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Sunday, November 30, 2008

Perky People Go To Hell

Pearls Before Swine

Rat, you gotta love him. I do.

18 comments:

  1. Okay, all perky people except Michelle can go right to Hell. Lowest level of it, in fact, where those dudes are face down in the ice and stuff.

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  2. Please tell me that no one in the UCF was ever a cheerleader. That's perkiness as a profession.

    But if you were, well, we all did strange things when we were young. :P

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  3. A cheerleader? Are you *kidding*?

    I ran track. And sat the bench for girls basketball. And was the student trainer for the football team my senior year.

    Cheerleader? Ugh.

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  4. I personally like Pig better. But yeah, I already knew this. It's not so much as their punishment, but as a further punishment for those already in hell. Plus, the big guy doesn't like perky people either.

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  5. I have, on occasion, been called perky. Those people are now strangely bereft of their heads.

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  6. Cheerleader? Uh, no. I was the senior yearbook photographer. I covered events, I was not part of the event. (grin)

    Hell, I double-dated my prom in high school. I took two Nikons.

    Dr. Phil

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  7. Uhm, I'm a morning person, if that counts.

    I'm one of those people who lay in bed for about 5 minutes after waking up, and then I'm at full throttle. I don't drink coffee, but on days when I'm a little groggy (kid emergency at 2:00 AM this morning), I find a brisk 2 mile run at about an 8:30 pace works just as well. :)

    What?

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  8. How do you explain sitting around in the chat channel talking to me at 2am then? ;)

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  9. Staying up 'cause I knew the kid was going to get me up anyway. But I was still up at 7:15 the next day. A little groggy, but the treadmill fixed that.

    I'm sure Jim concurs about the superior therapeutic effects of a good run over those of that witch's brew called coffee... :D

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  10. Nothing, John, is better than coffee. I'm currently on my second pot this morning.

    However, I do concur that a good run does wonders for jump starting the metabolism. Personally, I don't run much now that I'm a civilian again. My left side is a mess, starting at the foot which has a poorly healed broken arch and proceeding through a severely damaged knee to an even worse shoulder. Running is contraindicated under all but the most dire of circumstances.

    I've got a treadmill, which I don't use much, but I've been thinking about getting a good elliptical machine. Something I can workout on and read at the same time.

    Have to watch the after Christmas sales and see what comes up.

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  11. Jim, talk to a PT before using elliptical machine.

    The PT I talked to said I should *not* use an elliptical machine because of my knees, but then I have weird knees. (Anything that forces my feet *straight* is going to be bad for my knees.)

    (she said chipperly)

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  12. Speaking of coffee, today Starbucks is donating 5 cents for every cup of handmade coffee they sell to AIDS research. Now's a good time to go get some from there if you never usually do. ;)

    *sips down a peppermint mocha latte*

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  13. Err... *rearranges the clauses*

    Speaking of coffee, today Starbucks is donating 5 cents to AIDS research for every cup of handmade coffee they sell.

    *sheepish look*

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  14. Hmm, really? I usually hit starbucks at least once a week, usually not on Mondays though. HOWEVER, I do have to go to the bank and the, urgggg, Post Office. Starbucks is right next door, I suppose as long as it's for a good cause... :)

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  15. :watching Random Michelle being perky and just groaning under the strain while burying my face in my hands::

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