Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Slapped with the Stupid Stick & My Advice

It's a good thing that I only had two requests for advice. Today was my first day of school and I'm beat. I just woke up from a nap and I can't do much more than drool.

So now that I feel like I've been slapped with the stupid stick, I will dispense my soul-crushing advice:

dragonlady474 said...
Why am I a weirdo magnet??


Why worry about attracting the odd person here and there? Not only does it make you look more normal, but attracting Rev. Jim-types actually gives you material for jokes, stories, books, and someone to blame when the cops start asking questions.


Deathlok said...
I always thought of myself as the Kite Eating Tree.


So if people throw objects toward you, it can only be surmised that you eat them? Hmm...I can relate to this problem, as can many others in Western society. While kites and Schroeder's piano are examples of high fiber food choices, eating such objects might make little kids cry since you are taking away a hobby or a toy. My advice is to replace the random items thrown your way with cheesesteaks. You have a better representation of the food pyramid: bread/grains, dairy, fats, protein, and vegetables if you include onions and a side of french fries. It might be better to be a chessesteak eatin' tree.

Not exactly soul-crushing advice, I'm too tired for Lucy-like mean. :)

5 comments:

dragonlady474 said...

So what you're saying is that I look good by comparison? Brilliant!! :)

RT said...

Yep!!! I'm the queen of looking at the bright side of things! Just think of how much better you look when in the company of wacky folks.

Deathlok said...

Mmmmm, this cheesesteak is GREAT!! Thanks!!

Wyatt Earp said...

Can I throw a shoe at Deathlok?

RT said...

Deathlock: Just don't burp and breath on someone at the same time. I know guys like to do that stuff....yuk!

Wyatt: You get what you give. If you throw a shoe, you might get nailed with something far worse....mmmmm....maybe a Timberland boot or something. That could cause a brain injury. Oh wait...