Friday, November 19, 2010

Friday Confessions

1.  My new favorite show is AMC's The Walking Dead.  It is creepy and grody but I just can't walk away from it until I know if what's-her-name and what's-his-name resolve the issue of her, uh, having relations with what's-his-name while they both thought what's-his-name was a zombie.

That would have made a lot more sense if I could remember the characters' names.  Please excuse.

2.  My sisters and I tune into the Sirrus 90's channel whenever we're all in the car together and rock out to Kriss Kross and 98 Degrees.  Our 13-year-old cousin thinks we're crazy.

3.  More on this: Kimberlie and I had a serious discussion on what makes 90's music better than today's.  It all comes down to variety, people.

4.  In the past two weeks I have received no less than 50 emails from people letting me know I am sending out spam emails.
  • Sorry to all my friends and family for linking you to Viagra advertisements.
  • Sorry to the guy I went on one date with but forgot to delete from my contact list; no, I do not want to go out with you.
  • Sorry to the coordinator of the Miss Purdue pageant who I also forgot to delete from my contact list; no I am not available to help plan this years festivities.
  • Sorry to my pastors, both past and present; I am not responsible for any obscene material I may or may not be sending to you.  Keep that in mind when I ask to teach your childrens' church classes.
  • Sorry all of you continue to get these emails; I am currently working on the "wait it out" solution.
5.  "What do you want to do for dinner?"

"How about French bread pizza?"

"Sounds good.  I'll get the Italian bread."

6.  I use my nose to operate my touch screen phone when wearing gloves.  However, I don't always have 100% accuracy.

7.  While at a classy Saratoga establishment, my BFF and I decided it was the best possible time and location to practice mouth farts.

8.  Corey's stocking stuffers last year consisted of a bottle of Advil, toothbrush, socks and antacid.  I've run out of ideas.

9.  His "stocking" was a small box.  I couldn't find the real thing.

10.  My eyes play dirty tricks on me.  While following a semi down the highway I could have sworn the large "You're Needed" sign on the back of it said "You're Nekkid." 

"Is this driver trying to tell me I am emotionally exposed?...."

1 comment:

Erin @ Sassin' Southern Style said...

They have gloves with little silky fingertips so that you don't have to use your nose to operate touch screens.

I truly did laugh out loud at #7. I feel that if we met, we'd be BFFs.