Friday, January 2, 2009

A day in the park with a dinosaur...PART 2

So, when I met Robert Frost (the dinosaur) in the park he was sad because he didn't know any good looking lady dinosaurs....poor soul. Or was he?

I went over to Robert Frost and asked him what was wrong. "What's wrong Robert frost?" I asked. "I don't know any lady dinosaurs" he said through his tears. Apparently he didn't know of any lady dinosaurs. I decided to help Robert Frost find a lady dinosaur friend to love. "I'm going to help you find a lady dinosaur friend to love!" I exclaimed. So we went to the slides. I knew that lots of lady dinosaurs like hanging out around the slides. There was a plethora of pretty dinosaurs. One dinosaur in particular stuck out to Robert Frost though. "That one dinosaur right there sticks out to me" he said. So I went over and found out that the dinosaurs name was rickytickytumbousarumbogadygady umm bop *scream*. "Hi! My name is rickytickytumbousarumbogadygady umm bop *scream*" She said. Robert Frost was in love with rickytickytumbousarumbogadygady umm bop *scream*, but rickytickytumbousarumbogadygady umm bop *scream* was not in love with Robert Frost. Poor Robert Frost. "I'm just not in love with you Robert Frost" said rickytickytumbousarumbogadygady umm bop *scream*. "I hate you" rickytickytumbousarumbogadygady umm bop *scream* hated Robert Frost. The end.

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A Day In The Park With A Dinosaur

Once upon a time, there was a dinosaur. He was in a park! The end.
Or was it?
Once upon a time, I was in a park. I saw a dinosaur in the park. His name was Robert Frost. He was a sad dinosaur. Robert Frost was a sad dinosaur. When I asked him how he felt, he said "I was sad." "Poor Robert...Frost," I said. The real end.

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Wednesday, December 31, 2008

The Adventures of Dave the Reaper (Part 3: Dave and Rob Break Into ReapCorp)

Dave returned home exhausted after a long day reaping. "Damn," said Dave, "I am exhausted!" Dave got in bed and prepared for a deep sleep. Tomorrow was going to be another long day at ReapCorp.

That night, Dave was awoken by a terrible THUD! "Damn! What just woke me up?" Dave asked angrily. Dave got out of bed and picked up his scythe, ready to defend his territory. He snuck down the stairs and turned on the light.

"Damn," Dave said, "Don't scare me like that, Rob." Of course, the loud noise that woke Dave up was his friend Rob. Rob appeared to be in pain. "Damn," Rob said, "Why did you have to put your hampster cage in the middle of the floor?" "Damn," Dave replied, "I didn't think anybody would trip over it. I don't even own a hampster."

Rob explained why he had come over. Apparently there were some people at ReapCorp who were taking credit for Dave's reapings. "Damn," Rob exclaimed, "You're the best reaper out there, and these punks are taking credit!" "Damn," Dave agreed. "Something must be done."

Dave and Rob snuck over to the ReapCorp offices, where the night shift was in full force. "Damn," said Dave, "I didn't think there would be anyone here." Of course, Dave forgot that people die every time of the day. Silly Dave. Rob was equally surprised. "Damn," he said, "I'm surprised as you!" The two agreed that it would be easy enough to tell the guards that Dave and Rob had left things in their offices and needed to reenter and reclaim those things. It worked. "Damn," said Dave, "I didn't think that would work!"

When they got inside, they moved straight for the records computer. This was going to be a little difficult, they agreed. After all, they did not know who had taken what credit. They started with that day. "Damn," said Rob, "Jeff put down just as many reaps as we did today, even though he worked on his own and we were a team!" "Damn," agreed Dave. Looking back at previous days, it was clear that Jeff had copied Dave's total for the past three months, including the 1.5 souls reaped in Part 1. "Damn," Dave laughed. "Who would want to copy down such a low total?"

Dave and Rob went through the list and lowered Jeff's total where it was necessary. Dave knew that nobody was better than him, so Jeff must have had a lower total. When all was done, Dave and Rob left the building, surprised that no guards were going to stop them.

The next day, Dave was really proud of himself. "Damn," said he, "I am very proud of myself." He smiled all day while reaping, a very unusual thing for a reaper to do. In the locker room after work, Jeff approached him. "Damn," muttered Dave under his breath. "I wonder if he figured it out!"

He did. Jeff was furious. "Damn!" shouted Jeff, "I want you to know that the last few months have been a strange coincidence, nothing sinister! I've spoken to the boss and he agreed that what you did was out of line." "Damn," said Dave, "I'm sorry I was so suspicious, it's just that those numbers were so suspicious!" He and Jeff agreed to put that behind them, as long as Dave did something for him.

Tune in next time for The Adventures of Dave the Reaper (Part 4: Dave Reaps While Wearing A Chicken Suit).

Answers to Part 2 Quiz
1) Rob
2) Trick question. It was a rookie mistake.
3) Reap the guy taped to a chair!

1) How's it going?
2) What did Rob trip over when he broke into Dave's house?
3) Why is Jeff so angry?

Author's note: I think that after last night we could all use a little Dave the Reaper. (And it only took me until September 122nd!)
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Tuesday, December 30, 2008

New years eve partgy

Anyway yay or neigh we having one?
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Sunday, December 28, 2008

Another day in paradice

Oh ok....I went to Penrose school (in Penrose the town) for about 4-5 months in 8th grade.

While I was there I asked this girl out. Because I'm the fat guy (it always works this way for us) she said no. Then like 3 months later she asked me out and I was forced to say no because I was moving in like a week. Sad day.

Anyway, so this weekend (by that I mean friday-sunday) I spent some time in canon city with my grandparents. Sooo, while I was in the city's Walmart, I happen to see her there (it was the closest walmart to the small town). We talked for a while, the she left. She thought it would be a good idea if she drove the 25 minutes back to Penrose to get a cd, then drive an additional 25 minutes back to my grandparents house (she is good friends with my grandparents, so this part isn't THAT weird). Anyway, as she gives me the cd that she went back to get, she tells me "this is the mix cd that I made for you three years ago, the day before I asked you out." No joke. Then (I'm not sure if she was serious or joking about this) she said that she wanted to "see my face as I listened to each song."

Creepy enough for you? Not for me! So, we are all sitting in the living room (grandparents, sister, girl, Matthew) and she asks if she can talk to me in private. She takes me upstairs and says something to this effect "Well, I feel like we both really connect, and I hope that you feel it too...because well, even though we don't really know each other well, and we live kind of far apart, I think that we should....well, I think that we should go out. I know people say that long distance relationships don't generally work. I am willing to try it if you are though!" *insert my dumbfounded face here*...Awkward situations gone wild.

Like that wasn't bad enough, I couldn't remember her name. At all. Horrible person? Yea. That's me. I had to ask my Grandad after words...For those of you who care, it was Jenifer.
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