Thursday, March 23, 2006

So Much Hair On His Palms, He was Chewbacca's Hand Model...

Jesus, work is boring.

Last time I did anything this repetitive,
I was ten...and then couldn't touch it again for like, a week.

8 comments:

sahalie said...

i'll trade you
especially the next time i get a call from some meth-coke-speeded-out trucker on interstate 5 who decides it is all my fault his mortgage company is gonna foreclose and then i spill pineapple juice in my keyboard and he proposes marriage and the district court is on the other line waiting to talk to my boss who has me retyping some letter he scrawled and then the trucker gets in an accident
i'll just call you and say, hey, you need something to do?

Lisa said...

"How far is space?" that's the question being asked me right now...exhibit A of why I'm not often bored, despite my moniker.

someday, I will be in l.a. and I will make you entertain me for one hour and 32 minutes.

That was the funniest post I've read today, though.

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