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Tuesday, December 6th, 2005

Subject:Big fat nerd
Time:7:15 am.
Mood: sleepy.
Haven't laughed this hard in days:

From Sabrina the Teenage Witch...

Grandma: I never knew you felt so dominated
Aunt: Veal had more autonomy
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Friday, October 21st, 2005

Subject:It's PAYDAY!
Time:1:57 pm.
Mood: bored.
Here it is Keith:

These days it seems like all the jokes are on me. But as long as they are funny, no complaints.


I'm creating my own neighborhood of the Sims. One of the new features on Sims 2 is that each character has its own aspiration: Being Rich, Popular, Romantic, Knowledgable, Fulfilling Pleasure, or Making a Family. Tasks to keep your mood up are related to each. I haven't created the Muncie family yet. So far, I think Lauren should go for popularity, Brian is definitely money, but Keith, is he knowledge or pleasure? I may still be swayed, but I lean to pleasure. I don't want to make a biased version of myself...I'd appreciate suggestions for me. This is going to take a bajillion years, so no hurry.

Between school, VA, and Target there has not been enough room for fun in my life. That's why after this upcoming one, I now have Saturdays off. I would love to make my bar count 50 before I move...I think I am currently at 6 different ones: Hofbrahaus(by far the best), A Live One, "The one with the patio," Christy's, Gary's Westsider, and Uncle Woody's. I better get ka-racking. I have class on Monday from 11am to 9:30pm, so the onset of Monday Bar Club *to be renamed will help start me going again.

Target can actually be fun. We call straightening the store to brand standard "zoning" and a fellow zoner came up with the idea of a theme song: In the zone, that Britney Spears and Madonna song. Its very perfect, with such phrases as "How would you like a friendly competition? let's take on the zone" alluding to the friendly rivalry between soft lines (clothes) and hard lines (everything else) Much to my pleasure it also allows for frequent dance breaks, even if no one else hears the music playing in your head. Also-we have our own walkie-talkies to communicate while we are on the floor. I am dying for someone to ask me to do something so I can say "Roger That!"

I really don't have any time to watch my favorites, Jeopardy and CSI anymore, by the time I get home some part of Leno is playing and it usually doesn't hold my interest...SO I have a new routine. Before bed I watch one episode of The Muppet Show season one, which I have newly acquired. IT'S SO GREAT!!! One of the features is similar to pop-up video giving interesting tidbits. For instance, did you know that Rita Moreno won an Emmy for her perfomance on the muppet show? Or that though Zoot and Janice were rumored to be a couple during the muppets early years, an established relationship eventually formed between her and Flyod Pepper instead? And the songs are great too! i.e. "Does Your Chewing Gum Lose Its Flavor On The Bedpost Overnight?" The fun never ends...

Got the internet again... My apartment is kind of like my sanctuary right now and reflects a lot of things about me that I would normally keep private from strangers... A previously referenced photo of me and Nick Carter hangs on my wall, along with the Missing Meatloaf poster, the glitterful Foreigner "F" and my flipcup trophy. The internet guy had the pleasure of surprising me before I could normal-fy it for his and my benefit. Oh well. You lose some.

Schools okay too.

The VA? DOn'T EvEN ASk *icy glare

I'm expecting visits from everyone still...

Lindsay is coming on Nov 4th, so that should be jammin. We are going to taxi it to downtown. I want to check out a bar down there called Jekyll and Hyde (so me! and a good book and musical too) Judging from the looks of it, it's a little more Hyde than Jekyll but we'll see...And shopping and other girl stuff will surely occur too.

Maybe I'll write again in the next decade

Smiles for everyone. I miss you all! (Well most of you)
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Monday, April 4th, 2005

Subject:It must be spring, for real this time. No more being SAD.
Time:4:58 pm.
Mood: quixotic.
I love the way the wind whistles through your nose and sounds like a distant hoot owl sometimes.

I love it when you hear a song you used to love for the first time in forever, even if it is lame-o Kenny G.

I love how clothes have a life of their own, who they met, where they went, what they did when they got there. Like the Clothes of First Regret from fifth grade that I had finally saved enough money to buy, only to split the knee open later that night playing tag while waiting at the Olive Garden.

But I especially love that Keith found my keys 2 whole months later ;) Kidding of course, no hard feelings. I had too good of a day to be mad at anyone.
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Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Time:8:20 pm.
Mood: worried.
So Terri Shiavo died. Thank God. And I truly mean that. Our Supreme Court continues to rock and Democracy was upheld, even before she bit the big one. Now, as long as no Justices retire or die and if no one else in the entire United States has end of life issues during our current Presidency, I think we'll be fine. Somehow the thought's not comforting to me. Who wants to witness my living will? I'm totally serious. Any takers?

So you'd think with all the publicity, Shiavo would be the hot topic. But no, when I went to read the news report on MSN.com for a brief synopsis before turning to the more reliable CNN.com, what was the number 1 topic? Who got kicked off American Idol. And the worst part is, they chose the wrong person!
Whine-ily, ME
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Monday, February 21st, 2005

Subject:I think I have reverse seasonal affective disorder. Suck eggs, spring!
Time:10:19 pm.
Mood: annoyed.
Yeah, okay, so I am not "all applied" to UC, I haven't started my thesis segment due Wednesday, I have my midterm review on Friday to prepare for, and yet all I wanna do is listen to the radio, dance around my room and pretend I'm on American Lip-sync Idol. Why can't I control my motivation? Arrgh! ~Disdainfully Yours
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Wednesday, February 9th, 2005

Subject:I don't think you're ready for this jelly.
Time:11:19 pm.
Mood: hopeful.
Given a few days to ponder it, I'm still not sure whether this weekend classifies as a success or not, but why not call it one regardless? I've had worse.

Lindsay and I went to see The Wedding Date on Friday. I really liked it, so it's probably no good. We also had the best potato wedges ever and played trivia at Damon's, where we saw Sean the Samoan, who I am pretty positive didn't remember us back.

Saturday brought our semifamous Spring Break: Funcie! party. Festivities were much better than last year. Dissapointed a couple of good people (sorry a lot to M and B), but Keith and I have one more thing in common. Everyone did a kickass job of putting the glitz on their "phase". Although I can't say for sure, the only song I heard repeat was Laid, so a tentative congrats to James for song of the night. You're very pretty.

Sunday brought the Superbowl. Lindsay and I watched for the commercials at the clubhouse. I bet my dad liked the one with the cat and the spaghetti sauce.

Lost my keys somewhere amidst all the fun, I'm hoping they aren't where speculation has suggested. I'm letting go on Friday, although it's proving to be harder already than I expected.

Unfortunately for a few derisive people, Rocky Balboa and I will no longer be "talking" It's not worth the gas money to me. Yes, maybe that's cheap, but it's me week/month/year/forever.

I should be all applied to UC come Monday and will be awaiting the results! Wish me luck and buy me a gun :)
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Tuesday, February 1st, 2005

Subject:Broken promises
Time:11:49 pm.
Mood: sleepy.
Not original. Not really cool. Get over it.

1. What is the geekiest part of your music collection:
Music from Fantasia, or Tom Jones, you choose.

2. What do you eat when you raid the fridge at night:
Something you don't have to wait for, like pickles or cheese or cold cereal

3. What is your secret guaranteed weeping movie:
If I told you, it wouldn't be a secret, would it? I do like Bridget Jones' or Mulan

4. If you could have plastic surgery, what would you have done:
Can they make you taller yet? If not, I'd have my eyebrows permanantly tweezed.

5. Do you have an irrational fear?
Whenever I go into a bathroom, I have to check behind the shower curtain, in case someone's hiding there to hear me pee.

6. What is a physical habit that gives away your insecure moments:
I cough when I trip. I also shake if you put me on the spot. And probably tear up too.

7. Do you know anyone famous:
Me and Nick Carter had our picture taken together at Gatlinburg. I've never publically revealed that.

8. Describe your bed:
Slept in, quilted, double, rather high. I don't like this question.

9. Do you know how to play poker:
Double down on 11!

10. What do you carry with you at all times:
A smile. And lip gloss for that smile.

11. What do you miss most about being little:
Not being self-concious.

12. Are you happy with your given name:
A little boring, but who could argue with a close tie to dessert (s'moore) and a meaning like "pretty princess"?

13.How much money would it take to give up the internet for one year:
How much are you willing to give?

14. What color is your bedroom:
White and Pink and Green and Blue, but mostly PURPLE!

15. What was the last song you listened to:
Gimme Shelter~Rolling Stones

16. Have you ever been in a play:
4th Grade as one of the leads (no idea what it was about), Daisy takes Off-Broadway as an evil temptress with a terrible Spanish accent, and Anything Goes as the angel "Chastity"

17. Do you like yourself and believe in yourself:

18. Do transient, homeless, or starving people sometimes annoy you:

19. Do you consider yourself to be a nice person:
Depends on if you're nice to me.

20. Do you spend more time with your girlfriend/boyfriend or your friends:
I spend more time with myself. But if I had either, friends.

21. What's one thing you wish you could do but can't:
Ability to teleport myself or live in the moment. Also, make a decision...

22. What is your ideal marriage location:
Vegas, so I can get that down payment on a house instead. Love you Dad!

23. What's one instrument you wish you could play:
Piano or Kazoo.

24. Something you love and hate:
Credit Cards. Bedtime.

25. What kind of bedding do you use:

26. Whats one language you want to learn:
The Language of Love. Or Sign. Or Italian.

27. What do you order at a bar:
Depending on my mood, a Killian's or a cherry Long Island.

28. Have you ever pierced your body parts:
Two in each ear, being used; and a hole in my belly button. A regret, if I do say so.

29. Do you have any tattoos:
I have a temporary one from the slot machine in my car, otherwise...no.

30. Would you admit to getting plastic surgery if confronted:
If I was going fake, I'd go all the way. Hell no, I wouldn't admit it. Plus, I like to make it a habit of not doing anything Joan Rivers would do. Like be funny.

31. Do you drive stick:
Abolutely not. You're just lucky I haven't already killed you.

32. Whats one trait you hate in a person:

33. What kind of watch do you wear:
Silver and gold. Best of both worlds.

34. Do you consider yourself materialistic:
Only when it comes to having things.

35. What do you cook best:
Dessert of any sort. Except jelly rolls, which are gross to start with, so it wasn't my fault.

36. Favorite writing instrument:

37. Do you prefer to blend in or stand out:
Blend in, please. Unless I've got the hots for you.

38. Do you ever go out dressed like the opposite sex:
I once wore gorilla clothes at the zoo. I think they were from a boy gorilla, if that counts. Also, my favorite Halloween costume for years was a blue plastic dinousaur onepiece that was clearly made for boys.

39. What is one car you will never buy:
Honda Element (butt crack ugly) and, reminiscing to days of M.A.S.H., potty on wheels

40. What kind of books do you like to read:
Kinds that make me better at Jeopardy! and old fashioned romances like P&P

41. If you won the lottery, what would you do:
Join a sorority...ha! almost gotcha. Invest it, live off the dividends for forever, and travel with all you losers.

42. Burial or cremation:
I'm going to Davy Jones's Locker.

43. Whats one thing you are a sore loser at:
Tests of wit. Really, I am smart.

44. If you don't like a person, how do you show it:
Icy glares are my specialty.

45. Do you cry in front of your friends:

46. What kind of first impression do you think you give people:
Cold hard bitch.

47. Whats one thing you like to do alone:
I like to do everything alone, but most especially dance.

48. Are you a giver or a taker:
70/30. And that's being generous to all the friends out there. According to my astrological chart, it's more like 95/5. And we all know that's the expert.

49. What have you stolen before:
A sugar ball from the sweetie store when I was a wee one.

50. How many drinks before you're tipsy:
I'm always tipsy.

51. Do you ever have to beg:
I like to call it convincing. Just for little things though. Like a sip of your coke or a ride to class, nothing serious.

52. Have you ever done any illegal drugs:
What do you think?

53. Do you think you're cute:
As a button. Seriously though? Whenever there's a full mooooooon...

54. Do you have a problem changing clothes in front of your friends:
Depends on who it is and if it includes undergarments, generally no. I'm pretty sure I've peed in front of L and K before, so changing really steps it down a notch.

55. Whats the most painful experience you've ever had (emotionally and/or physically):
I don't wanna talk about it.

56. Favorite communication method:
Snail mail. It's more romantic, and it keeps dad in business so he can pay for my house.

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Subject:You wish you could do this
Time:10:51 pm.
Mood: weird.
Okay so I think I will actually attempt this. (Psych! gimme a week.) Anyway, I only wanna document the really cool stuff. An example came to me just now. When I yawn, I spray spit. Kinda gross, but I'm not really the type to be bothered with that (GO POOP!) Seriously, it's like a mini waterfall. Beware the yawn! ~Mwah PS Am I the only one who thinks the new Green Day song doesn't exactly rock my world?
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Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

Time:12:42 pm.
Mood: amused.
Sorry, losers! This journal's private :)
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