Monday, October 12, 2009

Choose Your Own Blogventure*

Here is your mission:

1. Go read my guest post at dadcentric.

2. Come back here and choose your next blog-venture:

Do you--

A. LOVE my post, and wish I was your wife/mother/angel undercover? Want to throw me and AWESOME PARADE (as in "you are awesome" and "here's an awesome parade")?!
CLICK HERE.

B. Think my post was mediocre? Want a punch in the face?
CLICK HERE.

C. Yawn.
CLICK HERE.

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You know, I really liked those books. Why did they stop making them? And does someone want to send me any? I'd love to read them to my son at night while he pouts on his bed because I won't let him pick the next adventure. But really, It's just because I don't want him to screw it up. You have to take some things seriously. Life isn't always about FUN and ADVENTURE kids.

*I feel like I plagiarized this from someone, but I can't remember who. I'm pretty sure that makes it excusable, if not expected (from me, anyway).

14 comments:

  1. Just so you know..... Cowboys are NOT from the South, but Peeping Toms DO get street cred in Arkansas.

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  2. i loved those books so much that i always cheated and read all the endings before picking my adventure. and so, i had to click each link to see which way i would go here....

    just kidding, i loved it! yay for guest posting!!

    :) <----- SMILE FACE

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  3. You got a gig at dadcentric??!! That's awesome!!

    And the blogventure thing was from me, but whatevs. Have at it.

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  4. Coritco: Ah, they're WESTERN, eh? So then what does the South give us? Wait...let's forget I asked.

    Lana: I just looked them up on eBay and am totally buying some. For the boys? Nah. For me.

    Steamy: I KNEW it was you! I actually looked through your posts but couldn't find it. And yeah, pretty rockstar, eh? Hopefully I didn't BLOW IT (*winkwink*) -- (Someone stop me!)

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  5. You're KILLING me! I loved your post but had to click on all of them because the wife one was so funny (which is also why I wanted to marry you......) sigh. Don't tell Hubby, ok?

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  6. We have a ton of choose your own adventure books here. I'll trade you for the perfume topper.

    I loved your post. Great Job.

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  7. Jules: I totally won't. As long as you don't tell mine about JUST how much time I waste on my blog pictures.

    erin: Now THAT sounds tempting. How about a cat, though? Do you girls want a cat? Another baby brother? (And, thanks! It rendered me my first nasty comment, so that's got to mean I'm AWESOME.)

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  8. I saw that comment, and I want you to know I wrote a really awesome comeback in my head while on my dog walk, but when I got home to post it, the comment was gone. It went:

    Sounds like "Lucy's mom" might have been a little touchy over that whole "identifying yourself by your relationship to others" thing.

    Gah, whatever. It was better last night. I can't remember exactly, but everything sounds pretty Zing! when I've got my ipod on.

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  9. You know I loved your post because I commented over there (Brianna) but because you're AWESOME I came over here to read more of your AWESOMENESS. Also, I loved choose your own adventure books and it makes me sad that they stopped making them. Obviously, they are NOT awesome.

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  10. I dug your DC post. Glad to have been introduced to this here blog o' yours.

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  11. OH EM GEE these were my favorite books ever as a kid. I think they quit making them when even THEY got confused about which path led to death via dragon breath vs. implied sex with the princess.

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  12. Coritco: Ah, they're WESTERN, eh? So then what does the South give us? Wait...let's forget I asked.

    Lana: I just looked them up on eBay and am totally buying some. For the boys? Nah. For me.

    Steamy: I KNEW it was you! I actually looked through your posts but couldn't find it. And yeah, pretty rockstar, eh? Hopefully I didn't BLOW IT (*winkwink*) -- (Someone stop me!)

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