Last Word

My friends and I were playing Last Word, which is a game in which you get a subject and a letter and then everyone has to say as many words as they can that start with the letter and have to do with the subject. The last person to say a word before the buzzer goes off wins.

The subject was "Things that are flat" and the letter was "E". My friend was basically just saying any word that he could think of that started with 'E' and had run out or words until he frantically yelled, "Eunuch!" and then immediately tried to take it back. He won. We were laughing to hard to say any more words.


Today I received this text message:

'I was just minding my own business studying on campus. I thought you might find this funny like I did. So there is a couple next to me, who is arguing about when he got her pregnant.'



I was walking down the street and I saw a mom pulling on her little boy who was staring down a grate yelling, "Michaelangelo?! Raphael?! Donatello?!  Leonardo!?.... Where are you?"


Next time we're going to McDonald's

Last night my friends and I had a late night craving for some Wendy's. We got there a little after 10:00, just as the restaurant was closing. Thankfully, Wendy's drive-thru is open til 1:00. We pulled around and then realized that there were five us paying seperately. I asked the guy if we could make separate orders and he informed us that no, we could not. If we wanted to make separate orders we would have to drive through the drive-thru again. So we did. Five times. Thanks Wendy's.


I need to learn to read

I got a B&N Nook for Christmas and I absolutely love it. Being the poor college student that I am, the first thing I downloaded was the Complete Works of Jane Austen - because it was only $.99 for seven books. I read Pride and Prejudice, fell in love with it and downloaded the complete works of Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, the Bronte family, and Shakespeare - all totaling less than $10. Feeling very cultured, I tried to download another collection of 50 classics, but it wouldn't let me for some reason. I checked the memory and it said '4.97 GB of 5.00 GB.' I was very distraught. This thing was supposed to hold about 6000 books and I only had about 200. So I took it into Barnes and Noble and explained the situation. The lady at the help desk said that was very odd and she didn't know how to answer it so she called an information line and gave the phone to me. The guy asked me for the Nook's information and then asked me to read him exactly what it said about how much free space I had. I clicked on it again and read, '4.97 GB free of 5.00 GB.'  Oops. Hadn't seen that free word before. The nice guy kindly told me, without mentioning my mistake, that if I actually am out of memory that I just need to archive a book which will free up space. After hanging up, I tried to download the 50 Classics collection - totaling over 12,000 pages. It worked just fine and when I checked the memory it said, '4.95 GB free of 5.00 GB.' Doesn't look like I will be running out of memory anytime soon.


Oh, that kind of different.

Out of nowhere, today one of the boys I babysit told me that I look different than every other girl in the world and that he could pick me out of a crowd of 500. Flattered, I asked him why he thought that. He said, "Because you have a big nose." Shouldn't have asked.