I'm sick of the username “skryche” and tired of being shy about sharing my Livejournal. skryche
is now closed. I shall continue my bloggening at another address.
Mon, Jul. 31st, 2006, 04:03 pm
Pun Of The Day
A landscaping service called “Lawn Order”.
After (“Dubious and Puffy as Hell”):
And then today after brunch, she steps on a big wad of gum.
http://www.youtube.com/group/theoffice My Vision:
Create a 20 second promo for NBC’s “The Office”. Shoot your own original footage plus you may use the optional “The Office “ music and graphics provided in a download kit at http://www.nbc.com/The_Offi
... . Winners’ promos will appear on NBC and “The Office” Web site on NBC.com.
What if The Office were a British
The clip would be moments from the first episode, but full of UK cliches; like, seen through a Wee Britain
lens. Everyone would have terrible Cockney accents.
I would like to see the non-existent movie You, Me, Dupree, and Everyone We Know
As this is unlikely, I'll be happy with a recording of Owen Wilson saying, “You poop into my butt hole and I poop into your butt hole... back and forth... forever.”
I'll make it into a ringtone.
I think the US Justice system intentionally sabotages the above time-management method by not setting specific jailtimes for each crime. For instance, if I plan to commit aggravated assault, how do I know how many years to block out in my PDA? It'll all depends on the skill of my lawyer, how much my judge likes/dislikes me, etc.
I don't really care all that much about the origins of the phrase, but I loved this quotation:
...and word historian Charles E. Funk, who wrote: "One monkey arouses a great deal of amusement. Two or more then double the...amusement. If one were to release a barrelful...of monkeys, we must suppose that their antics would become hilariously comical."http://ask.yahoo.com/20060707.html