words words. There was a lot more to Zolora’s post than that, but if you think I needed the rest of those words to convince me to see the movie, you are crazy.
Playing GH4 with My Little Brother
Adam: So did you see our band name?
Me (squinting): Decibel?
Adam: Umm no.
Me (still squinting): Oh, Venus Fly Traps?
Adam: Still no.
Me (squinting once more): Whoa, Venus Fly TRAMPS! Nice!
Adam: Yes. Because we are rock and roll whores.
The Grand Adventures of Gilgamesh the Great →
It would seem that my little brother inherited the creative genes in this family. I’m the one with seven years of blogging experience under my belt, but he’s the one writing great stories about dragon-slayers and haunted forests. Click the link and read the first six posts. Then send me a “Wish You Were Cool!” postcard when you abandon Skirtsville for SuperSanko City.
Re: I'm just tweeting to tell you I blogged.
phampants: rachelskirts: Please don’t. :\ I’m guessing this applies to me too huh? O:-) This goes out to all the people who have Tumblr alerts sent to Twitter or post Twitter updates to Tumblr or post blog updates to Tumblr. I’ll follow you where I want to follow you, and in a lot of cases I’m already subscribed to you on Twitter and Tumblr and via Google Reader. I see all your...
Tagline Suggestions for 4chan
Tyler: I've decided the Internet isn't such a bad place so long as you just ignore 4chan.
Me: That is the hell of the internet.
Tyler: But damn if there's not some funny stuff.
Me: The Wal*mart dumpster of the internet.
Me: The lopsided toupée of the internet.
Tyler: Ooh. Let me try. The on-campus apartments of the internet.
Me: The untreated STD of the internet.
Me: (These are all taglines they should consider adopting.)
Me: The moldy milk at the back of the internet's refrigerator.
Tyler: The [school cafeteria] of the Internet
Me: The Spam (meat product) of the internet.
Tyler: The Spam (email) of the internet.
Me: The Texas of the internet.
Tyler: Ooh. Easy there killer.
Me: Couldn't resist. :)
Me: The High School Musical of the internet.
Tyler: The Saw V of the internet
Me: The . . . The . . . Damn it!
Tyler: Yeah. I was out, too. Truce.
I just received an email from a guy in Nigeria...
twothirty: Here is what I replied: This sounds incredible. I would love to be a part of your scam. Please, send me more details so I can get them over to the FBI right away. Can I also become a Nigerian prince if I help you with this buttload of money? Thanks for your time. I really hope he responds. My uncle fell for a scam like this and wound up homeless for a while. He also fell...
$20 to the first person who can find and kill all...
But of bliss and glad life there is little to be said, before it ends; as works...– J.R.R. Tolkien, The Silmarillion
Yes. No. Yes yes no. Sauce.
Pimp sends me the best emails. They always include a slew of questions, none of which I ever answer. “What did you have for breakfast this morning? Was it lunch? Did you eat it before I ate my breakfast (mine was lunch…)? When do you think I ate my breakfast? Should I have been doing anything else before that? Is five cough drops in one night too many? Can I have a cookie? How about...
Should I Use Papyrus? →
Should I Use Comic Sans? →