So yesterday in my Pop Culture "Mentor" class, my "mentor" (who I'm pretty sure is a couple years younger than me) had us do a writing exercise. The exercise was this: write down the 5 worst words you've ever said; then use each of them in a sentence. Here are my sentences:
1. The dirty c--- cheated on her husband.
2. War turns men into mean f-----------.
3. Due to consuming too much Olestra, Bill's a--- leaked a sticky fluid.
4. Jim is a d-----.
5. S--- tastes bad.
The funniest thing of all, was that just that morning over breakfast, I had used all of these examples in a conversation whose topic was "Why my job could be better". Zing!
This afternoon at said job, I spent a deal of time taking a quiz regarding the show "Curb your Enthusiasm". I've seen 3 of the 4 seasons, and happen to own seasons 2 & 3 on dvd. So, with that in mind, I answered 380 multiple choice questions, and got 61% correct. Considering that at probably 25% of the questions were total guesses, I think that's pretty good. And good for my morale. Here is the link, that's not really a click-and-go, but more of a copy-and-paste type link: http://www.hbo.com/larrydavid/games
Currently listening to: The Office (BBC series) in the background, at home. Terrificly funny show. Seriously the best thing since Wonderbread. Iif you have any respect for yourself at all, go watch it now, all 4 discs.