Saturday, February 11, 2006

 

an attempt at brevity

A short post, for those of you who like your meg goo in tiny bits.

C-note is the parallel parking queen.

I had Ben's Chili Bowl last night - good, but um...nothing to write home about.

I watched the Olympics tonight. I'm the obnoxious type of person who says stuff like "oh, that's pathetic, you FAT COW!" Not meaning any of it, of course.

Right now I'm reading "Honeymoon with my Brother" by Franz Wisner, and it has honestly become my favorite book. I'm going to be sad when it ends, but I can't put it down. Some pages I read a couple of times, for the sheer joy of it.

It's about a guy who is dumped by his fiancee five days before his wedding. Since all of his friends have already made arrangements, they still come for the weekend, and he has a big party. His younger bro then goes on the honeymoon with him, where they then decide to quit their jobs and go on a long trip around the world. Like, two years long. So good. So funny. So randomly insightful.

JC - YOU HAVE TO READ IT. Even though I don't really know you and your bro, it reminds me so much of you two. It's like an extended/cohesive version of clarkbar.

I went to Facundo's movie showing today. At the end, people got up and talked. This woman held up a card that she was going to give to Facundo, but never did.

On the card, it said, "Life is short, but it is wide."

Comments:
I don't think I should be disclosing how I like my Meg goo.
 
Yes! And the week starts off with a bang! :-)
 
Meg,
that last line gave me a sqeeze- it mustn't have been easy.
 
"I watched the Olympics tonight. I'm the obnoxious type of person who says stuff like "oh, that's pathetic, you FAT COW!" Not meaning any of it, of course."

Last night me and Anthony were making fun of the luge guys, "oh look at that failure, he lost by .00001 seconds." =P

That last line was rather touching, its a wonder how things turn out that way. I hope it was a fitting tribute.
 
I wish my wife dumped me right before we got married. I would have liked to have gone to singapore better with my brother. What a waste.
 
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