blag on

Jun. 12th, 2008 10:25 am
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So certain people who shall remain nameless have been trying to get me to blog more often. I've been resisting for a number of reasons:

- I mostly post boring things about my day and the same people who would read it already know it. And would you really enjoy reading something you've already experienced once, just from another viewpoint? that's hardly high literature, or interesting, or worth your time, it is? Oh, wait, some of you would...

- I haven't been doing anything interesting lately. I don't think I've drawn anything new since my icon; I'm just working. And that's what I'd write about. Boring, right?

- They normally say this while laughing, so I'm not sure how serious they are. ?

Well, here I am, blagging.

So yesterday at work I'm trundling along doing my thing until this one stayover room at half-twelve. I knock on the door--it's certainly late enough--and this huge giant of a black man, at least six foot three, answers the door.

Sans pants.

I'm very very proud that I managed to plaster on a smile and say "Do you require any fresh towels?" with perfect waitstaff politeness. A flawless recovery! And it only took, oh, five seconds or so!

The best part is that he came out of his room later (fully dressed) and started chatting. "What's there to do in this town? I'm stuck here for a few days," he says, as nonchalantly as if a young girl half his size did not just see him half-naked. Yes, well, kudos to you for recovery points, too.

On that note, what is there to do? I don't know, I'm not a tourist. I suggested the casinos, shopping downtown, and also that if it weren't raining he could choose the popular recreation of the bay ("Is that....it that like, the beach?" he asked) or golf. Dear God. And while I'm desperately trying to come up with tourist-y things to do my brain keeps piping, Why did you answer the door without pants on?!

And then in one of my checkouts I found one of those Indiana Jones Burger King Scratch-and-Win things for a free Whopper Jr. It was a great day.

Date: 2008-06-12 03:20 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] yourtinystar.livejournal.com
*cackles*

Oh the joys of housekeeping. XDDD

Date: 2008-06-13 12:27 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] kindigo.livejournal.com
Inorite. It was a yummy burger even without Salmonella tomatoes.

Guilty.

Date: 2008-06-12 08:40 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] mloui.livejournal.com
I would read Twilight from the tree in Jacob's backyard's perspective, if given the chance.

That *would* be interesting...

Date: 2008-06-13 12:24 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] kindigo.livejournal.com
Chapter 1: Ooooohhh

Chapter 2: the sun

Chapter 3: is warm

Chapter 4: The light

Chapter 5: is yummy

Chapter 6: I like

Chapter 7: Forks

Chapter 8: That girl from Chapter 6 and that

Chapter 9: shiny vampire I think

Chapter 10: like each other

Chapter 11: a lot

Chapter 12: They sure do

Chapter 13: talk a lot

Chapter 14: She's going to his house

Chapter 15: where his family will not eat her

Chapter 16: *grooooo......

Chapter 22: ...oooow*

Chapter 23: That werewolf

Chapter 24: pissed on me

Epilogue: again

Re: Guilty.

Date: 2008-06-12 09:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] thalo-ryder.livejournal.com
*snickers*
That's funny.
*cough* picture *cough*
XD

Re: Guilty.

Date: 2008-06-13 12:27 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] kindigo.livejournal.com
*cough*I don't know what you're talking about*cough*

Date: 2008-06-12 09:52 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] dontforgetme.livejournal.com
PREPARE FOR LONG RESPONSE!!

I mostly post boring things about my day and the same people who would read it already know it. And would you really enjoy reading something you've already experienced once, just from another viewpoint? that's hardly high literature, or interesting, or worth your time, it is? Oh, wait, some of you would...

I role play.
What does this mean?
I read, time and time again, the same events from different perspectives.

I live on it. =)

And besides. I like seeing life from your perspective too. It tends to be a bit funnier than my own.

I don't think I've drawn anything new since my icon;

You should show us Felix. Because that's new.

They normally say this while laughing, so I'm not sure how serious they are

You have no idea how much squee I had when I saw your icon in my flist.

Well, here I am, blagging.

I read that with a southern accent?

And LOFUCKINGL about the man without pants. I'm so glad that was you and not me. As for what to do in the area, when people ask me that I'm just like, um. Bowling? Movies? Hahaha. You offered more than I could.

SMOOCH.

Date: 2008-06-13 12:33 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] kindigo.livejournal.com
Roleplaying doesn't have to be the same events over and over again. That's boring, unless there's relevant information with one character, or something the others missed, or whatever. Not all the time.

But then again, maybe why I think that is why I suck at roleplaying. Maybe that's what my post will be. Or I'll write a long, convoluted dream that has no bearing on anything...

PS. I don't know how to post Felix to LJ.

PSS. ♥ You haven't eaten Lucky and Emo have you??

Date: 2008-06-14 07:59 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] heru-the-neko.livejournal.com
"And would you really enjoy reading something you've already experienced once, just from another viewpoint? that's hardly high literature, or interesting, or worth your time, it is? Oh, wait, some of you would...

Lulz. I have no interest in reading Twilight or its follow-ups from anyone's perspective...unless it's re-written by an author who's works I can actually make it through without straining. But then, it would probably just be a hilarious parody on how horribly cliche all the characters are.

Date: 2008-06-14 08:38 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] kindigo.livejournal.com
I think I love you.

Date: 2008-06-17 03:57 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] mei2xin1.livejournal.com
Omg this didn't show up on my Flist so I didn't see it til just now. But see? You think you're boring, but you that's just because you're used to your brilliance. The rest of us are still awed by it.
(...Btw, my mom is playing a cd from the high school choir and I just heard either you or Sara yell "Yea Riley!" XD)
But yea, the point is that you're hilarious even when you're not trying to be, so please just keep blogging because you don't know how much happy the rest of us get out of it.

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