Saturday, June 24, 2006

Annoying mosquito / Reflections / Fake reviews / Frustrations / Sweets

Caught up with blogs today since it's Saturday. I'm glad I have all this extra time now that Awana's over, but I will miss the kids too! Dawn highlighted a funny MSN snippet where her brother Geoff was building a moose out of clothespins while their mom was talking about the temptation of Jesus, haha. (I bet Auntie Betty was horrified, too!) She was also angry because of a stupid annoying mosquito buzzing around her room (she has no idea how it got IN), and there's no hot water in the building either! Methinks she'll be happy enough to return here on August 5!

Leave it to Jon to title his latest post with the name / brand of a beer (LA FIN DU MONDE), haha. He promises his readership some reflections when he gets back to Vancouver, but I'm thinking that he better promise me / Jeremy / Jen some bubble tea and beer FIRST! (I'm laughing so hard right now...) Dave says he had an epiphany on the subway, which is good.

Phil's posted random pictures of him and his girlfriend eating cacti (no, not literally), being a "bus driver" for nine people (public transit = be nice to bus drivers!), hanging out with the youth there, pool parties, Texan sunsets, the Ford Expedition they lent him, Bible studies, little kids and more parties, and various San Antonio pictures from a road trip they took. He was also kinda miffed at this one dude about theological readings and such, but it's passed now. New pastors in new situations, indeed... definitely a learning experience in frustration and new ways of doing things.

Spoz has CD reviews (the Dresden Dolls) / fake blurbs about his blog from various real news outlets and famous people / weekender doings up. Here are the fake blurbs:

NEW YORK TIMES - "I don't know who this is, but I'm changing the locks!"
THE UK DAILY TELEGRAPH - "you suck! no, really.. come around sometime, we got $50! sucky sucky!"
NME - "we love you, no.. wait.. we HATE YOU!.. no.. we LOVE YOU! wait.. who are YOU again?"
SYDNEY MORNING HERALD - "Adelaide? hahaha.. where the F**K is that? no really.. we're asking?"
THE MELBOURNE AGE - "we highly disapprove of your low brow pedestrian filth! begone, you foul wretch!!"
MIXMAG - "duuuuuuuuuude... hahahaha.. I'm so HIGH right now!"
THE ADELAIDE ADVERTISER - "my cat smells like cat food! :)"
SPIN - "you spin me right round baby right round like a record baby right right right round.. uuuugh, sh*t... I'm gonna be sick... *BLEEAAAARRRRRGGGGGGHHHHHH!!!*"
BONO - "do you wanna see THE EDGE cry!? do YOU!? coz that's wot yer making him do.. arse!"
ANGELINA JOLIE - "sh*t.. um, duude? I think we need to talk.. this baby kinda looks a LOT like you!"
AL JAZEERA - "SPOZ's RANT.. you crack me up! ha ha ha! oh, and DEATH TO ALL AMERICANS!"
GEORGE W BUSH - "uh ee oh.. I did me a poopee poo in me peepee pants *WAAAUUAHH!!*"
TV GUIDE - "we're giving you 4 stars upside the head, b*tch!"
ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE - "la la la weeee're not listeeeninnnng! :)"

Steph didn't really have any time to be doing crazy things while our parents were away, and had several reflections on over-commitment / sacrifice / being "selfish." Oh, and apparently Mom promised to fart on her, and did. ("I'll FART on you... I PROMISE!" can only have come out of my mom's mouth, after all!)

Vivian apparently had fun with shooting at the PNE midway with friends, posted a Cathy strip about ice cream, cleaned up her room a little, came across a VERY sweet (diabetic) Care Bear cake on Google images, and vowed not to eat any more sweets since she's eaten too many of the darn things since returning home!

Ah, the good times and vicarious living through others' writings / photos... :D

Now it's finally time to catch up on comments and my friends page!

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Easter Eggs, Slip-Ups, dreams of Kent's Kitchen, being redundant, and free books

Sites of the Day (so far): Easter Eggs and Slip-Ups. Hidden features and entertaining mistakes are quirky, and thus up my alley. ;)

Music Facts of the Day: The Jack is Aussie slang for an STD. Now we all know what the AC/DC song means. Also, the Doors included the then-current Ajax slogan "stronger than dirt!" at the end of their song Touch Me. The line is from an Ajax bleach commercial where a white knight rides around destroying dirt.

I had a dream that involved my moving out from a conference centre. Somehow, all my stuff had to fit in Eric's grey car... and I had a lot of clothes and such! Then there was the part of the dream where our whole church got together in a huge room, and there was a BUBBLE TEA DISPLAY! We had a huge dinner with a lot of sweet-and-sour pork and other stuff. I remember giving a bag of pink / yellow / white jellybeans to the little kids, including Maxine's baby. Joshua was somehow named Dallas in the dream... very weird stuff! o_O

Apparently, my subconscious is still stressed about Summer Conference (coming up in a month!). The jellybeans come from my sharing some with Billy and the others last night during Bible Study. Bubble tea can be easily explained away: considering Jeremy and I were talking a bunch about it last night in the context of Jon coming back, I'm not surprised it was on my mind! As for the sweet-and-sour pork: Dylan and others were talking a lot about food from Kent's Kitchen for the Koinonia lunch, and the budget that they have of $5 a person. I'm sure that will show up on the menu of ten trays! This excludes rice because the church has a rice cooker (of course... we're Chinese!), and bags of rice are relatively cheap anyhow!

I've been reading more about the hockey trade, too. It'll be interesting to have Luongo in town!

Jeremy and I also discussed redundancies last night after Dianne announced that since we had to wait 20 minutes anyhow, she was going to the "ATM machine" at the 7-11 nearby. (Chong Lee Market and Golden Oscar's rule!) We also came up with "HIV virus," "SIN number," and other things. Then I told him about MOTAS, whereupon Eric mentioned that I spent all my waking hours on the Internet. Not QUITE true... :P

I also forgot to mention that I got a free book yesterday. James Houston donated a LOT (700+?) of copies of The Transforming Power of Prayer: Deepening Your Friendship With God to the church, and Pastor Edward mentioned that we needed that for our Spiritual Formation programs. Since I'd somehow missed the initial blitz of "OMG MUST GET COPIES NOW!" that went around the church, I indicated that I needed a book. On Sunday, I had to leave early (Terrence!), so didn't grab a copy from Pastor Edward. Thank goodness Dylan went around to all the Bible Study groups with a bunch of copies to ask if anyone needed one... this is one free book I'll keep!

This would be unlike my treatment of Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank and The Road to Reality: Coming Home to Jesus from an Unreal World, both of which I figured I didn't need anymore. I thought I was moving earlier in the year and didn't need the extra heaviness... at least 18 other books all suffered the same fate. =/ Now I can get Uncle John's Colossal Collection of Quotable Quotes (the Bathroom Reader of quotes) sometime next week because my book list will be even! (yes, I'm OCDL... but you knew that!)

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Bertuzzi OUT of Vancouver! / Dragon Ball anticipation / Evites / Oscar's / outings

Note: LJ House Cast blogquiz, by Jecca.

Eric picked me up at 7:15 as advertised, and when he turned on the radio, we learned that Vancouver had orchestrated a five-player deal with the Florida Panthers: Alex Auld, Bryan Allen, and TODD BERTUZZI are going to Florida in exchange for Roberto Luongo and some draft pick in tomorrow's draft. The guys spent a lot of time discussing that tonight, believe me! When I told Eric that my sister didn't need a ride home, he informed me that she had emailed both of us about it this morning at around 11, and figured that it didn't register with me since I knew the information already. (that, or it got lost in all my spam and such.. perhaps!) He also thought I let out a mini-cackle, but not really... I was just reacting to the radio news about the trade, haha.

At church, we informed Chung and Jeremy about the trade. I asked Jeremy how his week had been: he'd gone to a pub on Monday for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup, and it reminded him of Steamworks... it also had these big-screen TVs and good beer. I think Jon would like it, haha. Then Jeremy asked me whether there'd be Dragon Ball on Monday night: probably Tuesday would be more reasonable, but 1:30 Toronto time is still not Jon's bedtime! (however, Dragon Ball DOES close at 12 or so...) One thing's for sure: by this time next week, I'll have Dragon Ball BBT again!

Our Bible Study group outing will be at Milestones at 8 next week: apparently, they don't mind coming into Richmond since it's easier for me. Heh, I'm so blessed to have friends like these. Karen also told us that her personality was coming through in the Fellowship emails: well, I could have told you that! People also planned games and such for next month's BBQ, and we educated Karen on the "slow response to Evites" phenomenon. It's not that the thing didn't work... it's that the event is in a month, and if you're highly unpredictable (as Jeremy characterized himself) or don't know what you're doing then, it'll take time to reply! We told her to give it a week or two, haha. Apparently Alan beat her to the first reply, heh. ("I feel bad for the organizers of events if I don't reply right away!")

Later, the guys were discussing All India Sweets, where they'd be going for their outing next week. Those sweets are highly concentrated in sugar and such, so they're actually sweeter than sugar. Jeremy was saying that he took one sweet from an all-you-can-eat buffet once, and discovered that to be a mistake since he couldn't eat any more after all that sweetness. Then Eric, Dylan, Jeremy, and I were trying to explain to Randal who Jon was: yes, he's related to me biologically... we're not just using "brother" in a spiritual sense when we say he's my brother! We said that he was wild and crazy (chest chops, jumping in front of people's cars), a blend of me and Steph (weird and loud, but not quite as much), really musical, and was into weird food combinations (which Jeremy had to back me up on since Eric had gone somewhere). I told Jeremy the haggis story, haha. (his orchestra went to Scotland once for a festival... some people tried haggis there, and then decided to try it here a few months later) Randal then thought that he knew who Jon was: well, he'll get to know my brother when he gets back! (Jon's been scarce these last couple of years...)

Dylan brought up going to the Hollywood Café, but then Chung told him that it closed at 11. Since it was 10:20, we elected to go to Oscar's instead... Vivian, Dianne, Terry, and some other new guy (Mark?) joined us. We had to wait for a table, so Eric and Jeremy discussed Shaolin Soccer and other things while I mainly listened in. Much humor was shared, though... that's always a good thing! The ten of us were split into two tables, which was okay. Jeremy likes Congee Noodle House since they usually have more than one big table open at 11, and the food is reasonably priced! (not that it isn't at Oscar's...)

We discussed giving blood, using people to serve in church areas like ushering / counting offering / Powerpoint, Pho and bubble tea, gas prices and tanker capacity, Nathan's whereabouts, farewell parties (Jeremy and I expect to be in the loop immediately if Nathan ever has one!), hosting farewell parties for yourself if you were gone for a weekend ("You only see me on weekends, but I'll be gone next weekend for three days... here's a farewell party for the sake of my having one since you won't see me for two weeks!" is good logic!), shopping for shirts and pants (custom tailoring!), the tip and tax on the bill, and other such stuff. Does it really make you a freak of nature if your arms are too long? (two inches longer than they should be) Jeremy's shirt was the illustration of that, heh. Jeremy and I had strong milk coffee, so we both figured we'd be up till all hours tonight: good thing neither of us has to be anywhere at a certain time on Saturday, heh.

After Eric and I dropped Dylan and Jeremy off at church, it was homeward bound for us! He's going to the NHL draft tomorrow with Vivian S., Nathan, and Steph: too bad his tickets aren't general admission so he can't sit with them, but maybe later if people leave after specific draft rounds! I told him about a random thought I'd had about divesting my socks in the car: no, of course I wouldn't take off my socks there! He thought I was talking about vests even after I spelled out the word for him... then I brought up "gesticulations" for some reason. It's true that my vocabulary leaves him wondering, haha! Then he told me that the drunken pictures of me were on one of Steph's CDs which she can't find in her room. That reminded me of the "gymnastic poop" picture: he says he doesn't want me to send it to him, but I'll be all sneaky about it on MSN. ;)

When I got home, he jokingly charged me $5 to open the trunk so I could get my stuff. Robbery, indeed! I pretended to give him the money, then snatched it out of his hand... good times! Then he asked if I knew what "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" meant: of course I do, but I'm not going to say it! (our version would be "Whiskey Tango Bravo," hahaha) I got on the computer to find a message from Eric Ho: he has dinner plans on Saturday, but he'll let me know what happens... maybe he'll come over afterwards to chat. Whatever ends up working out will be just fine by me!

Addendum: Eric and Jeremy felt discriminated against twice tonight. In Eric's songbook, there was a sticky note on one of the pages which said "White" on it. At the restaurant, Jeremy wondered to me why he and Eric got forks instead of chopsticks: maybe the waitresses see white people and just assume they can't use chopsticks! (sigh...) As Rich told Eric a long time ago at the good Pho place near church: "Man, your chopstick skills are better than mine!"

Your 1950s Name is:

Victoria Phyllis

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Friday, June 23, 2006

Showers / Games finally downloaded! / Thoughts and advice / Pants

Eric got on MSN to joke about my taking the bus or walking to #4 / Alderbridge.. I don't THINK so, buddy! I told him that I was going to take a shower, so I didn't have time to bus anywhere that took an hour to get to. He told me that I was only supposed to take showers in the morning... I know plenty of people who prefer taking them in the afternoon or at night, y'see? 7:15 it is! (he says 7:05, but I dunno... that's like almost NEVER accurate!) He also called me a couple of weird nicknames, but that's par for the course around here. I might be contemplative in the car because of my last entry, and not hyper... we'll see.

Time to have a shower and then eat before I leave! :D
(I also did some LJ testimonial meme, haha...)

I've finally downloaded a 5.13 GB torrent of 22 old adventure games... plus the Scumm VM program needed to run it for Windows XP.

Beneath A Steel Sky
Broken Sword 1: Circle of Blood / Shadow of the Templars
Broken Sword 2: The Smoking Mirror
Flight of the Amazon Queen
Full Throttle
Goblins 1
Indiana Jones 3: The Last Crusade
Indiana Jones 4: The Fate of Atlantis
Inherit the Earth: Quest for the Orb
Legend of Kyrandia 1
Maniac Mansion 1
Maniac Mansion 2 (Day of the Tentacle)
Monkey Island 1: The Secret of Monkey Island
Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge
Monkey Island 3: The Curse of Monkey Island
Passport to Adventure
Sam and Max
Simon the Sorcerer 1
Simon the Sorcerer 2
Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders

Corey's thoughts over the past day:

[19:33:02] mrptptpt: are your ScummVM games downloaded yet? I highly recommend Sam & Max or Day of the Tentacle :P Full Throttle and Indiana Jones & The Fate of Atlantis are pretty freaking awesome too.. you can play the Indy game something like three different ways... there's a puzzle toward the start and depending on what method you choose to solve it, the game is more action oriented, puzzle oriented.. or... some other thing.. I forget what the third is :P Sam & Max is hilarious, Day of the Tentacle is great too and involves controlling three main characters at the same time for the majority of the game. Full Throttle is probably the shiniest best looking of all those, but it's about bikers, so it'd probably interest you the least... very cool game though, defnitely don't need to be a biker person to like it.. still has puzzles and things :P

[00:05:47] mrptptpt: there isn't too much to it :P in the program, you just point the program to the directory a game is in, and it'll set it up for you... you may want to get into the options and change the graphics mode to full screen, and turn off the graphics filters so it shows the original graphics instead of trying to make them look nicer (I usually prefer the original graphics, but that's just personal preference.... ) I think there's something about stretching to fit the screen, which you'll want too.

[00:25:04] mrptptpt: okay, just open the program then :P there's a Find Game button, or something along those lines... all you do is point it to wherever a game is :P the ones you're downloading are .rar archive (like a zip file) files, so you may have to unrar them first, but I wouldn't be surprised if the program can handle them rared

[14:40:56] Flami: I right-clicked on the Sam and Max (VGA-CD).rar thing, and it gives me a series of options
[14:42:44] Corey: and I told you which one to use :P Extract Files
[15:13:05] Corey: so you have it unrared... go run the dang thing and point it at the folder you just unrared to :P then you can play
[15:13:50] Corey: this is not a long complicated process :P you're just taking something out of its box (the rar file) and then using it..
[15:14:47] Flami: uh... it says it can't find a game *major roadblock*
[15:16:40] Corey: .........
[15:17:53] Corey: works for me
[15:18:01] Corey: and I downloaded the same exact thing remember :P
[15:18:42] Corey: you must not be going to the right directory or something
[15:24:22] Flami: yeah, I know you did
[15:26:05] Flami: okay.. I see a green screen with some options on it, so I choose "Add Game"... that tells me to select a directory with game data.. I select "C" and then it tells me that it can't find a game in the specified directory
[15:26:31] Corey: probably because you didn't unrar it to "C"
[15:26:47] Corey: you said you made a folder in your ScummVM folder for Sam & Max
[15:26:58] Corey: so it's probably something like C:\ScummVM\Sam & Max
[15:27:17] Corey: or maybe even C:\program files\ScummVM\S&M
[15:30:33] Flami: yeah, I did that... but what am I supposed to do?!
[15:31:03] Corey: go to that directory in scummvm...
[15:31:47] Corey: it can't magically sense games if you just tell it C:\... there's a lot of other stuff in there, unless you literally just put the files in the root C:\ drive, but I kinda doubt that
[16:23:57] Flami: but how to get the path into the scummvm thinger?
[16:24:44] Corey: go click on folder names in there.........
[16:25:12] Corey: click C:, click ScummVM (or whatever the next folder is you need to go to) etc.... it's no different than anything else...
[16:56:26] Corey: .... click C first
[16:56:33] Corey: THEN you'll see the folders within that......
[16:56:48] Corey: JUST LIKE ANY OTHER THING LIKE THIS :P that's how it is in My Computer or anything else too :P
[16:59:33] Flami: clicking gives me the same problem... DOUBLE-clicking, however, seems to solve it :P
[17:08:00] Flami: okay, after sitting through a 3-minute intro (is there any way to SKIP the thing?), I think I've finally gotten to the point where I could play it if I had the time
[17:31:34] Corey: why would you want to skip the intro? that's part of the storyline! :P
[17:54:38] Corey: I think all you do is hit escape or something.... and read the instructions to learn how to save and anything else :P you have a .pdf of the original game instructions and instructions for ScummVM features as well :P I think it's F5 to get to the save / load menu
[17:55:11] Corey: you should probably change it to run full screen too... it'll be hard to see little details in a small window, and you'll need that ability :P

Your Cropped Pants Are
People's Liberation

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Dream: Making fun of Steph's baby pictures, and going places with Jeremy on escalators!

I had a dream that my siblings and I were in a room together looking at baby / little kid pictures of my sister: she apparently had frizzy hair back then, and a literal big mouth! Jon and I laughed at the pictures and threatened to put them up on Myspace (I have no idea how to do that in real life)... Steph was NOT impressed and said "Yaz is ug, yaz lards!" (some "language" that my mom made up in real life :P) Then for some reason, we were transported to someone's house on Easter Sunday. We were having breakfast with both Jeremys, Sam, Dave, and others. After eating, Dave and Sam's brother cleaned up for us while everyone went their separate ways. Durian Dude and I had to meet my brother somewhere because he had to get the car from a friend's place, so we went on spirally escalators / regular crowded elevators and flights of stairs. Finally, we met up with Jon at an outdoor restaurant... the dream ended when the waitress was showing us to our seat.

Interesting stuff... maybe it means that I really want to hang out with my brother (with Jeremy) when he gets back, haha. At least I don't have to call Sam (sometimes getting his brother on the house phone) for a Saturday ride now, heh! However, I still haven't figured out if he's doing the summer Awana or not... maybe I'll talk to him about that on Sunday or something. (the non-camp remainder of their group is meeting offsite tonight, and our group's meeting offsite next week!) Yeah, I could call / email him about that as well, but I'll wait for Sundays. It's non-essential that I know RIGHT NOW, after all. ;)

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

"Enjoying the single life," are you? / Scumm VM / Quizzes

Note: LJ Sexual Fantasies / the wonderful fugitive LJ corndog quiz / LJ monkey blogquizzes. (by Matthew, Rachel, and Sage)

Eric H. finally showed up on MSN earlier tonight, saying that he'd been busy with work. No worries, since I understand completely. He wants to hang out on Saturday (especially since my afternoons are free now), but first has to see if his parents have anything planned: good call! He said he'd call, but I'll be at Fellowship tomorrow night... email sounds good!

I asked how he was, and he commented that he was "enjoying the single life." The last time we talked, he still had a girlfriend (Fay) in China, so I asked if I was missing something...

[21:16:53] (o)*-)for my zui ai de bao bei (x) lo, 她會快快來。。。當然真甜 la﹗: HI
[21:17:52] Flami: Nose-Breath has beat sickness DOWN!: oh hey! look who shows up on MSN... :P

[cut irrelevant conversation about my brother coming back in three days now and other stuff]

[21:39:04] Flami: so what's up with you?
[21:39:58] Eric H.: working..... and enjoying the single life
[21:40:00] Eric H.: haha
[21:42:42] Flami: enjoying the single life, eh?
[21:42:48] Flami: hmm... am I missing something?
[21:55:01] Eric H.: maybe we should hang out so that I can UPDATE my blogs, haha
[21:55:55] Flami: haha, maybe... by the way, did I miss something?
[21:56:15] Eric H.: ??
[21:57:10] Flami: [21:39:58] Eric H.: working..... and enjoying the single life
[21:57:41] Flami: so... does this mean you're single? or am I reading things wrong?
[22:03:22] Eric H.: how come you have my old name??
[22:04:06] Flami: this is Trillian.. it tends to be weird with MSN
[22:04:12] Eric H.: icic
[22:05:24] Flami: so... single? not that I want to pry and such (of course not), but your comment made me wonder
[22:06:00] Eric H.: haha.. now you know
[22:07:46] Flami: now I know about... ?? ah, let me guess... one of you initiated a breakup for certain reasons
[22:08:30] Eric H.: you are WRONG......
[22:08:50] Eric H.: I was just referring my time away from her now..... feels like "SINGLE"
[22:09:44] Flami: geez, you're going to give people a heart attack with that :P
[22:10:27] Eric H.: sorry, sorry....
[22:11:13] Flami: you see, when most people say "I'm enjoying the single life," it means that they are in fact single and not currently in a relationship with anyone... that could even mean that they're seeing people... the single life means picking up girls and stuff :P not being attached :P
[22:13:10] Eric H.: ok.. got it
[22:14:34] Flami: you can see how that would be confusing... you'd probably get in trouble with Fay if you said that to her :P

Hahaha, that would be interesting if he posted it in LFA. Just to see how people there would react if he described "the single life" as such, hehe. Not that I'd do it for him, of course. ;)

As Bob Dylan would say, that was a case of Mixed-Up Confusion there! At least I got a chance to educate / illuminate him on the English language, heh. Oh, and if this hangout does happen, I'm going to introduce him to Ben and Jerry's ice cream too. (it may not be fresh from the 7-11 freezer as it was for Steph and Vivian last Tuesday, but hey... you can't have everything! :P)

Corey told me about the Scumm VM website. When he mentioned "sourceforge," I told him that it reminded me of Jeremy. Of course, he had to take it the p*rn star route: "Ron Jeremy?" I ignored that, and thought his previous "Jeremy" riff was better.. Pearl Jam's Jeremy was a good song, after all. ;)

Favorite rock group:
Current mood:
What will happen to you today:Your toilet overflows, flooding your bathroom.
Will your luck improve?False
Chance that you will have a nervous breakdown:
Will you need to see a psychiatrist?Nah, you just go with the flow.
How many days will it take you to recover?4,572
This Fun Quiz created by Amanda deLassus at BlogQuiz.Net
Virgo Horoscope at DailyHoroscopes.Biz

Note: I'm not stoned at the moment (or ever :P)... I just thought that this result was the most hilarious! ("go with the flow when your toilet overflows in the bathrooom") Hahaha, maybe I'm too immature. But it's quirky! :D
Too bad that my luck never improves / I'll certainly have a nervous breakdown / it takes so long to recover, though!

why are you a bitchin' celebrity?
who are your best buddies?
how often do you talk to your mum?
what could you not live without?
Kevin Smith. awesome or soooo overrated?
you can barely remember...what the name of Gargamel's cat was... man, I KNOW this one!
your favourite person ever is...fiddy cent. peace out, nigga!
the magazines say you're inspiration to the young children, full of grace
you will...keep doing what you do best, and become a solid part of history!
and then you'll be replaced one! you are irreplaceable, man!
This Fun Quiz created by donna at BlogQuiz.Net
Pisces Horoscope at DailyHoroscopes.Biz

Fifty Cent as my favorite person?! Hahaha, suuuuuure...

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Thursday, June 22, 2006

The joys of having dry laundry / Multiple personalities / Quizzes

Did laundry, and discovered my current annoyance: The dryer was ALREADY ON when I started it up with my money! I wonder if that's why it sucks so much these days... Then again, the washing machine is like that too... o_O Although I will say that this is the first load in like two months that's been totally dry when I've put it through just one dryer cycle. No, I did not put too much in the other times... at least, I don't think I did!

I also caught up on various things like comments while I played around with various online games. Methinks I should read more books about people who have multiple personalities: I used to read that stuff in Gr. 11 and 12, and always thought it was quite interesting!

I think I have a plan on how to get rid of some of my tags: I'm not sure that I'll actually do it, though. Retagging entries that have a lot of weird tags using the "edit entry" interface should work. (then I'll get rid of them by sorting the tags management page by usage!) We'll see whether that gets accomplished: I'm betting not, haha.

Here's the tampon game, from Amy on a Myspace bulletin:

This is called the Tampon. This is how you play: Think of a title of a movie, only change one word to "tampon"...

1. Kyle - How to Lose a Tampon in Ten Days
2. Stephanie - Deuce Bigalow, Tampon Gigolo
3. Andrea - Mr. and Mrs. Tampon
4. Aaron - Charlie and the Tampon Factory
5. Becker - Dude, Where's My Tampon?
6. Hallie - Just Tampons... Just Cause
7. Amber - Raise Your Tampon... Raise Your Voice
8. Leah - A Tampon Story..... like A Cinderella Story
9. CHARLEY - When A Tampon Calls... like When A Stranger Calls... haha
10. Brittany - When Tampon Met Sally (When Harry Met Sally)
11. Jacob - Without A Tampon (Without A Paddle)
13. Chance - House of Tampons (House of Wax)
14. Dustin - Tampons of the Caribbean
15. Austin - What Tampons Want (What Girls Want)
16. Chase - Tampons Gone Wild (Girls Gone Wild)
17. Jennifer - Fun with Dick and Tampon (Fun with Dick and Jane)
18. Kaelin - Tampon in a Bible (Bullet in a Bible) haha
19. Lorin - The Blue Tampon (The Blue Lagoon)
20. Emily - Tampon Powers: Goldmember
21. Dave - Tampon Hour (RUSH HOUR)
22. Cassidy - The Tampon and the Furious (The Fast and the Furious)
23. Renee - Tampon Ville Horror (Amityville Horror) haha, that was beyond gay...
24. Nicole - How The Grinch Stole Tampons (How The Grinch Stole Christmas)
25. Jessica - Scent of a Tampon (Scent of a Woman with Al Pacino)
26. Ryan - The 40-Year-Old Tampon... hahaha
27. Dorothy - Rocky Horror Tampon Show (Rocky Horror Picture Show)
28. Melissa - Tampon Men 3 (X-Men 3) heh..
29. Hayley - Tampon of Oz, ha ha ha (Wizard of Oz) oh, man...
30. GRANT - HE GOT TAMPON .. He Got Game... yeah, I know it's lame... who gives a crap
31. Sarah - The Pink Tampon (The Pink Panther) ha, lame... I like The 40-Year-Old Tampon the best.
32. Krissy - The Hills have Tampons (The Hills have Eyes)
33. Cameron - Monty Python Search for the Holy Tampon
34. Misa - The Tampon Code
35. J-money - Die Hard: With a Tampon (Die Hard: With a Vengeance)
36. Lana - Amazon Tampons on the Moon (Amazon Women on the Moon)
37. Elise - The Little Tampon That Could. :)
38. Mariah - A Tampon Line (aka A Chorus Line)
39. Rachel - Tampon of the Dead (Shaun of the Dead)
40. Emily - Trading Tampons (Trading Places)
41. Amy - Harry Potter and the Tampon of Fire (Ouch! By the way, if you can't figure out the original source, you've been living under a rock tampon your whole life)
42. Leslie - Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Tampon (Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb)

Leslie's Past Lives

1559 BC: A traitor
241 AD: A nomadic hobo
1840 AD: A nun
'What were you in your past lives?' at

You Don't Need a Man, but You Want One!

You like having a guy in your life, and overall, you prefer not to be single.
You won't go out with a guy out of desperation.. you'd rather be alone.
However, when you're single, you do tend to obsess a little over dating.
Because no matter how good your single life is, it's better with a great guy around.

What Your Soul Really Looks Like

You are very passionate and quite temperamental. While you can be moody, you always crave comfort.

You are not a very grounded person. You prefer dreams to reality. For you, it's all about possibilities.

You see yourself with pretty objective eyes. How you view yourself is almost exactly how other people view you.

Your near future is all about change, but in very small steps. The end of the journey looks far, but it's much closer than you realize.

For you, love is all about caring and comfort. You couldn't fall in love with someone you didn't trust.

Your Dolce & Gabbana Summer Look Is

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Dreams of a dark rainy church day and a bad toddler class

Well, it would seem my mind is back to its usual top form in providing me with weird journeys of the subconscious. :)

This dream opened in the church basement, where I was helping with the toddler Sunday School as usual. However, this class seemed to be rambunctious and would get into fights over the littlest thing, like the toys not being where they wanted them. Little Rachel (who was wearing a white flowered dress) would run out of the door if any of us left it open, so we had to chase her down quite a few times. Little Christopher and Nathan were good, though: their dad (in a blue shirt and black pants) gave me a package of dry colored pasta shaped like teddy bears "from the kids." I thanked him and thought it would go well with my white-and-red package of hamburgers that I had in my fridge (that was from Corey, of all people). The class ran out of coloring sheets, and had to borrow some from one of the other classes... this is when a crayon war broke out amongst the kids, which we had to quell. o_O

Thankfully, Eric came to pick me up a few minutes later: he had a blue-and-white knapsack (which he wouldn't have in real life), and his blue jacket was wet. He told me that apparently my parents wanted me to go home with him: fine by me! Auntie Cathy arrived to take some stuff out of the room, and so did a few of the older kids in Gr. 5... they wore shoes in the room even though it wasn't permitted! (however, they were only there for a couple of minutes to pick more stuff up) We saw Margaret L. in the basement, and talked to her for a little bit.

Eric and I went upstairs, where Citrus (in a blue shirt and dark pants, and wearing a knapsack trimmed with red) was looking for my sister, who was looking for Joyce. We all talked to my parents for a bit, then headed outside in the dark where everyone was under huge umbrellas with good reason: it was raining like MAD! Found my sister and Joyce: Steph informed us that we only had an hour to decide whether we wanted to help out with the summer Awana. The dream ended as I was asking her what she was doing in the summer: NOT the summer Awana, but some Vancouver-based work safety seminar for her job. Weird stuff...

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Azureus, old-school adventure games, and more!

Corey and I were discussing old-school adventure games tonight. That reminds me, I really should get You Don't Know Jack sometime since I have stuff like Carmen Sandiego / Number Munchers / Cross Country Canada / Oregon Trail already...

[22:39:10] AlenaBrolxFlami: I'm playing MOTAS again
[22:40:37] mrptptpt: Masters Of Tits / Ass Squeezing?
[22:41:49] AlenaBrolxFlami: no :P
[22:42:05] AlenaBrolxFlami: MOTAS
[22:42:57] mrptptpt: oh yeah, that :P
[22:47:11] AlenaBrolxFlami: so have you played?
[22:47:28] mrptptpt: the first time you sent me to that
[22:47:42] AlenaBrolxFlami: I bet you finished it too
[22:52:30] mrptptpt: nope, it's boring because there isn't a storyline, just room after room :P play some adventure games... same type of gameplay, plus a storyline and much much much more entertainment value :P
[22:55:32] AlenaBrolxFlami: wish I could
[22:56:19] mrptptpt: why can't you? :P
[23:00:02] AlenaBrolxFlami: because they're elusive beasts
[23:01:20] mrptptpt: hey, I know this guy that has tons of them
[23:05:42] mrptptpt: and bittorrent sites have lots of others :P
[23:08:18] AlenaBrolxFlami: so who exactly has tons of them? :P
[23:09:53] mrptptpt: uh, me?
[23:15:29] AlenaBrolxFlami: I thought you were talking about yourself there :P
[23:17:49] mrptptpt: darn tootin'
[23:22:03] AlenaBrolxFlami: I was going to say that searching Google for "adventure games" gives me a lot of muck :P
[23:24:01] mrptptpt: search TORRENT sites :P
[23:24:04] mrptptpt: then you can download them
[23:24:17] mrptptpt: Isohunt and BT Junkie are good
[23:30:22] AlenaBrolxFlami: yeah, but what games are okay?
[23:32:14] mrptptpt: look for scummVM
[23:33:15] mrptptpt: if you can download a huge torrent of all those games... that would be nice :P that'd be Sam & Max, Indiana Jones & The Fate of Atlantis, Day of the Tentacle, Full Throttle... Monkey Island, I think...
[23:33:30] mrptptpt: ScummVM is just a program that makes them run nicely on modern computers :P
[23:34:14] mrptptpt: here
[23:34:38] mrptptpt: 4th one down is gigantic.. 5.13 gigs :P that probably has all of the above, plus a lot of other stuff :P
[23:35:26] mrptptpt: yeah, that's like every version of every game ScummVM supports :P
[23:35:50] AlenaBrolxFlami: can I even HANDLE 5.13 gigs?! o_O
[23:36:09] mrptptpt: I'm going to download that, actually.. there's a few in there I don't have. I have legal copies of everything I listed above though, actually :P
[23:36:25] mrptptpt: do you have 5 gigs of space? I'm pretty sure that you do :P
[23:36:29] mrptptpt: if so, then of course you can
[23:36:53] mrptptpt: if you leave your computer on all day, and it seems like you do... just let it download in the background for a few days, and you'll have it :P
[23:37:41] mrptptpt: you can always burn the games to CD / DVD (don't think you have a DVD burner though, right? :P) if you need the hard drive space
[23:37:52] mrptptpt: I'm pretty sure you're not even using most of your hard drive, though
[23:39:42] mrptptpt: okay, I'm downloading that as we speak :P
[23:51:27] AlenaBrolxFlami: I don't have one, no... I'm pretty sure Nate and Eric do, which won't help me :P
[23:51:50] AlenaBrolxFlami: sounds good... but what happens if I need to restart the computer at some point when the download's not finished yet?
[23:52:20] mrptptpt: doesn't matter
[23:52:40] mrptptpt: it picks up where it left off :P
[23:53:08] mrptptpt: it doesn't even send you anything sequentially.... you just get random bits of the file from the various other people that have it
[23:53:14] mrptptpt: eventually, you have the whole thing
[23:54:38] AlenaBrolxFlami: so if I start the download and I need to restart, it'll automatically restart the download from wherever? :P
[23:59:36] mrptptpt: if you use a torrent program like Azureus... yeah. when you start it, it checks all your active downloads, sees what you already have, and then starts asking people for parts you don't have :P
[00:03:03] mrptptpt: I'm downloading it, so you'll be getting it at least partially from me :P
[00:03:08] AlenaBrolxFlami: well, I have that somewhere, so I started it up... what now?
[00:03:16] mrptptpt: you have Azureus?
[00:03:45] AlenaBrolxFlami: uh, yeah
[00:05:18] mrptptpt: so just click the download torrent link on that site I linked you to :P
[00:05:43] mrptptpt: click the title and it'll expand and show detailed information.. big DOWNLOAD TORRENT link at the top of that :P
[00:10:14] AlenaBrolxFlami: I'm going to click OK unless you say not to!!!!!!
[00:10:46] mrptptpt: sure
[00:12:34] AlenaBrolxFlami: oh dear... where should I save this to?
[00:14:31] mrptptpt: the .torrent file from the website? don't save it, open it with Azureus :P
[00:14:53] mrptptpt: the actual stuff... I just made a folder called "torrents" where I download shit to
[00:15:04] mrptptpt: then when you have it, you can move it wherever you want
[00:20:14] AlenaBrolxFlami: ah... finally
[00:20:43] AlenaBrolxFlami: but it's red and yellow!
[00:21:24] AlenaBrolxFlami: never mind, it turned blue
[00:23:41] mrptptpt: probably just weren't connected to people yet :P
[00:24:13] AlenaBrolxFlami: something like that...
[00:29:43] mrptptpt: so, now you wait :P
[00:30:03] mrptptpt: mine says 18 hours left :P
[00:47:21] AlenaBrolxFlami: make up your mind!
[00:48:16] mrptptpt: about what?
[00:50:34] AlenaBrolxFlami: not you... the download time :P
[00:51:38] AlenaBrolxFlami: in the last few minutes, it's gone from 23 hours to 2 days.... now it's stabilized temporarily at 1 day 21 hours :P
[00:57:05] mrptptpt: that's because the download speed is always changing :P
[01:03:29] AlenaBrolxFlami: so that's normal?
[01:05:39] mrptptpt: yeah... it's not going to stay constant when you're constantly connecting to new people or disconnecting from people, and their speeds change based on what they're doing and whatever... of course it's going to change a lot
[01:22:17] AlenaBrolxFlami: okay, time to test this theory of yours
[01:23:58] mrptptpt: double click the torrent and then click the Peers tab and watch that for a while :P the speeds will change and the people you're connected to will change
[01:25:36] AlenaBrolxFlami: remind me about that in ten minutes :P
[01:44:54] mrptptpt: mine is flying now :P 370 k/sec
[01:44:55] mrptptpt: 401 k/sec :P
[01:46:14] mrptptpt: 428 k/sec
[01:46:23] mrptptpt: ~3 hours remaining :P
[01:47:27] AlenaBrolxFlami: you were wrong
[01:47:33] AlenaBrolxFlami: it did not start up
[01:47:54] mrptptpt: what are you talking about now? did you actually start Azureus? :P
[01:50:03] AlenaBrolxFlami: there was the weak link in my thought process :P
[02:02:04] AlenaBrolxFlami: it's not working... oh wait, it says it's checking something
[02:03:03] mrptptpt: yeah... it wouldn't need to if you closed it properly though, and I'm guessing you didn't since you reset the computer by cutting power to it from the wall :P
[02:03:17] mrptptpt: 5 gigs takes a while to check
[02:03:52] AlenaBrolxFlami: and yet it's gotten 3% done in the last few seconds... however, the "downloaded" thing isn't changing
[02:04:22] mrptptpt: it won't download while it checks to see what it still needs to download :P
[02:04:50] AlenaBrolxFlami: so why is the "done' thing changing? :P
[02:23:54] AlenaBrolxFlami: NEVER MIND, IT'S DOWNLOADING NOW

what kind of wolf do you like
do you even like wolves?
what color is your favorite out of red and black
you are the:black and white wolf
Because you:don't have many friends... maybe that's for a good reason
good or bad:good
This Fun Quiz created by Kasey at BlogQuiz.Net
Entertainment News at NewsDump. All the latest goss!

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Mega-points on a word, another hatting, quizzes on Green Day / darkness / eyes / more!

I just got 11,500 points on the word "pirate" in Bookworm! This was because I used one blue sapphire, two green tiles, and two yellow tiles in its construction. That's right, folks: only one regular tile was used! o_O

I should note that I also once got 12,000 points for the word "barre" in a recent game. However, I don't recall what combination of tiles got me that high a word score...

While I was in the shower just now, I got hit by the "missing hat bot" again. This time, it was cyberhat2000. Strange, since I hadn't recently updated my LJ...

[20:09:04] cyberhat2000: i say, old bean, have you seen my hat?
[20:09:28] cyberhat2000: ok????
[20:11:38] cyberhat2000: and who are you?
[20:32:47] AlenaBrolxFlami: I think we've both just gotten hatted...
[20:32:54] AlenaBrolxFlami: look it up on Wiki or LJ..
[20:33:03] AlenaBrolxFlami: it's a bot that connects two random LJ users

That was no fun, compared to recent conversations in the hat bot community. :P

You scored as Mysterious. You have mysterious eyes. You look at the floor when you walk, and you are afraid of real love.





























Your eyes crying out for help?
created with

Take the quiz:
What Type of Pop-Tart Are You?

Mmmm! You love to eat! No matter how bad the food may be to you, it won't go into your mouth unless it tastes good!

Quizzes by -- the World's Biggest Yearbook!

All of the possible quiz results for this quiz:

* CHERRY (You scored 2)
* BLUEBERRY (You scored 0)
* STRAWBERRY (You scored 0)
* WILDBERRY (You scored 1)
* SMORES (You scored 3)

Take the quiz:
What does your dark personality lie upon?

Your darkness lies upon Mystery. Not much is known about you. To others, you come off as the quiet loner. You are most likely intelligent, but you keep all your knowledge to yourself. The fact that you are mysterious may or may not contribute to the fact that you cannot stand humans.

Quizzes by -- the World's Biggest Yearbook!

All of the possible quiz results for this quiz:

* Hatred (You scored 1)
* Sorrow (You scored 0)
* Mystery (You scored 2)
* Misunderstanding (You scored 2)
* Loneliness (You scored 0)
* Fear (You scored 0)

Take the quiz:
Which song from Dookie are you?

"I'm not growing up / I'm just burning out and I stepped in line to walk amongst the dead..." You stopped caring, and you'd rather do nothing with your life than grow up and make something of it!

Quizzes by -- the World's Biggest Yearbook!

No comment. :P

All of the possible quiz results for this quiz:

* Burnout (You scored 2)
* Having a Blast (You scored 0)
* Chump (You scored 0)
* Longview (You scored 0)
* Welcome to Paradise (You scored 1)
* Pulling Teeth (You scored 0)
* Basketcase (You scored 1)
* She (You scored 0)
* Sassafras Roots (You scored 0)
* When I Come Around (You scored 0)
* Coming Clean (You scored 0)
* Emenius Sleepus (You scored 0)
* In The End (You scored 0)
* F.O.D. / F**k Off And Die (You scored 0)
* All By Myself (You scored 0)

Ah, the memories of Scott McIntyre / Jon / James of 1993 and 1994... *nostalgia*

Take the quiz:
What's your symbol?

Reversed Pentagram
Antichrist much? You are the Reversed Pentagram. You should get it tattoed between your shoulder blades like Matt Zane..... (go to Google Images and type in Matt Zane... the first picture shows it well.)

Quizzes by -- the World's Biggest Yearbook!

All of the possible quiz results for this quiz:

* Anarchy Symbol (You scored 1)
* Reversed Pentagram (You scored 2)
* Upside-down cross (You scored 2)
* Guitar (You scored 2)
* Cross (You scored 0)
* Heartagram (You scored 1)

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Eric and relaxation, Dane Cook, poem on proofreading, lady / gentleman, designer sunglasses, hearts

Dane Cook on Wikiquote

Hmm... it seems Eric has issues with my definition of "being relaxed" since he told me just now that I was never relaxed on a certain car ride last Friday. Just because I was laughing all the time at random things doesn't mean I'm not relaxed, dude! :P

Although it is true that he gave me tips on how to relax, such as breathing slowly through my nose... I'm not sure I took any of those into consideration. Oh well, being very easily amused is a family trait he should know about by NOW since he's known us for so long! :D

Someone pointed me to a Taylor Mali poem about proofreading. Hahaha, I love this! Eric thinks it's a tad inappropriate (and I can see why!), and informs me that his Messenger has spellchecker: if he types something incorrectly, it'll be underlined red for him. That doesn't sound too bad, then!

Source here.

The the impotence of proofreading
By Taylor Mali
Taylor Mali

Has this ever happened to you?
You work very horde on a paper for English clash
And then get a very glow raid (like a D or even a D=)
and all because you are the word's liverwurst spoiler.
Proofreading your peppers is a matter of the the utmost impotence.

This is a problem that affects manly, manly students.
I myself was such a bed spiller once upon a term
that my English teacher in my sophomoric year,
Mrs. Myth, said I would never get into a good colleague.
And that's all I wanted, just to get into a good colleague.
Not just anal community colleague,
because I wouldn't be happy at anal community colleague.
I needed a place that would offer me intellectual simulation,
I really need to be challenged, challenged dentally.
I know this makes me sound like a stereo,
but I really wanted to go to an ivory legal collegue.
So I needed to improvement
or gone would be my dream of going to Harvard, Jail, or Prison
(in Prison, New Jersey).

So I got myself a spell checker
and figured I was on Sleazy Street.

But there are several missed aches
that a spell chukker can't can't catch catch.
For instant, if you accidentally leave a word
your spell exchequer won't put it in you.
And God for billing purposes only
you should have serial problems with Tori Spelling
your spell Chekhov might replace a word
with one you had absolutely no detention of using.
Because what do you want it to douch?
It only does what you tell it to douche.
You're the one with your hand on the mouth going clit, clit, clit.
It just goes to show you how embargo
one careless clit of the mouth can be.

Which reminds me of this one time during my Junior Mint.
The teacher read my entire paper on A Sale of Two Titties
out loud to all of my assmates.
I'm not joking, I'm totally cereal.
It was the most humidifying experience of my life,
being laughed at pubically.

So do yourself a flavor and follow these two Pisces of advice:
One: There is no prostitute for careful editing.
And three: When it comes to proofreading,
the red penis your friend.

You Are 52% Lady

You're part lady, part modern woman.
Etiquette is important to you, but you brush aside rules that are outdated or silly.

You Are 64% Gentleman

You are definitely a gentleman. You're very considerate and you have excellent manners.
Occasionally, you slip and do something foolish... but usually no one notices!

Your Designer Sunglasses Are

You scored as Blue. Your heart is blue. You are a very calm and relaxed person. You are very caring and like helping others. You're grateful for what you have in life, even if it's not perfect. People love you for who you are... don't ever change that - it's what makes you the great person that you are.



















~What colour is your heart?~
created with

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

My Autobiography

Hey, I actually have a semblance of an appetite again! Yay for being better! :D

Here's an autobiographical survey from Amy in a Myspace bulletin:

Where did you take your default pic? N/A.

What exactly are you wearing right now? Orange shirt, black pants, underwear, glasses.

What is your current problem? Figuring out exactly what to say to this one person...

What makes you most happy? Good friends, good food, good times, lots of money.

Name something obvious about you: I'm a gimp.

What's the name of the song that you're listening to right now? Scorpions, Rock You Like A Hurricane.

Name someone with the same birthday as you? Jessica Foster.

Do you have a crush on someone? Not really.

Ever sang in front of a large audience? Yes.

What do you usually order from Starbucks? Depends on my mood.

Has anyone ever said you looked like a celebrity? No.

Do you still watch kiddy movies or kiddie TV shows? Yes.

Do you speak any other languages? Some French / Chinese / Spanish.

What magazines do you read? None on a regular basis.

Have you ever ridden in a limo? No.

Has anyone you've been really close with passed away? Um, not really.

What's something that really annoys you? People.

Chapter 1: You...

Middle name: Chi Wah.
Nickname(s): Sarne, Dragon.
Current location: Living room.
Eye color: Brown.

Chapter 2: Family...

Do you live with your parents: No.
Do you get along with your parents: Sometimes.
Are your parents married / separated / divorced: Married.
Do you have any siblings: Yes, two.

Chapter 3: Favorites...

Ice cream flavor: Chocolate, Cookie Dough, Mint Chocolate Chip.
Season: Late spring / early summer.
Shampoo / conditioner: I use like a bunch of different kinds, so it's kinda hard to tell.

Chapter 4: Do You...

Sing in the shower: No.
Write on your hand: No.
Call people back: Yes.
Believe in love: Yes.
Sleep on a certain side of the bed: Yes.

Chapter 5: Have You Ever...

Broken a bone: No.
Gotten stitches: Yes.
Gone SCUBA diving: No.
Thrown up in a restaurant?: Yes, right in a bowl of hot and sour soup.
Sworn in front of your parents: No, I don't want to be disowned.
Been sent to the principal's office: Yes.

Chapter 6: Who / What was the last...

Person to text you: N/A.
Person to call you: Mom.
Person you hugged: Dunno.
Person you tackled: Dunno.
Thing you touched: The ethereal air particles.
Thing you ate: Mom's congee.
Thing you drank: Water.
Thing you said: "Man, I'm actually hungry again."

Repost this as MY AUTOBIOGRAPHY.

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Justin, chatrooms, first times, partners, sex, carnivals

Note: LJ Anime Convention Drama blogquiz, by Kaylyn.

More quizzes and surveys, oh my! o_O

What is the meaning of life?
How many licks to the center of a Tootsie Pop?
Where are my pants?
Have you ever been to Zimbabwe?
Have you ever reached into your brain?
What did you find?
Was it squishy?
Chances you are a moron:
Number of people you killed:39,905,898
You have a fixation with my mom...True
If you answered you win! Congratulations!
You did:False
Chances you will reach into your brain:
Chances you will find anything:
It's empty.True
This Fun Quiz created by Frodo at BlogQuiz.Net
Libra Horoscope at DailyHoroscopes.Biz

Dating Chat Room Name

Your Dating Chat Room Name is
Get Your Dating Chat Room Name at


Your First Time Survey
Drank alcohol?Probably when I was 17 or 18. Maybe even 19.
Got kissed?Last year. I don't talk to that person anymore.
Got your heart broken?In my teen years, I believe.
Got arrested?Never.
Smoked a cigarette?Never, that's disgusting.
Lost someone close to you?That hasn't happened YET, thank goodness.
Broken a bone?I don't think that's happened to me yet, either.
Got cheated on?Never, as far as I know.
Rode the city bus?When I was 12 or 13 on my own. With family, probably when I was quite a bit younger.
Went to a concert?Maybe when I was 20? (yeah, I'm lame :P)
Met someone famous?Probably when I was a kid and met Lillian Vander Zalm (the then-premier's wife) at Fantasy Gardens.
Dyed your hair?Never.
Had sex?Never.
Got your own cell phone?Never. (lame :P)
Had a boyfriend / girlfriend?2004-ish. I don't talk to him anymore, either.
Got the Internet?In 1994 or 1995.
Joined Myspace?On Danielle's birthday this year. (May 5, 2006)
Snuck out of the house?When I was a teen.. 15 or so?
Got your own digital camera?Never.
Got Drunk?20? But then I wasn't really drunk, so don't know if that counts.
Take This Survey at


Perfect Partner Survey
How tall should they be?Taller than me! At least by six inches. But not TOO tall...
What should they weigh?Not a tubbo, but then not incredibly skinny either.
What hair color should they have?I don't care.
What kind of personality should they have?Humorous, caring, compassionate, trusting... so many things!
Older or younger?Doesn't matter to me so long as it's not illegal or "dirty old man" territory... ewwww!
Serious or carefree?Somewhere in between.
Spontaneous or hesitant?Somewhere in between.
Brutally honest or tight-lipped?Tactfully honest.
Beautiful or intelligent?Intelligent with SOME beauty.
Movie or a restaurant?Restaurant, although a movie is good too at times.
What film actor should they most be like?I have no idea.
What singer should they most be like?No clue.
Should they make all the money?Most of it, maybe... dunno.
Do they need to cook?Yes, because I certainly can't. :P
What is their best body part?Eyes.
What body part do you not care about?Nose.
Desk job or physical labour?Either.
What car should they drive?No idea... I know nothing about cars.
What one thing completely turns you off?Bad spelling and grammar.
What one thing completely turns you on?Humor.
Take This Survey at


40% Ghetto...
Kinda Ghetto.

You are kinda Ghetto. You are not the coolest or most suave person in the world. But you are not that ghetto, either. You are only ghetto in the most extreme of circumstances.

'How sexually ghetto are you?' at

Leslie's Carny ability:

You can swallow a sword, a lit torch, three eggs, and a quantum singularity.
'What is your Carny ability?' at

Labels: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,