the -30- at the end makes it very authentic ;)
Thanks - I always feel like I'm using too many words when I try to do mock-journalism.
Gyah. At least you made it an entertaining LJ entry.
And since I'm new to your LJ, if this is fabricate, well, better yet for having me believe. ^^
I confess: it was all lies, except for the fact the swine did accidentally (or so I presume) catch my front fender's, er, doo-hickey, in their lock.
LOL! Well, I know it's been embellished. I was just wondering if the ass had actualy locked his bike to yours, or if you were just stretching your finger muscles. Now that I know, I add-
The swine! Asshat!
Sorry about that - sometimes people don't pick up on my humour and so I tend to over-explain.
To be fair, I don't think bozo did it deliberately - though I still fantasized about kicking in some spokes. Only my outstanding upbringing stopped me - er, and also the fact that he had my bike and would probably have exacted vengeance most foul.
lol! ^^ I actually really enjoy your entries. A little bit of comedic relief, written well, is always needed. And it's still a LJ post.
Did that make sense? I'm a bit incoherent today.....
So long as you "really enjoy" my entries, you can make as much or as little sense as you like. (le purr, le purr)
It mostly made sense; I'm not sure what you meant by "And it's still an LJ post", though.
Lord only knows. I think it means that I enjoy how you take normal "Life sucked" posts and turn them into interesting pieces of writing which may or may not include the theme of 'life sucked'.
And I really do enjoy your writing style. For one thing- I can never tell if you're being erious or sarcastic. ^^
Thank god the Milhouse eyebrows, else I'd have been wondering again.
Such an unfortunate accident. A pair of industrial strength wire cutters would have been your saving grace. Now your poor bike is trapped there and exposed to the lowest of the low thieves who may wish to bestow their dirty little hands upon it.
Cut his lock.
And cut his chain.
No tools, certainly nothing that would snip through one of those U-bars.
Fortunately, my bike is about 20 years old and not at all fashionable (road-bike style) - it's unlikely anyone would want it enough to go through my U-bar.
How come you are allowed to refer to yourself as Mr Geoff, but I am not? Seeing as I don't know your last name, I thought I was only being polite.
2004-07-27 04:16 am (UTC)
Re: Mr Geoff....
Because I am notoriously fickle and inconsistent? :)
Seriously, I used the "Mr." because it's common journalistic style to do so (except in the Sports section).
And I took no offense at the "Mr", rather I wanted you to know it was unnecessary.
Add me you interesting interesting human
Yes ma'am (flattery won't get you everywhere, but it often helps).
Where in Michigan is Fraser (my mum was born and partly raised in Detroit).
Suburb of Detroit ... north of Detroit
My mum's brother used to live in Royal Oak, but it's been so long since I've been I don't remember where around detroit that is.
My sister lives there, very close.
It's Tuesday morning, and I'm awake because I needed to get money off my father before he left for work. But that was an hour ago... So, logically I was drawn to the computer to waste some time... I read this post over and came to the conclusion that...
But I wouldn't want you to change for the world. Have a good day muffinhead...
Not nuts, just a tad eccentric - we still on for tomorrow?