July 3, 2011

2:30 AM.

Being awake at 2:30 AM and not able to sleep totally sucks because you can’t write on anyone’s Facebook wall “Hey, hope your summer is going well, I miss you!” without thinking they’re thinking you’re being weird or naked or both.

Just saying.

July 3, 2011


The richest person on Earth is totally going to be whoever invents a pillow that never gets hot.  I’m calling it now.

I’m talking a legit pillow that doesn’t get hot on either side, ever, no matter how long you sleep on it, and not one of those liar pillows that they sell for too much money on TV. 1

Seriously, if you invent this pillow, they’ll make all kinds of Oscar-winning movies about you.  Like Amadeus, only you’ll be more important than Mozart ever was because you pretty much single-handedly did something way more important than NASA and the Beatles put together.

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April 25, 2011

MUSIC MONDAY 4.25.2011.

Music Monday is a feature where I tell you what you should or should not be listening to because I have better tastes than you do.

Artist: Jessie J
Who You Are

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April 21, 2011


The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a darn good video game.  The best video game, some would even say. 1 For such a good game, though, it has a lot 2 of flaws.  I’m going to count them down from order of least lame to most lame.

5. The Golden Goddesses Story

How many times do you have to hear this thing?  Okay, only like twice, but when you’ve played Ocarina of Time multiple times it just becomes a tedious–and unskippable–cutscene.  I guess the real flaw here is the unskippability of cutscenes, but this is the only real cinematic one that you’d ever care to skip. And this one (well, two different ones that are almost the same) plays twice, once being told by the Deku tree and once by Princess Zelda.

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April 20, 2011


I refuse to write about the time I kicked that guy in the stomach at the haunted house again.  I’ve done that like 3 times now.

April 18, 2011

MUSIC MONDAY 4.18.2011.

Music Monday is a feature where I tell you what you should or should not be listening to because I have better tastes than you do.

Artist: Janelle Monaé
The ArchAndroid

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April 17, 2011


Blogs are, in case you were wondering because were raised by cheetahs as one of their own for your entire life (I’m looking at you, Hussein Bolt), like journals on the Internet: things that you pay detailed attention to for approximately two weeks to three months, depending on your attention span, then ignore for three more months until you find it all dusty under your bed, but it’s totally okay because nobody read it but you anyways.

I’m practically a professional blogger.  The amount of times I’ve redesigned, reorganized, and rewritten this same blog just to abandon it recklessly later is astounding.  If you’ve never been here before then you should know that this is, by no means, a new blogger making a new blog.  This is not a promising young artist painting a new modern art piece.  No, this is more like that hobo you see downtown outside the pancake house every day making 35 copies of the same painting of outer space for $15 a pop.

One time this blog died and I replaced it with another beta fish of the exact same color and you never even noticed. 1  That’s how good at blogging I am.

So what is this blog?  It’s a humor blog, I’ll go ahead and say it.  But it’s only going to be found funny by three people.  Not three types of people, mind you, three people total:

  1. Me, but only after 3:00 AM.
  2. Someone in Antarctica who doesn’t have Internet access and will never get the chance to actually read any of this, but I swear he’d find it hilarious.
  3. My aunt, Lois.

Part of the reason that I’m so good at blogging is because I only have a max of what, five stories to tell?  Not even five interesting stories or five funny stories, just five stories period.  So if you want to hear five stories about an uninteresting young man who occasionally pees in graduated cylinders because Science told him to (and I’m not talking about Tom Cruise!), come back here every 6 months or so and you’ll get to read them over and over, retold slightly differently every time.

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