Monday, October 30, 2006
For some reason beyond the realm of explanation, I have fostered a robust hatred for the word actually over the course of the past few weeks.
Not actuality or actual, just actually.
Methinks this is largely a function of the context in which I have overheard the usage of this word.
With the exception of one usage, the consistent application of this word has served no more purpose than to imply...
"Look turd brains, unlike me, you have far less than a clue, perhaps even a negative clue. It is truly your lucky day, consider I have graced you with my presence. Let my grand intellect do you a favor just this once, since I am such a great and benevolent being, and give you just a glimpse of knowing the real truth. BTW you suck and your mother dresses you funny, and not funny like a clown."
If I ruled the world, I would grant people slapping rights upon hearing that word in a conversation.
Saturday, October 28, 2006
Friday, October 27, 2006
Monday, October 23, 2006
Thursday, October 19, 2006
Wednesday, October 18, 2006
Monday, October 16, 2006
Why am I doing the apple diet?
For the story and I don't feel like cooking.
In other news, that picture of those freakishly big solo cups? That was all CJ's and smell my face belt buckle rob's. There you go.
In other other news, I have gone far too long being annoyed, not only by the phrase soup to nuts, but by wondering what the heck does it mean?
Turns out it refers to a full course meal, probably of med. decent, as they tend to feature an app. of soup, main course and nut based dessert. There you go.
Now I can go on just being annoyed at the phrase.
And while we are on the origin of phrases, you are not gonna believe me, but I am gonna tell you anyways...last week...in training...the teacher definitely used the phrase "laying in the cut."
Anyone know what that means? Well, I am gonna tell ya. In prisons, there are certain areas just beyond the view of security cameras. These are referred to as "the cut." Laying in the cut refers to the act of stealthily waiting, just out of camera view, most like to attack someone with a stabbing device, otherwise known as a shank or a shiv.
Speaking of shanks and shivs, I figured out what I will bestow upon my groomsmen. Monogramed throwing knives. Sweet.
Well, time to go.
I have two apples with my name on them.
Friday, October 06, 2006
Thursday, October 05, 2006
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
While out of the office last we, we decided to redesign one of our co-worker's cubicle.
Compared to the grossly inefficient full size cubicle, the new economy-sized cubicle has been designed to enhance productivity by limiting distracting window access, abundant oxygen, and wasted movement.
Monday, October 02, 2006
While waiting in line to buy tickets, I looked over at some guy in the line next to ours. As he approached the ticket booth, he stood on his tippy toes to get a bird's eye view of the ticket wench's cleavage. He then proceeded to give ye olde motorboat to said wench.
Right then, I knew the bar was set high.
Probably a bit too high, cause nothing else came close to topping that in terms of highlights.
A distant second was a 9 year old boy dressed as a viking. He was watching "Human Chess" and was calling out the opposing team, demanding to "KILL HIM! CUT OFF HIS HEAD! ROCK ONNNNNNNN SIR WILLIAM!" He was really into this thing, probably to an unhealthy extent given his age.
Then in a sad reality check of life, an eight year old girl asked him why he was wearing tights. Ouch!
Stay tuned, coming soon, another volley in the war of the office pranks.