Tuesday, April 29, 2008


Baby poop on your clean sheets.

Friday, April 25, 2008


Here's what was on our kitchen walls when we moved in. Taking this down was both the most enjoyable and miserable experience. To see our kitchen walls now, click HERE.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Lame moms

The rule at preschool drop-off is this: You are to walk your child up the drive, down the path and around to the back, where you are to take them through the door and deliver them to the teacher. This rule was explained to each parent on the first day of school and sent home on the page of written rules. Yet, every day I see at least 2 moms kicking their kid at the curb and sending them in alone. I know this isn't the biggest deal, but it really, really bugs me. And I'm totally judging those moms now.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008


I just found out my favorite lotion in the whole wide world, Aveeno Daily Firming Moisturizer, has BHT in it. BHT!! Why on earth???

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Lame linguists

Every year a team of linguists chooses new words to admit into the dictionary. These didn't make it. So uncool.....Crench and phib are my phavorite, 'cause I do them a lot.

sampleton-the person in the picture that comes with a wallet
fruttle-clown feces
ploof-to lose a contact lens in a urinal
crench-to lean against the sink and get your crotch wet
-to claim you're awake when someboby calls, even though you've been sleeping
deodritus-the last remaining flakes of deodorant scraped onto your armpit
-a morbid obsession with Ponce de Leon
pleln-the area between your arm and front yard

Sunday, April 20, 2008


On the way home from the movies Thursday, we made one of the biggest mistakes of our lives. We stopped at the Iceberg off the Thanksgiving Point exit. We only ordered something small, which they got wrong, and it was totally grody. But besides the yuck food, the place was the dirtiest dump we've ever seen. The tables literally had a film of grease on them. I tried to wipe ours off, and the napkin turned black. The weirdest thing was, there were TONS of people there. They must have all been first-time customers. No normal person would ever go twice, would they?