Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Actual conversation with a blogger

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... yeah but I can't blog about whats going at my house,

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because it's illegal...

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9 comments:

LauraDanielleDotN said...

I highly disagree. Highly. Said blogger should indeed blog illegal goings on, I'm sure they make for fascinating reading!

babyoog said...

Was it Jen?

unique_stephen said...

Laura, I 100% agree. I don't agree on the blueberry coffee - that still gives me shivers - but in this, yes, the blogger in question should absolutely blog about this.

Anne, Now seriously, can you imagine our sober Jen saying anything like that?

Steph said...

What a wuss! I blog about illegal shit all the time.........no i don't but I would if I did illegal shit!

Josh said...

Bait me all you want but I am not going to tell that story about my hydroponic farm for growing hemp to fund my life style of sex, skanky ho's and an underground clothing line aimed at bringing back the Smack.

This is despite the environmental benefits of avoiding the use of water wasting cotton or petroleum based synthetic fibers while ensuring the gainful employment of children aged between 6 and 11....

I won't - at least not on my blog.

LauraDanielleDotN said...

but it's so delicious and flavorful. It's like a blueberry muffin right there in your coffee. Right there in your coffee!!

unique_stephen said...

I'm shaking at the thought. I suppose you sweeten it with non dairy creamer and some saccharin tasting molecule cooked up by a chemist.
The whole year I was in the states I can count the number of times I got coffee made with 100% Arabica beans and real full cream milk (not cream) on one hand.

jennifer starfall said...

i didn't say it was illegal, i said it could be illegal. totally different.

and it would also make me look even more strange, which is territory i don't think anyone wants to explore.

babyoog said...

Don't worry, Jen, we already know how strange you are.

The word verification is "gooexam"