Friday, July 28, 2006

I thought something funny to do when you call somewhere and give your name or your address, is, whenever you say something like "S as in sam" since s's and f's sound the same on the phone... you should say "s as in samily"

That would confuse them. That's the funniest thing I've thought of in years. Man i'm funny!

In the last few days I've been thinking about fun things to do when I'm rich. If someone calls me about a nice mansion for sale, I would say "Two questions: How many acres and how many millions?" (millions referring to the price).

I also found this boat for sale... It seems like a good price.... 8.5 million. I was looking at the pictures - say the grand piano which was really impressive - on a boat. Then I saw the dining room which looks like it would be in a large house... impressive, and then I saw the kitchen. It's really fancy. Sara likes to cook, you gotta get her a nice kitchen. The spiral staircase is cool and the buttons and everything in the pilothouse (see? I know big words) are cool.

And before you ask, sure, I'll bring you for a ride on the boat, but only if you're ubercool (wow, the first time I've had a chance to use that word I think).

Friday, July 21, 2006

My grandfather was in the NHL. I was looking up dsome information the other day and found this page which has tons of information about his career. It's pretty cool. My grandfather's funny - he's always joking around. The trick is to sit right next to him (Sara knows what I mean because she did that last time that side of the family got together). Because he'll say funny stuff but quietly, to the person sitting right next to him. It's great.

Ok, as of today, I'm starting something new. I have decided to post my first Real Life Tip. You may think that the most important things in life are things like paying your bills on time, eating well, etc. Well, those are important things too but there are some things that really matter.

Like today's Luc's Real Life Tip:

"Don't put egg shells in an empty marshmallow bag."

This is important since someone else, who may have emptied the bag of marshmallows the night before, for example, may think the bag is empty. If the bag is filled with carrot shavings or something, the person would know that it is garbage. However, putting egg shells (particularly those just cut into two pieces when you break the shell to make fried eggs) in it makes the aforementioned person think "What? There's marshamallows left? Yay!" And for a split second that person is filled with confusion, happiness, elation, etc. Then the person finds out the truth. Old stinky egg shells (well maybe not stinky yet) and realises the truth. There still aren't any marshmallows left.

Hopefully everyone can remember that in their path through life and I hope this helps.

Thursday, July 20, 2006

Last night, I REALLY didn't feel like going to bed. I ended up pretty well forcing myself to go to sleep at about 4... Now that I think about it, I usually go to bed at 2 so it's not a huge difference in the grand scheme of things.

Sara laughed the other day because we were watching the storm from our window and somehow, the conversation turned to her saying she was a superhero. I said "you're a super something that's for sure." She found that funny.

Now you're up to date.

Friday, July 14, 2006

I've been saying the word lackadaisical all day. I thought it cam from nowhere but I think it's because I saw some end tables at Ikea called Lack.

I didn't know what the word lackadaisical meant - I had to ask Sara. She's smrt.

Also, I've found myself saying words lately that I never even thought of before... area rugs, end tables, accent colours, abstract (paintings)... Very weird.

Oh well, have a great weekend everybody!

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

I was just reading Sara's Cheese Writer blog after not seeing it for a while. It's cool. I get to eat all kinds of cheese too so that's a bonus. I liked the Sardo one she reviewed. It tastes good. Actually, I think there's some left... I will go have some now.

I sent Jason a funny postcard the other day... I had forgotten about it... It's a postcard of Usher that I got in some magazine. I had been trying for weeks to find something funny to write... Then Sara says "you should sign it from someone like Whitney Houston or something." I was going to just give the postcard to him but Sara thought it needed to be mailed. I don't know if he received it yet...

One side has a picture of Usher. On the back, I wrote:

    Dear Jason,

    Thanks for being a true fan!


I should have scanned it before I sent it. That, my friends, is comedy.

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