Sunday, December 02, 2007

I slept

until 1:53pm today! After a crazy night of catching up on Gossip Girl, The Hills and Red Eye. Like when I yawn while people are talking to me and say, "It's not that I'm tired, it's that my brain needs oxygen," it's not that I'm tired right now, it's my body needs sleep.

Also, I'm having a love affair with my electric blanket. I can't believe I didn't have one for so long. Guess it took living in an apartment with questionable heat to make me see what I was missing.

11 comments:

Ted said...

I watched the last two Red Eye episodes last night (Devo Guy and Dee Snyder). If you did any of the writing in those...they were really funny.

My quest for a Nintendo WII ended this morning. I got up at 5:00am (that sucked) and got to the Best Buy at 6:45am (the store didn't open until 10:00am. It was a like a mad house down there. Santa's little helper froze his ass off but I was able to create a few gems in the process...enjoy:

Alison Rosen, If insightful commentary was Viagra, she would arouse me for up to 4 hours…anything longer would require medical attention….my doctor is on standby!

If hilarity was a cement truck, he’d be pumped until his load hardened.

or Mike Baker, if brains were a cement truck, I’d pump his load until it was hard.

or Mike Baker, if brains were a cement truck, I'd pump his load...hard.

Greg Gutfeld, If comedy was a Foley catheter, He’d be painful at first and then provide much needed relief.

If hotness was a bag of M&Ms, she would melt in my hands and not in my mouth…yes, I’m that good people!

Shira Lazar, If sexiness and insightful commentary was Homey D. Clown…Homey would play that!

If Red Eye was an anachronism, then Greg Gutfeld would be invited to the 2008 Emmy Awards. (This one makes sense to me! LOL)

Rebecca Gomez, If hotness was earwax, I would insert my tip until she came with me.

If brains were everlasting gobstoppers, I’d suck her forever. Yes, she’s that smart!

Bill Schulz, If coolness was a xylophone, he’d have rainbow colored keys and play twinkle twinkle little star. Yes, he’s that cool!

If brains were a new puppy, I'd give her a large bone and when I was finished, pat her on the head and say "good dog."

Chris Blevins said...

I ended up sleeping until about 12:45 today. But then again, I do that all of the time. I'd hate to ever go back to working during the day time again.

Anonymous said...

Frickin Quote of the Frigin Day:


"What's the difference between the two words "FRIGIN" and "FRICKIN" 'cause I got no FRICKING clue to the FRIGING answer."


Jack "I luv my FRIGING name"
and living in FRICKING BOISE" HOFF,

Idaho

Anonymous said...

I think I got you beat Ali. Fri. night I stayed up till about 3:00 A.m. ( I guess that would make it Saturday morning.) I slept until 9:00 that night. Total of 17 hrs. Then when I got up, I stayed up till midnight, then I slept until 12:30 this afternoon. Let's see that's almost 30 hrs in two days. I haven't really done much today. Been feeling too sluggish. I guess my body needed the rest. That's why I haven't posted until now. I don't like to post when I'm feeling crummy. Nothing good ever comes from it. Ha! Anyway, that explains my absence. For those of you keeping score at home. Well, I'm off to go chill. I'll be back on track tomorrow. Then I'll get my creative juices flowing again. Goodnight e'rbody.

Michael.
La.

P.s Glad you got your nintendo Ted!

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, one more thing. Ali, the link that you have about your Dec. 3. show won't let you click on it.

Michael. "Helpy helperton."
La.

Ted said...

Well, since sleep is the topic of the day, I fell asleep after my last post and just woke up...8:00pm. LOL

Oh, I hate to admit it but I am a big Laguna Beach / The Hills fan. I enjoy reality shows with Big Brother being my favorite.

Anyway, yeah Michael it was crazy trying to get a WII (Alison is probably like STFU about it already). After I bought all the accessories and games, It was about $500. That was just one of several gifts to buy. Argh!

Nice job in spotting that inactive link...I actually saw that so maybe I will get an honorable mention. Just kidding to the victor goes the spoils. Michael 2 Ted 1

Oh, thanks for fixing the Laura Leu link (Say that 5 times in a row)...It's not often someone will post a pic of themselves squatting between two cars. Priceless!

Ok, this is proof that if my wordplay career fails, I can make it in the music industry:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2x2W12A8Qow

Anonymous said...

My horoscope for today:

sagittarius
Relationship elevator going up. Today you'll want to spend more time with someone you find special. That's because today the stage is set for your relationships to improve and mature. If possible, try planning something unique with that someone special. And don't let outside influences interrupt your time together.

love***** money*** work****

Michael.
La.

Anonymous said...

I heard the electro-magnetic waves from electric blankets give you cancer. Carmen Electra notwithstanding.

Anonymous said...

Man, I got the red ass today. (That's a southern saying.) I always get up right before 10 am every weekday morning to watch my favorite tv show, Dallas. At the bottom of the screen it said staring next week it will be on at 4 am. I don't know if that's eastern time or what. This is a travesty. First Red Eye, now this? I'll find a way to watch it, but what the hell? Okay, I'm through bitching. Right now this is like a half-time for me. There is an hour before the O.C. comes on. I hope that one is not next on the list. Okay, starting now I'm through bitchin'.

Alison: if quick wit along with beauty were my favorite cereal, I would be all up in her Honey Comb hideout. I swear I just made that up just now. And I wasn't even tryin'. Kudos for me.

Michael.
La.

Anonymous said...

I have observed something very alarming. The fact that we men are about to become obsolete. First off, women have hmmm, how can I put this...they have fake penis' so we're no longer needed in that area. Then they have all these quickie oil and lube stations... I could go on and on... But the final straw was the fact that they now have sophisticated jar openers. That was pretty much our last line of defense. I don't know the solution to this. Alls I know is, we're on the virge of not being needed.

I probably could have made that a little bit better, but I'm still distraught over the Dallas schedule change. So bear with me.

Michael.
La.

Anonymous said...

Okay, one more thing before I get ready for the O.C..... I noticed in a couple programs that I flipped through this morning, and noticed that they had people to do sign language. My question is this. Is sign language a universal language, or is it different for various languages? For example, If I were an american, which I am, would I be able to understand someone who is...let's say French?
Hmmmmmmmm.

Michael.
La.