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Saturday, July 30th, 2005
3:34 pm - Live Journal Community Idea

Okay, so I have no idea if this is a good idea or a bad idea so I’m posting it to get a general feedback. I’m thinking of starting a live journal community where everyday I’ll post a topic about something going on in the world. Sometimes the topic will be political, about something in our culture, in the media, and so on and so forth. With each post everyone can comment back with their opinions. It’ll be a “healthy debate” sort of community so everyone can get a general idea of what everyone else’s opinions are. It also has a plus side since half of us probably don’t read the newspaper or watch the news we can always be up to date with what’s going on in the world. I was just thinking of starting it because I think it would be pretty interesting to see other people’s views on things and to possibly see things in a new light.

So, is this a good idea? A bad idea? Would you join? What should the name of the community be? Any other ideas?

current mood: curious

(leggo my eggo)

Friday, July 22nd, 2005
12:51 pm

What you can do with the bag..

You Can: 
Take it to the store...Wear it as a hat
Hang it on a door..Use it as a spat
Take it to the toilet...Wear it as a tie
Tear it, boil it...Make it airplaney fly
Take it to the beach...Do some origami
Push it out of reach...Wrap it in salami
Take it out to dinner...Wear it as a shoe
Declare it a winner...Use it to pitch woo
Frame it to a wall...Use it to wax floors
Wear it as a shawl...Record on it hockey scores
Take it to the park...Call it Jaggy Baggy
Give it to a narc...Declare it to be saggy
Put it in your typewriter...Take it off your hands
Use it to help sight her...Fill it full of sands
Fly it as a kite...Wash it in warm water
Stare at it at night...Pretend that its your daughter
Eat it with rice pudding...Use it to barf inside of
Use it to keep your footing...Say the bag is love
Put it on a bush...Hang it on a tree
With it, do a push...Pretend that it's your knee
Pump it full of gas...Fill it full of holes
Shove it up your ass...Smear it with jelly rolls
Glue it to your cheek...Use it as a snot rag
Rinse it in a creek...Use it as a mouth gag
Rent it as an apartment...Sell it as a boat
Lend it as a compartment...Pretend that it's your throat
Take it to a show...Use it as a book
Use it to play go...Use it as a rook
Sing it as a song...Take it to a dance
Clang it like a gong...Wear it as your pants
Write on it some music...Paste it as wallpaper
With some wires fuse it...To your ears do taper
Mix it in your blender...Fry it with some eggs
Put it on your fender...Adhere it to your legs
Patch it on your ceiling...Give it to a horse
Look at it with feeling...Take to a golf course
Admire it with gusto...Deface it with pens
With it wipe up pusso...Wave it at some wrens
Walk it, throw it...Eat it, fold it
Spindle it, bowl it...Leave it, hold it
Peel it, reel it...Saw it, caw it
Kneed it, seed it...Raw it, aw it
Bag it, tag it...Tape it, nape it
Hog it, dog it...Ape it, cape it
Chew it, spew it...Price it, dice it
Gnu it, pew it...Mice it, ice it
Praise it, cheer it...Damn it, boo it
Raise it, leer it...Jam it, goo it
Hike it, pass it...Bunt it, sink it...Like it, sass it...Runt it, link it
Luck it, tuck it...Move it, groove it...Duck it, buck it
Lose it, choose it...Rock it, roll it...Pock it, knoll it
Humph it, ahem it...Pshaw it, tsk it...Grumph it, amen it...Gnaw it, whisk it
Condone it, debase it...Snot it, rot it...Debone it, reface it...Pot it, knot it
Call it chester...Call it loose...Call it nester...Call it goose
Call it, but shout...Call it, but yodel...Call it, but out...Call it, but nodel
Don't call it, honk...Don't call it, beep...Don't call it, zonk...Don't call it, peep
And zap it, crap it...Rug it, bug it...Nap it, wrap it...Hug it, zug it
Yes there are many things...You can do with the bag...Even without wings or zings
(Put it in your fireplace)

(2 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Monday, July 11th, 2005
5:41 pm

hey guys, i thought some of you might be interested in the new hellcat band, left alone. i came across some mp3's from their new album here on the epitaph site and they sound great! i definetly recommend checking them out, its worth it! i love the title track from the album, lonely stars & broken hearts. their album just came out a few weeks ago. what do you guys think? theyre touring this summer too! they might be one of the best bands on hellcats roster...well besides rancid.

(leggo my eggo)

Wednesday, June 29th, 2005
11:17 pm - Post people!

Doesn't anyone post in here anymore? This inactivity is sad...

Hope everyone's summer is Terrific!!! (well, not really...)

16 days until Harry Potter 6 comes out...is it pathetic that I know that?

current mood: dorky

(2 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Friday, April 1st, 2005
4:32 pm


have a...








hamster day.

current mood: hamsters!

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Sunday, March 20th, 2005
11:41 am - bert is evil


enough said people.

current mood: cold

(4 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Saturday, March 19th, 2005
9:27 pm - SUBLIMINAL!
noacat Cellar door.

Together, the most beautiful words in the world.

Don't think about it.

Don't imagine a cellar door.

Just say the words, without thought for their defined meanings.



current mood: accomplished

(4 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Thursday, March 17th, 2005
9:18 pm




current mood: amused

(5 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Saturday, January 29th, 2005
11:30 am


Wow, no ones posted in here in over a month. How sad is that? Ah, oh well. At least I can freely say whatever I want here since no one will read.....



current mood: bored

(6 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Friday, December 24th, 2004
5:18 pm - a little christmas history...

The legend of Santa Claus has been around longer than the jolly old fellow himself. The story begins with Saint Nicholas, the Bishop of Myra in Asia Minor (what is now Turkey). He died and was buried there in 340 A.D., leaving behind a legacy of incomparable kindness and generosity.
During the Medieval Crusades (1095-1270 A.D.), Italian soldiers found his remains and took them to Italy. A church in the city of Bari was built in his honor, and soon, Christian pilgrims all over the world came to visit. These pilgrims took the legend of St. Nicholas back and spread it throughout their native lands.

Germany, France, and Holland celebrate Saint Nicholas Day on December 6. In Holland, Sinterklaas sails in on a ship on December 5. He carries a big book with the names of good children. Those who've been bad are taken away by his assistant, Black Peter. German children wait for Christkindl ("Christ child") to bring them gifts on Christmas Eve.

In Italy, La Befana, a kind old witch, brings presents on January 6. Children in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden believe in a lively elf called Jultomten who delivers presents with the help of his Yule goat, Julblock.

current mood: i had too much chocolate:)

(leggo my eggo)

Sunday, December 5th, 2004
5:27 pm

Charades! Cookies to whoever can guess what I'm doing! muahahahaCollapse )

(5 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Monday, November 15th, 2004
9:10 am - Shush Yo mouth Boy!

I found this on alternet.org. I thought it was funny, but I couldn't give a shit if you agree or disagree. So that's why the comments are disabled.

Bedroom Politics

By Liz Langley, AlterNet. Posted November 13, 2004.

Ten reasons why that Bush voter you're dating is wrong, all wrong.
You don't have to be a pollster to know that 48 percent of the electorate got plastered last weekend. You do that a lot when you're in a bad relationship. And progressives were planning to break it off. We'd found someone better, smarter, saner, with with waaaay cuter friends. But the other half of the country has that thing where you hang on to even the worst of guys, where you won't "change horses in midstream," even if your horse is mostly ass. I didn't want this guy but I'm stuck here wondering "What do they see in him?" and keeping the Pepto within reach.

Democrats got right on the case of "what we can better in the future?" My strategic suggestion is the Lysistrata approach: the swearing-off of ever dating, or sleeping with, any Bush supporters.

Lysistrata was written in 411 B.C. by Aristophanes and is about a bunch of Athenian women who are so sick of this endless war that they go on a sex strike. The drive to destroy is not as strong as the drive to make your partner smile and walk funny the next day, so sex wins. I know you're as unlikely to fall for a Bush voter as you did for Bush, but chemistry and horniness can do psychotic things. You never know. If we could choose who we fall for there would be no one crying on Dr. Phil's shoulder. So in case you're tempted, remember: The political is personal. If a person identifies with Bush's political policies, that thinking might reflect in their dating policies. Here are a few reasons why you should run, and you should hide:

1. "Just a few more billion dollars ..." The dating translation is "Just another 20," "Just another 10," "Just another 50 to get me through the week," and if you say no somehow you end up being the bad guy. You'll end up at McDonald's for your birthday, hot tears of rage falling into your McFlurry.

2. So, you're dating someone who thinks abstinence-only sex education, a.k.a. sexual ignorance, is a great idea. Awesome! That itch you have is crabs.

3. Look at the War on Iraq. Following that logic, a Bush voter will potentially get you in bed a) without preparation, b) under false pretenses and c) you weren't really even the one he wanted, but he couldn't find her.

4. "I outsourced my orgasms to the personal trainer down the hall. He works faster and doesn't want as much in return as my boyfriend does. I think it's good for our relationship." Uh-huh.

5. You need someone who worries about YOUR second coming and no one else's.

6. He's into dress-up: On the aircraft carrier. As a cowboy. As a cheerleader. People who fall for this are into home-theater and role-playing. If you find yourself in a game of "Spaceman Wang Conquers Planet Naked," don't come crying to me.

7. The Bush voter's affair with ignorance extends from sex (see number two) to science, as their guy favors limiting stem cell research, thus limiting hope for so many cures to so many awful illnesses. Since they like to be in the dark, never enlighten them as to your phone number. In fact, do like California and give them the finger.

8. Your honey is in favor of curtailing people's rights because they're gay; for example, the right to marry. It won't help to point out that marriage is only made sacred by the couple themselves. Maybe your Bush-loving partner would prefer a mail-order bride.

9. So your sweetie is itching to reverse Roe v. Wade? A control freak in the courtroom is a control freak everywhere. Screw these people, but never, ever literally. What if the condom breaks?

10. If they admire the ability to turn a surplus into a deficit, don't give them your PIN code, dont listen when they say "Oh, I won't order one, I'll just have some of yours," and if, despite all I've told you, you insist on having sex, don't ever let them finish first. You'll never get yours back.

Some people might think this is a case of sour grapes. I think of it as supporting our side in a most meaningful way. Remember there are plenty of adorable liberals out there who are great in bed, really smart and know how to get cheap Canadian drugs. Turn-on's include honesty, brains and a big juicy economy that stands up on its own. Yeah, baby. Yeah.


current mood: bored

(leggo my eggo)

Sunday, November 7th, 2004
11:50 pm - HAHAHAHAHA. HA!

Save the Squirrels

current mood: chipper

(2 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Monday, October 25th, 2004
8:08 pm

Because Carl posted that wonderful entry about Bush, i figured I would give a follow up entry that i must say is not as entertaining as Carl's but still made me laugh.

How to start each day with a positive outlook:

1. Open a new file in your PC.

2. Name it "George W. Bush".

3. Send it to the trash.

4. Empty the trash.

5. Your PC will ask you, "Do you really want to get rid of George W. Bush?"

6. Answer calmly, "YES", and press the mouse button firmly.

7. Feel better and vote in November.....

(1 waffleholic | leggo my eggo)

Thursday, October 14th, 2004
9:04 pm - ladeedooo

random quotes between me and my dad this week while my mom was gone:

me and dad in the car:
dad: so, what do you want for dinner?
me:i dont care....hey look a wild turkey *points*
dad: turkey it is!!! *pulls into shaws*

dad: "yells at baseball game* catch the damn ball you boob!!!
me: haha, daddy you said boob:)
dad: well fine, breast then!
me: haha, daddy you said breast!:)

me: *on cell phone* dad, molly and i are going to walk to the cats pajamas and then come back here, to school, then ill call you so you can pick me up...okay?
dad: thats fine hun, ill be there in a minute!

me:i wanna get some strawberries so i can make smoothies *grabs strawberries*
dad: so, how are oyu gonna mix it all together, are oyu going ot mush all the strawberries up?
me:..no daddy, i shall use our blender....
dad: we have a blender?
me:....yeah...*dumbfounded look*

current mood: falalalalalalaaaaa

(2 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Sunday, October 10th, 2004
5:26 pm - more iconness


iconness-- more icons. i didnt make the boy meets world one though.. hehe

current mood: chipper

(leggo my eggo)

2:27 pm - Icons



yay for icons

(leggo my eggo)

Friday, October 1st, 2004
9:42 pm - Pigs CAN fly!


This is so fabulous!

ISN'T IT?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

current mood: yay!

(1 waffleholic | leggo my eggo)

Thursday, September 30th, 2004
6:36 pm - W00T


My friends, I give you, The origami squirell, named Oliver.

Enjoy peoples.

current mood: ecstatic

(4 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

Friday, September 24th, 2004
11:23 pm - Newsletter!

ok so in my computer apps 2 class we have to make a newsletter and I'm doing mine on isocaplf. I'm also looking into getting a better icon. if anyone would like a copy of the newsletter when I'm done, comment and I'll see what I can do.

current mood: accomplished

(2 waffleholics | leggo my eggo)

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