Monthly Archives: February 2011

nectar of life

And by “die” you mean “get the worst headache EVER until the next caffeine fix.”


It figuratively stinks when statements like these are true.

Collinsville, I have driven through many a town like you.

they’re mm-mmm good!

What, they’re good enough to die for and I don’t even get a picture? I feel cheated.

surprisingly literal

Courtesy of my mom, who knows way more about this grammar stuff than I ever will.

P.S. Happy Birthday, Dad!

rest at peace

I get the feeling that when people say things like “my phone literally died” that their parents did a horrible job explaining to them the death-concept when their goldfish, hermit crab, gerbil, etc. moved on.

Perhaps all of us parents ought to feel a terrible weight of responsibility on our shoulders in regards to this… or maybe we should just teach our kids good grammar. Learn ’em good. Learn ’em real good.

wasn’t there a movie about that?

Please stop using literature as an excuse to misuse the word “literally.” Please, I’m begging you.

ah, sweet romance

Ok, crazy.

if this is all i have to look forward to, i give up.

In the words of Jack Nicholson, “What if this is as good as it gets?”

uh oh

*stomps foot*

Who’s going to clean up this mess?!

conceptual surgery

My attitude needs an adjustment after reading this, but not (you guessed it!) literally.

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