Why are you so mean to me?

  • May. 27th, 2009 at 1:29 PM
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According to Don Page MP (Australian small-town politician), I'm being cyberbullied.
This is a scan from a community information magazine he had distributed, entitled 'Bullying... Let's Stamp it out!'

I've taken the liberty of highlighting the items that apply to me.

1) Well duh. If I didn't, I'd actually be forced to do my homework.

2) It would be a lot easier to sleep if late-night infomercials weren't so appealing! And who doesn't have the occasional bad dream?

3) I do have my off days.

4) WHO ARE YOU CALLING MOODY?!?! let's be friends!

5) This happens a lot. Usually after I've eaten excessively large quantities of something!

6) I totally lost my friend Cate in K-Mart the other day!

7) See item 1.

So I've decided that everyone should be super nice to me from now on or I'll be forced to report you!


Patriotism at its finest

  • Apr. 23rd, 2009 at 2:05 PM
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On the weekend my brother purchased some new, very expensive, very loud speakers.
This is part of the conversation that just transpired between him and two of his friends:

T: Where were they made?
C: American.
G: You shouldn't spend all that money on American stuff.
T: You should spend it on Australian stuff.
T & G in unison: Like beer!

At least I can be grateful that they have some understanding of the economy... or something.

God, is that you?

  • Apr. 22nd, 2009 at 10:02 PM
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I just received a phone call from somebody whose voice I do not recognise, informing me that I've been accepted to Hogwarts.
I'm assuming that one of my friend's is behind it, but I can't imagine which one.
Time will tell, one supposes.

AZERTY, <here did you go!

  • Apr. 2nd, 2009 at 9:29 PM
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Excuse me...

  • Mar. 9th, 2009 at 9:50 PM
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Gabe is one of the smartest people I have ever met. He's a paranoid conspiracy theorist, but brilliant nonetheless.
Yet this is the conversation currently taking place in my house:

Gabe: How is it? The word tomato has Tom in it.
Tom: And Mato.
Gabe: Yeah, let's got ToMato's house.
Gabe: Asparagus has Gus in it.
Tom: Leek has Lee in it.
Gabe: Broadbean has b-ROARRRR-dbean
Tom: Artichoke has Aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrr-tichoke.
Gabe: It's Aaaarrr, to choke.

Lovely, Immature People...

  • Mar. 3rd, 2009 at 9:32 PM
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Everybody in my house is acting completely immaturely at the moment. It's absolutely brilliant and so much fun.
Inspired by this stupidity, here is a photo of Gabe being beaten up by a statue of a cherub:


All sense of improbability aside...

  • Feb. 17th, 2009 at 4:35 PM
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My friend just asked me, if I was stuck on a deserted island, which two characters from the tv show Heroes would I most like to be trapped with.
My answer was this:
Claire and Elle. Claire regenerates, so if we ran out of food we could just lop off a limb and then Elle could use her electricity to start a fire to cook the tastey, tastey Claire.


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