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Oct. 25th, 2008

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Writer's Block: Volunteering

When it comes to making a difference, some people donate money and others volunteer their time. What cause gets your time or money?

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Hmmm... I dunno. I try to do it in the little things like just helping out in general, but lately I've been really antsy and want to do something bigger. So, week after next I'm doing the Relay for Life, and I plan on doing a Schools for Schools/Invisible Children thing at my school. If anyone is reading this, bug me to do it. Don't let me chicken out.

Which gets me thinking. Why are people always frightened at the thought of presenting some sort of charity thing? Are we just that terrified of steeping out, of being judged? That's one thing that needs to change in the world. Come on, people. I would rant about it but who wants to read that. The questions are enough.

Oct. 21st, 2008

bruce/christian

You know, that would be cool.


Alright, just something I thought of. Feel free to snag.

USELESS SKILLS I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE

1. Mad rapping

Come on, who doesn't want to be able to bust a tight rhyme whenever the need be? I don't think a further explanation is needed.

2. Speedy superhero clothes-changing

Please tell me how Superman changes so fast in a tiny phonebooth. Explain to me how Spiderman can run into an alley and come out ten seconds later fully decked out in Spandex. If you can riddle me that, I will forever worship you.

3. Draw lips

Lips are pretty.

4. Imitate every accent perfectly

Accents are teh bomb, and even though my British accent is quite good, I think, my Iranian and New Yorker ones are lacking. Extra-fun for pranks.

5. Sleep with my eyes open

Creepy, but awesome. Never again would I have to worry about people trying to do stuff to me while I dozed off innocently, or be wary of detection while napping during class.

 

*MAY ADD TO IF IDEAS STRIKE ME*

Oct. 19th, 2008

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Writer's Block: Forbidden Reading

From Judy Blume to V.C. Andrews, there's always a book circulating among teens that their parents don't want them to read. What favorite book did you have to hide from your parents?

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Let's just say I'm glad my dear mummy doesn't know what really went on in 'American Psycho'. 'Nuff said.

Or a lot of other stuff I read. *shrug*

In other news, I figured out how to work my awesome camera from my uncle and am going to be taking pictures w/it now. The only thing is that it's sorta ancient and still uses film (le gasp). Yep. Ooh, and the retreat was this weekend. I'll tell y'all about that later. Busy attempt to watch 'True Blood' and 'House' at the same time.
 

Oct. 14th, 2008

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Writer's Block: A.A. Milne

Some people find Eeyore’s gloomy outlook charming. Others prefer the bouncy enthusiasm of Tigger. Who would you rather be trapped in an elevator with: Eeyore or Tigger?

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Mmmph. Obviously Eeyore. Can you imagine being stuck in an elevator with Tigger? *shudders* Look, I love that Tiger, but that would be terrible. I think it would go something like this:

Me- Gah. Why is this taking so long?
Tigger- Hahahaheehoo! What's the matter, grumpy-pants?
Me- Well, it appears that we're stuck in an elevator.
Tigger- An adventure! I love adventures! Let's find a way to escap-ah-rooni, new buddy! I'm sure I can find one! Us tiggers are good at things like that, you know!
TIGGER BOUNCES AROUND MADLY TO NO AVAIL
I TRY THE EMERGENCY PHONE TO NO AVAIL
BOUNCING CONTINUES AS I CURL INTO FETAL POSITION
I BEGIN THINKING OF POSSIBLE SUICIDE WEAPONS

Where as the confinement with Eeyore would only be a little annoying:
Me- Gah. Why is this taking so long?
Eeyore- I think we're trapped. This always happens to me. I'm just bad luck bait.
Me- Ah, cheer up. It's not as if we're going to die. Someone will probably find us before starvation sets in.
Eeyore- We're going to die.
I SHRUG
EEYORE HUFFS
EMERGENCY PHONE ETC.
MUTUAL WHINING

Honestly, though, I'm not sure there's a right answer to this question. How exactly did they get from the Hundred-Acre Wood to this elevator?

Oct. 11th, 2008

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Writer's Block: Live from New York

Saturday Night Live, hosted by George Carlin, aired live from New York for the first time in 1975. The cast of SNL has been through many changes in the show’s history, from Chevy Chase to Tina Fey. Who was the funniest?

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I just had to be the first to answer this one- be right back with an answer!

*EDIT*

Mmmkay. Very schweet that, according to LJ, I'm the only person who's replied to this Writer's Block so far (who doesn't love these little laurels we give ourselves?).

Anyways, I lovelovelove SNL. Definitely one of my favourite shows on T.V. I've been watching it for about a year now, so I don't presume to know who used to be on it. I'm sure they were hilarious. The current cast is fantastic, though, and all of them are great fun. Keenan, Amy, Andy, Tina (sorta, for now while she rocks the Palin), etc. Gotta love 'em.

Oct. 4th, 2008

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I don't really know how to tell you this, but our affair is over. I think I realized it when I saw the shrunken head with George Bush and his wife and I saw you sit on my avocado plant. I'm sure you're high enough to understand that Santa doesn't exist. I'm returning your memories from the military service to you, but I'll keep your mom as a memory. You should also know that I told in my confession today about your eggplant-fetishism.

Good luck on your short-term leave from jail,
-Stubby

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