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lizziebelle: (little me)
You guys! I've found it! Something that has only been rumored to exist...

the rare and elusive... )

Hee!
lizziebelle: (little me)
You guys! I've found it! Something that has only been rumored to exist...

the rare and elusive... )

Hee!
lizziebelle: (calvin & hobbes)
I was busy pretty much all day today. Which is fine, because it made the day go by quickly. I had one customer tell me that I was doing a good job of juggling everything yet taking care of everyone. :)

A couple more people have a new appreciation of everything I do.

One of our vendors brought in donuts and pastries from Dunkin' Donuts this morning. That was nice of them. Munchkins, FTW!

I discovered (now that it's dark when I get out of work) that one of my headlights was out. My regular repair guy replaced it for me at lunch today, and only charged me for the bulb. :)

The art room was in a tizzy today, trying to get the holiday gift guide off to the printers. It was supposed to go at noon, and they were still working on it when I left a five. A few people dropped the ball on that one! I'm really glad I wasn't involved in that kerfuffle. The graphics manager, Beth, couldn't even talk about it; she's usually a Chatty Cathy! It's got to be really bad to make her speechless.

Here's today's really big laugh, courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] zarq: Big Ben on Twitter. :D
lizziebelle: (calvin & hobbes)
I was busy pretty much all day today. Which is fine, because it made the day go by quickly. I had one customer tell me that I was doing a good job of juggling everything yet taking care of everyone. :)

A couple more people have a new appreciation of everything I do.

One of our vendors brought in donuts and pastries from Dunkin' Donuts this morning. That was nice of them. Munchkins, FTW!

I discovered (now that it's dark when I get out of work) that one of my headlights was out. My regular repair guy replaced it for me at lunch today, and only charged me for the bulb. :)

The art room was in a tizzy today, trying to get the holiday gift guide off to the printers. It was supposed to go at noon, and they were still working on it when I left a five. A few people dropped the ball on that one! I'm really glad I wasn't involved in that kerfuffle. The graphics manager, Beth, couldn't even talk about it; she's usually a Chatty Cathy! It's got to be really bad to make her speechless.

Here's today's really big laugh, courtesy of [livejournal.com profile] zarq: Big Ben on Twitter. :D
lizziebelle: (little me)
...for linking to the Bus slogan generator. I am too easily amused. *g*




(In case you missed it, this comes from the Atheist bus ads in London a while back)

(Click the pic to see it bigger if, like me, you can't read that @#$%& small print)
lizziebelle: (little me)
...for linking to the Bus slogan generator. I am too easily amused. *g*




(In case you missed it, this comes from the Atheist bus ads in London a while back)

(Click the pic to see it bigger if, like me, you can't read that @#$%& small print)
lizziebelle: (little me)
Courtesy of Neil Gaiman: a Doctor Who/Benny Hill/Eminem mashup!



Hee!
lizziebelle: (little me)
Courtesy of Neil Gaiman: a Doctor Who/Benny Hill/Eminem mashup!



Hee!

OMGLOL

Jan. 9th, 2009 11:56 am
lizziebelle: (little me)
Sent to me by [livejournal.com profile] textiletart: The Recently Deflowered Girl, illustrated by Edward Gorey. I so want this book!

OMGLOL

Jan. 9th, 2009 11:56 am
lizziebelle: (little me)
Sent to me by [livejournal.com profile] textiletart: The Recently Deflowered Girl, illustrated by Edward Gorey. I so want this book!
lizziebelle: (little me)
From [livejournal.com profile] damiana_swan: a blog written by an 82-year-old woman named Helen. She hits the nail on the head, and is a hoot besides. Go read Margaret and Helen. Don't drink anything while reading or you'll need a new keyboard!
lizziebelle: (little me)
From [livejournal.com profile] damiana_swan: a blog written by an 82-year-old woman named Helen. She hits the nail on the head, and is a hoot besides. Go read Margaret and Helen. Don't drink anything while reading or you'll need a new keyboard!

hee!

Aug. 28th, 2008 03:24 pm
lizziebelle: (little me)
From [livejournal.com profile] grrlfriday. This amused me very much. Hee!

hee!

Aug. 28th, 2008 03:24 pm
lizziebelle: (little me)
From [livejournal.com profile] grrlfriday. This amused me very much. Hee!

heh

Aug. 3rd, 2008 04:03 pm
lizziebelle: (little me)
One of the regular guests at the coven, Karen, made this face out of bread, eggs, and various veggies. It held dip. She's so cute!


heh

Aug. 3rd, 2008 04:03 pm
lizziebelle: (little me)
One of the regular guests at the coven, Karen, made this face out of bread, eggs, and various veggies. It held dip. She's so cute!


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lizziebelle: (Captain Jack)
Here's a fun one, via [livejournal.com profile] mevennen: Things I Learned from British Folk Ballads.

Examples:

Never let a stranger teach you a new game. No good will come of it.

If your name is Janet, change it.

Professions to be particularly wary of: clerks, salty sailors, serving maids, blacksmiths, highwaymen, gamblers, rank robbers, stonemasons, soldiers, tinkers, and millers. Anyone described as "jolly," "bold," or "saucy." Supernatural creatures are best avoided. If they can't be avoided, they should be addressed respectfully. If a supernatural creature sets you a task you're well and truly screwed. (Let me just add: especially if his name is Johnny)

If your girlfriend insists that you go back to sleep after some odd sound woke you, it's time to dive out the window and run for the hills right then.

Hee!
lizziebelle: (Captain Jack)
Here's a fun one, via [livejournal.com profile] mevennen: Things I Learned from British Folk Ballads.

Examples:

Never let a stranger teach you a new game. No good will come of it.

If your name is Janet, change it.

Professions to be particularly wary of: clerks, salty sailors, serving maids, blacksmiths, highwaymen, gamblers, rank robbers, stonemasons, soldiers, tinkers, and millers. Anyone described as "jolly," "bold," or "saucy." Supernatural creatures are best avoided. If they can't be avoided, they should be addressed respectfully. If a supernatural creature sets you a task you're well and truly screwed. (Let me just add: especially if his name is Johnny)

If your girlfriend insists that you go back to sleep after some odd sound woke you, it's time to dive out the window and run for the hills right then.

Hee!

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