'the adventures of a thirty-ish university graduate' or, alternately and perhaps much more aptly: 'as mad as a barking fox'

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

i don't know if i'm closer to heaven, but it looks like hell down there

cleaning my room ended up taking two hours.

you see, i have what freud would call an oral fixation. [that's right, i like putting things in my mouth..har har insert dirty joke here and laugh at the fact that i said insert]. anyways, this means that i'm one of those people who constantly chews gum, bites her nails/sides of her fingers, chews on her pens. you know, the person in the exam room that you wanted to throw stuff at because of the constant gnawing noises eminating from her space?

while writing my religion paper, i fully re-discovered the joy of satled sunflower seeds. the ones in the shells mind, that involve putting them in your mouth, cracking open the shell with your teeth and extracting the seed with your tongue, and then pulling the shell out of your mouth again. now, i had this same joy last year, i'd just forgotten about it for the summer months. so, while writing my paper i ate an obscene amount of salted sunflower seeds. i mean an obscene amount.

needless to say, there were sunflower seeds EVERYWHERE in my room.

7 Comments:

Blogger Katy said...

aaaahh! the sunflower seeds! i remember that from last year... and the mess. heh, remember the popcorn all over my bed, and the night of the pistachios and moulin rouge?

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Blogger Heather said...

Heh, heh, heh. She said 'insert'. Hehheheheheheh!

11/09/2004

 
Blogger megs said...

the amount of pistachos consumed that night was kind of disgusting in an astoundingly impressive way. and we both cried. and she's such a *whore* to boot.

i have other 'heh' worthy words in my vocabulary that i'm waiting to spring on you.

11/10/2004

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that post is obscenely erotic.

and when you said you had more 'heh' words, were you speaking of... 'felate'? as in, "i was late for class because i fell down a set of stairs... again."

11/10/2004

 
Blogger megs said...

i haven't fallen down the satirs in weeks in all honesty. i'm pretty proud of that fact. i can walk! i can walk!

11/10/2004

 
Blogger Katy said...

maybe you haven't fallen *down* the stairs, but i bet you've fallen up some stairs

11/10/2004

 
Blogger anonymouse said...

falling up the stairs is less painless but more embarrassing. especially when somebody is behind you. peek a boo.

11/10/2004

 

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