Nancy - 2005-11-02 10:27:33
good for the good news.........always sad for the bad news. Have fun at your next party. You've got the house to blast....errrr HAVE a blast at... I mean.. ((hugs))
SAJ - 2005-11-02 10:42:56
and what did you say in your funny high pitched helium voice?
laura - 2005-11-02 10:59:44
Nancy: turns out, all the Cobra pilots are a tight-knit group, only four squadrons in the WORLD, so my BIL will definitely know the two who died. As my sis just said, somebody's worst nightmare is coming true today. SAJ: I muttered under my breath "Hey, what about me? I'm a hottie, too." There's a whole story behind that, but suffice it to say, it must be said in a munchkin voice, and we say it often around our house.
MistressMary - 2005-11-02 12:19:16
Helium is one of the few substances/drugs in this world that I have never tried. Note to kids: I do not condone drug use. Drugs are bad for you. Seriously, they are.
Lisa V - 2005-11-02 22:57:32
dooce once wrote a post that said in order to not end a sentence in a preposition, she ended it in "motherfucker." So your sentence would read "... all of which I excel in, motherfucker." See how proud your English teacher would be ?
laura - 2005-11-03 09:58:58
Lisa: I heard it as an Aggie joke back in grad school. Our professor, who was also the city manager of San Antonio at the time, and a very, very funny irreverent man, told it like this: An Aggie gets into Harvard Law, and strikes up a conversation with a fellow classmate. "So, where'd you get your undergraduate degree at?" he asked. "At Haaaahvahd Law, we do not end a sentence in a preposition," replied his snooty classmate. "Oh, well then. Where'd you get your undergraduate degree at, asshole?"

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