Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Gurl, I need to get my hair did. Seriously, My 'do is looking quite bushy these days... and that's just unacceptable.
Yesterday, I had a really good hair day. After showering & beating toweling off, I slapped on some hair product, bent over to pick up the brush I just dropped, pulled down the back of my chonies to let loose a fart (yeah, like y'all don't do that too), and then looked in the mirror.
I was pleasantly surprised to see that my hair had fallen perfectly into place. It never fails, I only have good hair on days when I'm either going to work, or staying in for the night.
Driving in to work, I couldn't help but sing Amanda Lepore's anthem: "I don't know much about clothes, but my hair looks fierce"! ....because it did.
Well, Karma is a cruel bitch....and Vanity likes to laugh in your face. I found this out when I popped into the workplace's restroom (upon arriving to Le Workplace) to check my look in the mirror. Somehow, my hair managed to transform itself into a pile of what looked like out-of-control pubic & armpit hair...well, maybe that's a bad image...let's just say that it looked more like a brillo pad. Le sigh.
Supercuts, here I come!
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
For me, the best part of Halloween is having an excuse to dress in drag... er... I mean, all of the candy that finds its way to my desk. Someone at the workplace is a kindred spirit and has been providing me with daily handfuls of Root Beer Barrels. Mmm...I can suck on these little chubs all day long...and I do.
Many years ago, when my body was naturally smooth I Trick-R-Treated in my neighborhood, I would usually end up disappointed after dumping out my stash, only to find that I had amassed a bag full of Dum-Dums, licorice, melted & "reformed" chocolate (aka last year's chocolate), butterscotch, fruit (WTF?), pencils, and pennies... but the most hated candy was, and still is: Candy Corn....does anyone actually like this crap?
I was always lucky enough to find that one house that left a bowl full of candy, along with a note that asked that we only take ONE candy EACH... yeah...right, Suckas!!
Last Halloween, I made the mistake of buying way too much chocolate (the good stuff too), and hardly any kids showed up. The last family that came to my door had about 5 kids with them, and let me tell you, they scored... big time. As they walked away, one of the kids said to his parents "Let's come back to this house again next year".
Little do they know that I'm turning off all the lights early and watching TV in the dark... Suckas!
Monday, October 19, 2009
Well, Thank You very much, my Taiwanese SpamBots...you have forced my hand to enable the Word Verification function. Now, whenever a treasured reader leaves me a comment, they have one more step to take.
Thanks for making everyone's lives a Living Hell.
P.S. : the above pic has absoultely nothing to do with this post, (which isn't much of a post in itself...more of a rant), I just like it...and I'm a little envious of that troll's booty.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
I've always been tempted to buy a Ouija Board, but never knew where to go to buy one. I just want to see if the thing really works. I've lived a very sheltered life. I've never even played that party levitation game Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board.
I've heard tons of stories from friends that claim that the thing really works...followed by stern warnings to NOT buy or USE a Ouija... EVER! That only makes me want to use one even more.
Have any of you used a Ouija before....if yes...what happened?
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Over the weekend, I saw the much anticipated movie (for me anyway), Paranormal Activity. I had read about all of the hype this movie was generating and how it was supposed to be one of the scariest movies ever made....I was really hoping that I'd leave the theater having my $hit freaked out.
What a HUGE let down. Yes, the movie was good and it had its moments of suspense...but the best part(s) of this movie were the last 10 minutes. It was a little too slow moving for me. I kept yelling (mentally) : "Come on Spookies...do something!"
On the plus side: there was more comedy in this movie than I expected, and the male lead was pretty easy on the eyes (and he had nice big feets!), and the final couple of scenes were seriously intense. I do recommend this movie...just don't be a sucka like me, and fall for all the hype!