June 28, 2010

Lessons learned

Posted in *cringe*, But I am... le tired, Darth Vaguer, I need a helmet, Nerdiness, The Aaaarrrghhhhh!, The WTF at 10:39 am by Dagny Taggart

While it is perfectly okay for people to be upfront about horror stories and major concerns about parenthood at a baby shower, being open about one’s lack of desire to partake will most likely have people thinking that something is wrong/missing for you.

Also, if you are building something from Ikea, and have leftover parts at some point prior to being completely finished, just be prepared to undo everything you’ve done so far, because you likely skipped a step.

Pretty much every comedian I’ve ever seen on a recorded special will have been slightly funnier in that special than in person.  Jim Gaffigan, however, came closest to closing this gap. 

Sometimes, things can seem like the Most Fun and Best Idea Ever.  And then three weeks later, with the help of a little critical thinking, you will realize that not only was it not the best idea ever, but it was ridiculously dumb and boy howdy, you expect better of yourself.

Watched pool league operators never call to let you know if you’re going to Vegas or not.   I still don’t know.



  1. Lemon Gloria said,

    Well, of course. Because how could you NOT want to be part of the I Squoze This Out of My Vagina club?

    And I have had many Best Idea Evers. At the time – so brilliant! Later, sometimes even horrifyingly embarrassing.

    Effing pool league effers is all I can say to that.

  2. LiLu said,

    We’re seeing The Gaff tonight! Third time for me. I can’t wait to hear what new versions of the Hot Pocket he has.

  3. Alias Faux said,

    If something started out seeming fun, but ended up not being so, it’s because you didn’t drink enough.

  4. Lemon Gloria: Hahaha. Thanks for making me giggle. And no joke about the pool league people. Gaaahhhh!

    LiLu: Enjoy! He was very funny 🙂

    Alias Faux: Or perhaps, drank too much?

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