Sunday, March 23, 2008

Isn't it funny?

How you can think you really know yourself and then one day you're sitting there and you realize that when it comes to sugar-free Jell-o you really prefer raspberry to cherry? I think it's a laugh riot!

And that brings me to the following Blash-up. For the uninitiated, a blash-up is a blog mash-up, basically two lists in one. I used to do them all the time, then I stopped for some reason.

BLASH-UP: Things which are jiggly/Reasons for breaking up

Because you've fallen out of love
Because he doesn't like women (and you are a woman)
Silicon implants
Because he's sleeping with your best friend
Beef Consomme
Because he's sleeping with Beef Consomme
hair gel
Because you need to "find yourself," whatever that means
Bad news: he's your long lost brother! (oh come on, I defy you to stay in that relationship)


Anonymous said...

Quote of the truth:

"Would you kill me to host the show ?"

----Greg Gutfeld on "THE MOMENT OF TRUTH"

Anonymous said...

for some reason, I thought Dom Delouise was going to be on this list.


Anonymous said...

Isn't it also funny that when reading this, that guy from Fat Albert popped in my head. You know the one that talks like this, "Heybe Fabit Abert, whabit arble webe gobing toble doble tobledaby?" That's like weird science or something.

On a different hemisphere, would it be redundant to say that The Best Week Ever was The Best Week Ever? My fav. part was when they showed Rosie and her counterparts making a blog video and Sherrod Small said they need to find the coordinates of that boat and sink it. I gotta admit, Ross the Intern freaks me out.


Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, back at the ranch. I also wanted to say that the Page Six article was to die for. It's refreshing to see a woman dress incognito while doing the destination thingie. It can't always be glitz and glam. Well, I guess it could, but let's face it, that would be Boooriiing!


P.S. I just noticed that my word verification letters are "hulpho." I swear it's true, I'm not making this up. I'm gonna write O'Reilly and tell him not to be a hulpho. I also googled it and it said did you mean halpho? And I'm saying no, I didn't mean that. I don't know what I mean. It just looks like it should be a word.