February 20th, 2006
|09:30 am - Cartoons and fun.|
A very special thanks to creature_tamer, tesinth, and singingwren for sitting around, re-living childhood with me last weekend.
We watched ten hours of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, and it was good.
Thanks for coming by and enjoying.
Last night, I had a dream in which The Princess Bride was done by porpoises. Or maybe seals. I'm not entirely certain. While I know what the differece between the two is, they looked like seals, but in my mind they were definitely porpoises. Perhaps they were porpoises wearing disguises?
I have a fairly nasty cold, but it's just head-stuff, so I'm still functional. I just sound pretty bad and blow my nose a lot.
I'm going to have to write an annotated vocational statement. I'll turn it in without the notation, but the annotated version will be fully available to anyone interested, I think. It will contain some interesting information.
I think I will visit my parents in Chicago this weekend, and will see latexpussy, ferrelux and bangkokrobot. I want to visit the Baha'i temple in Willmette, IL, on Saturday.
I have replaced something of value, something I lost a year and a half ago.
For my own amusement, please take a moment or two to check these out and do them:
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Someday I Will", -JB
Ooo, if you go to the Baha'i Temple, please take lots of good pics... one of my best friends/LJ buddies is Baha'i, and I've become ever-increasingly fascinated with the faith...
I don't know anything about the faith. But I'm really more interested in the archetecture. :)
They were poiposefully trying to deceive you into thinking they were seals.
I knew it!
Wait, was that a pun?
Thank YOU! That was so much fun. :)
Only problem is I still have all these He-man songs and jokes stuck in my head, such that I want to reference it randomly but there's no one around me who would understand. :P
|Date:||February 20th, 2006 05:48 pm (UTC)|| |
MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE!!!!!
He-MAN!!! I have the power!!!
BTW, that's neat that you found a 'nohari's window.' Everyone has been doing those, but I have been lazy and not done them. I filled out a couple for people, but... haha. Maybe I'll gank both of those later.
The nohari's was hard, though, because you have to pick at LEAST 5 flaws and it's like... damn, you really have to stretch to match the words they give you with some people. :P
If you're dreaming porpoises dressed up as seals doing a remake of Princess Bride I *so* want whatever you're drinking!
I'll see if I can't help, but man, I have a few other things written down that I thought about last night and this morning that you might not want to be party to.
|Date:||February 20th, 2006 05:47 pm (UTC)|| |
I'd love to see your vocational statement.
AAAAA!!!! I FORGOT TO LOG IN!!!!
He-Man: I loved that the most powerful man in the universe wasn't the most powerful being in the universe, or even the most powerful person (that was the Sorceress.)
nohari: That was difficult. "Chaotic" is the only adjective I don't feel I need to explain. The rest were negative descriptions of traits that aren't necessarily bad.
I think I like the Nohari because it's so difficult, and you learn a lot more than you do from the first one.
Actually, though, even the Sorceress was limited in her power compared to a number of people. And Skeletor is generally more powerful than she is, but Skeletor is not more powerful than He-Man and the Sorceress combined.
The answers given in the nohari thing are bunk. But, I'll just go sit in my corner and foam at the mouth and some junk.
Yeay! You're visiting. bangkokrobot
says he wants to visit you in a boat and he'll do the "channy-chan dance" (it's a three year old thing). He also says "Monka" goes bye-bye with y'all too.
Does this mean I have to bring Monika as well? I guess we could fly her in. . .
You sit there and foam. That's what you do, isn't it?
Thanks again for your great hospitality over the weekend. :) Lots of fun, and fortunately no trees were harmed in the making of this production. I also managed to avoid breaking any lamps near your bar this time (probably owing to the fact that you haven't replaced the one from last time).
You guys got together and watched He-man? I'm so jealous. *pouts*.
Need to borrow the DVD's? I didn't think you'd be into that.
|Date:||February 23rd, 2006 04:42 am (UTC)|| |
Am I the only one around here that didn't watch He-Man?
|Date:||February 23rd, 2006 01:18 pm (UTC)|| |
You must be. Then again, it was probably a bit young for you, I imagine. I happened to hit it at just the right age (about 5 or 6 years old) to really find it cool, I think.