Monday, October 27, 2008

The Four Day Rule or The Like-Like Cycle

Days with no contact or un-returned contact via text message, phone call, voice-mail and/or email from a man that I like like.

Day one: Let down. I feel bummed that my current squeeze didn't acknowledge me during any given 24 hour period. I feel especially let down if I contacted the dude with no response.

Day two: Annoyed. By this time, I have likely contacted the man du jour, and he has yet to return my contact. My typical sentiment during hours 25-48 is either "What's the deal, dude?" or "I guess he's probably busy. Hmph."

Day three: Unacceptable. If you are a man that wants to have any sort of relationship with me, going 48-72 hours without contacting me does not bode well. I begin to wonder if he is playing some sort of weird mind game, and start thinking "Thanks for nothing, sucker."

Day four: Over it. Yep, over it. Meaning, after day four (72+ hours without contact), I stop trying. I begin to accept the fact that maybe this man is just not that into me. Day four is a good place to be. Day four is freedom from the mental agonizing. Day four is the enviable "que sera sera" day. Day four is where the confident "his loss" mentality is born. Day four is a day of liberation from the emotional prison where I have been shackled by handcuffs of boy-craziness for the last three days.

And just when I start to feel really good and mentally sound, he'll contact me. Of course he will. And the cycle starts all over again.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Fun image tag

The rules: Answer each of the following questions with a picture from google images. You may only choose a picture from the first page of your google image search.

My age:

Place I've been:

Place I want to visit:

Favorite Place:

Favorite Item:

Favorite Food:

Favorite Color:
Place of Birth:
Current Hobby:

Favorite Memory:

Bad Habit:

What I am currently doing:

Monday, October 20, 2008

Monday, October 13, 2008

I'm not crying, it's just been raining on my face.

I'm almost clothes-rentingly upset, dudes. As of today Mother's Circus Animal Cookies are no more. This is one of the first effects of the economic breakdown that has touched me personally. Goodbye, Mother's Circus Animal Cookies. I will mourn your loss, little pink and white sprinkled buddies.

No news is apparently not good news. No takers for the failed cookie company as of right now. Excuse me, I'll be publicly weeping for the next few weeks.