Wednesday, January 18, 2006

A Metaphorical Fork and Knife

Ok well this is Rachel and Jon (who comments all the time but never gets to actually make a blog) filling in for Sam. Who just got home. After like 11 hours of non play practice and then hanging out (for lack of anything i mean anything better to do) at my father's office. Jon and I made bracelets. Cool ones- not some dinky crap you people are making.

Well. Jon says ello ello without the h and he's not british and he's not trying to spell love like that stupid song that is on Q102 until you are thinking about stabbing your ears with pencils so you no longer have to listen. At like 6:00 in the morning on your bus. And you could drive but then you couldn't read your book which is stupid anyway and hard to understand... especially because some stupid freshman stole your seat near the heater and you're really cold... (if you aren't in highschool when you get there LEAVE THE WARM HEATER SEATS FOR THE UPPERCLASSMEN!!)

For all of you poptart obsessed: Sam and I made cupcakes and now we are eating them. We also bought some stupid poptarts at the store. they didn't have icing. but there is icing on the cupcakes and blue sprinkles that Sam picked out.

Jon says he hates poetry. And that it is the "bane of his existence". Bane is a bad thing. but it sounds like a good thing. Like I bane my brother. As in I love him. or hit him on the head. One or the other.

I have to go now. It's time to watch Friends. And bane Sam on the head. It'll be just like that time I cut his hair and then they had to shave it all off... well not all of it...

10 comments:

Everybody Dance Now said...

POETRY ANALYSIS BAD!!! KILL ENGLISH EXAM GRADE!!!! SMITE POETRY ANALYSIS!!!

But writing it is awesomely sweet.

Cupcakes good. Who would have guessed that one of the ingrediants was... nah I won't spoil the surprise, but it is such an odd ingrediant... I feel as though i spelled that incorrectly.

Your loyal (to poptarts) reader said...

POPTARTS!!!!!!!!!!!!
THANK YOU for writing about poptarts! It's time those wonderful (ly evil) things get publically recognized, especially writen about so many...

POPTARTS ARE AWESOME!!!

Jeff said...

I made a bracelet once...or at least, I tried to. It turned into a screwed up version of twine wrapped around more twine in a way that it became a bracelet. I finally gave up on it and added a plastic blue gem and called it "The Bane of Vampires". Such a catchy name. On the subject of poptarts, don't eat them. They contain lots of trans-fatty acids. And, for those of you who payed attention to your Home Ec. teacher or health teacher, trans-fatty acids are the bane of human kind. Okay, maybe not the bane, but they are still super bad for you. Don't eat them. Okay, I'm done rambling.

Abby said...

hey, i've made some pretty non-dinky bracelets in my time, thank you very much.

yay! i like cupcakes :-)

Everybody Dance Now said...

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CARISSA! said...

Poetry... i despise, hate, deplore, disdain, cannot stand, loathe, scorn, deride, abhor, and in gernaral dislike it.

but cupcakes are good.

CARISSA! said...

But i don't hate english. Or writing. That part is fun.

VISIT MY BLOG PEOPLE! *Such as sam*

Not even a little bit anonymous said...

I liked the rachel/jon blog entry alot. Cupcakes, especially homemade ones are fantastic; poptarts, not so much.

I have been having a lot of guilt about letting Rachel cut Sam's hair but even tho its pretty short it looks good (you should have seen it Sunday night right after the deed) and thank goodness for Martha who knew that Armando's (where "everybody dance now" gets his haircut and look how good he looks) was open Monday. I guess the moral of the haircut is don't drive without a license, don't practice law without a license, and don't cut hair (well, you know how this sentence should end).

Jesse said...

Don't insult poets. My dad is a poet... but his poems don't rhyme.

Everybody Dance Now said...

So does your dad write free verse cause poems are just generically filled with rhymes. Most do not.