Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Meh.

Hey kiddos.

You'll have to excuse my absence for a bit. I've been wallowing in self-pity and despair. It's a mess to clean up from that kind of wallowing, I'll say. The muck? The mire?



Also, I'm occupying myself with mindless activities. Reading Twilight. Harassing William Shatner. As much as my blog seems like bullshit, it is not quite so mindless and forces me to be moderately amused.

I'm not in the mood.

But I'll be back soon. I'm gonna go decompress by the pool.

You know. In my fat lady suit.

9 comments:

  1. Enjoy your wallow. A pool and a fat lady suit actually sound pretty good right about now.

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  2. This feels familiar. Are you breaking up with us?

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  3. Can I please, please, please join you? In the pool, anyway?

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  4. CatLady: It was awesome. There ended up being a gaggle of women there with much bigger problems than myself. So I pointed and laughed. I mean...helped them talk it out.

    Steamy: Only if you take my cats as part of the settlement.

    Jules: Hell yes! I'll be the beached whale, blistering in the sun and reading Twilight. Also, crying.

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  5. I could use some time by the pool. I wish I had one. I wish I had a fat lady suit.

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  6. I am right there with you. I finished reading Atlas Shrugged and quickly decided I needed to read Twilight for the third time. I have also watched the movie four times. In my pretend family, William Shatner plays the role of grandpa.

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  7. I finally caved and read Twilight, after several siblings and friends insisting I do so. Eh...it was OK, I suppose. But I then watched the movie and cringed repeatedly at the running and tree climbing effects. It ain't no True Blood (where Alexander Skarsgard = wistful sigh).

    And I heart William Shatner.

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  8. CD: You can borrow mine.

    Beeker: I think I need to read Atlas Shrugged to balance the Twilight.

    OEM: You're back! And, uh, I always thought HBO was for ritchies. So, I don't have it.
    Also, the Shat *loved* the roasting because of how amazingly well-written and witty it was (at least mine.)

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  9. CatLady: It was awesome. There ended up being a gaggle of women there with much bigger problems than myself. So I pointed and laughed. I mean...helped them talk it out.

    Steamy: Only if you take my cats as part of the settlement.

    Jules: Hell yes! I'll be the beached whale, blistering in the sun and reading Twilight. Also, crying.

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