If I had met you in a bar, and asked for your number, I would have thought you...– Clerk at the tech store, after taking my phone number for records. Apparently, it sounds made up.
Weasley Red Hair →
Adventures in Noveling: NaNo Days 1-6 →
Baby Face & The Motion Picture Production Code:... →
Let’s All Go to the Lobby! →
Calling All Creative Writers! →
J-School Bloggers →
My Life Thus Far →
Birth of a Nation →
And Then They All Died
Jillian: Joss said he didn't write second drafts, and JJ Abrams just looks at him and goes, 'You don't write second drafts? You bastard!' and walked off for a few minutes.
Me: And then everyone in the audience died. And that was the end of ComiCon.
A Week Without Twitter: Part II →
The AP & Google Reach Licensing Content Agreement →
24 Truths For Mature Humans →
A Week Without Twitter →
Meet the Staffers! →
Joss Makes Everyone Feel Inadequate →
What Keeps Me Up at Night →
Can Digital Letters to the Editor (the “Comments”... →
Citizen Journalism: Contributing to the News →
Top 3 ComiCon Tweets from Eden Phoenix (Or: How I... →
The Worst Teacher I Ever Had →
Tik-Tok: Trekkie Style →
Citizen Journalism: An Extremely Brief Historical... →
Would I Survive No Internet for a Whole Month? →
San Diego, 2010 →
Update: The MagaBlog →
Three Overplayed Songs I Like Anyway →
Real Vampires Don't Sparkle →
True Fact #3
If there are candles in the cake, it has no calories.
So, my friend and fellow blogger Courtney drew this awesome t-shirt design that everyone should go vote for. Like, now. It says 6 more days, but you shouldn’t put it off :)
Big Bang Theory--"Neener Neener" →
After having the “neener-neener” conversation with Christine, I was reminded of this clip from The Big Bang Theory—one of the greatest shows on CBS. Watch it.
There Is No Title For The Fantasticness That Is...
Christine: I'M with Jill right now. I think the appropriate words are "neener neener"
Me: well, I have a chocolate shake. *sticks tongue out in childish yet superior way*
Christine: "childish yet superior"? You go with that :)
Me: it's childish, but clearly superior to your "neener neener"
Christine: I just said aloud that I now want a chocolate shake. Jill said: "you want one? I can make you one!" lol...neener neener trumps all.
Me: nope, cos now you want a chocolate shake ;)
Christine: you suck
True Fact #2
If you stack two pieces of pizza, it’s technically one piece.
True Fact #1
Accents make everything better.
Neener, Neener, Neener
Me: ...neener, neener, neener!
Jillian: Did you just "neener, neener, neener" our homework?
Me: No, I "neener, neener neener'd" Christine. (beat) Did we just use "neener, neener, neener" in a sentence three times?
Updates (Professionalism?) →
MagaNotice: Under Construction →
Stick that in your tea and suck it!– Courtney, dubbing for Pride & Prejudice’s Elizabeth Bennett
It's Still Art...
Me: I find it funny that you pretty much have to draw porn for a class...
Courtney: Hey now, it's *how* you draw the porn.
Me: Oh, what a lovely sketchbook.
Courtney: Thank you. Taryn gave it to me for my birthday. Now I'm filling it with sketches of naked people.
Courtney: Would you like to see the naked people?
Note, Courtney's an art student. It's for a class.
Avocado Week (girl humour)
Girl 1: How you feeling?
Girl 2: My uterus feels like an over-ripe avocado being scraped by a rusty fork.
Girl 2: (beat) Want a Hershey bar?
Bringing Back Glam Rock
Student: There's glitter on your nose...
Prof: Ok. I'm not telling you where I was now.
Student: But it involved glitter and (small hand-held) fans?
Prof: (beat) Glam Rock. It's coming back.
Student: You at the forefront of that movement then?
It’s like…have you ever gone to prom—you guys went to...– JMC Prof. talking about…something. I think it was about making errors in our stories and getting Auto-E’s?
I think I’ll wear my bandanna…it’s a cultural thing!– JMC Prof.
I take that back. This (AP Stylebook) is no longer your best friend. ...– JMC Prof.
White Water Rafting? Why Not Blue Water?
Jillian: It shouldn't be 'blue water.' That's a misnomer. Brown water's bad too. And red water's REALLY BAD. It can mean death.
Christine: Purple water's bad too. It means there's a mill upstream.
Christine: Purple. Dye. Textile factory.
Jillian: Apparently it also means it's the 1890s!
Jillian: Sometimes we need visual aids (in our conversations).
Christine: Next time I talk to you I expect a PowerPoint presentation.