Tuesday, December 04, 2007

Just some advice . . .

1. Do NOT drink a huge soda and then drink a huge mocha frappuccino. It will only leave you speaking really fast, full of unmanageable energy, and quite jittery. People will think you are on crack.

2. If you are a guy and you dye your hair black, PLEASE do not allow your blonde or red beard/mustache/peach fuzz to grow. It looks silly! How can you be all big and bad and EMO if that happens? Huh? You might also want to dye your eyebrows.

3. Similarly, if you have dark brown to black hair and are of a background that gives you darker than an olive complexion (East Asian/South Asian), do not bleach your hair. it comes out yellow and very brassy. It does not make you look healthy and it looks awful. I thought we learned some people just shouldn't be blondes when Eminen was big. All kinds of bad bleach jobs back then, eh?

4. When posting 50 questions, and you are asked to name your favorite planet, try not to have a blonde moment. Well, more than a blonde moment. I f'kd up, and I was apparently smoking something the day we went over planets in my earth science class in 9th grade. Good thing I'm not an astronaut.

7 comments:

vincent_antonelli said...

I thought the moon comment was very appropriate. Sure, it's not a planet technically, but its the only big round thing you can really see. So what good are the others? Really, who could pick Neptune? No one's ever seen it, how could it be someone's favorite?

RT said...

Thank you for being nice about my "moment." :)

Now I feel bad about the video and booze comments. NOT!

Wyatt Earp said...

Sure, it's not a planet technically, but its the only big round thing you can really see.

Actually, she saw me at Deathlok's place . . .

RT said...

Was it a full moon that night? I think it was. heh.

RT said...

So what good are the others? Really, who could pick Neptune? No one's ever seen it, how could it be someone's favorite?

Yeah, because PLUTO turned out so well for the scientists, eh?

(It took almost 24 hours. I'm slow.)

Mrs Grim said...

#1 - Not to mention the frequent trips to the Ladies Room, I imagine.

Well, ya know, the Moon IS the only stellar object that we can clearly see. And, actually, I never picked up on the fact that it is not a planet when I read your answers. It SHOULD be a planet, right?

RT said...

#1. When you are a teacher, you develop a bladder of steel. That's all I'm gonna say (and I was on a field trip, so the steel rule had to be in use).

Yes, the moon SHOULD be a planet. I'm going to officially name it a planet. The planet Moon! I know. You know how they name things after scientists? I'm declaring myself a scientist. I now name the Moon, RT!