Thursday, September 24, 2009

Slightly important-ish

Today I heard someone call something "slightly important-ish." You know what's slightly important-ish? The hyphen in important-ish! That is to say, it can hardly be called important at all!

The real reason I'm blogging is because I just had some really great toast. I've had a lot of toast in my day, and I KNOW what good toast tastes like. Taste toasts like. And this was some PARTICULARLY good toast. I call it "Hecka Toast." Here is the recipe:

Hecka Toast
Grandma Sycamore's Sunflower & Honey Enriched Bread
Country Crap Butter-Like Spread

Toast bread. Spread spread. Eat. Blog.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

repetitiveness vs. predictability

Things that are repetitive and predictable:
- Techno music
- Crappy sitcoms
- Ok, all sitcoms

Things that are repetitive but not predictable:
- Posts on this blog
- Gunshot sounds from a roommate playing a video game in the other room
- Me oversleeping

Things that are predictable but not repetitive:
- My grades
- The end of the world
- A pencil

Things that are neither repetitive nor predictable:
- Terrorists TP'ing your house
- Just about everything else

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Things I do frequently and why

Things I do frequently:
- brush my teeth
- watch SpongeBob
- put on shoes
- type things
- go to class
- sleep
- ask girls on dates
- eat Cheetos

- Smith's just keeps having sales
- if I don't do it by choice, I'll end up doing it against my will
- I was brainwashed by Sesame Street
- ha! just kidding.
- I'm actually doing it right now!
- it's very uncomfortable not to
- it's a habit I developed back in Tucson
- so I can get a sweet job

If they matched up in order, you wouldn't be reading this particular blog. Something I also do relatively often is discover that all of my perishable food has simultaneously gone bad. On the first sunday of the month.

Oh, and the square root of -1 is called i. It was an alphabet joke. Or math joke. That one doesn't count as T.