When and why did mustaches become the new thing?
I mean, it's funny... and I kind of like them
(on inanimate objects, only!),
But why are they so popular as of late?
For three of the days I missed this month, I have blog drafts written. They're just so... useless, I didn't post them. So really, I didn't miss quite as many days. However, I still failed I suppose. Oh well, we're not all as cool as Hayley G Hoover. Anyway, today is the last day of BEDA. I still feel as though it was a success, and that I will now blog more frequently in the future (I hope you do, too!). And, I made new friends through it. This is always a plus. :]
FINALS have arrived, my friends. And the bad news is... I NEED at least a B on my math final and bio final. I literally just took a deep breath after I typed that sentence. It is not going to be easy, folks.
Okay, now I have an assignment for you. Watch This Clip. Right now, just watch it. Before you read the next paragraph.
Usually I tend to just zone out laugh tracks during sitcom episodes, which is a good thing. However, as soon as I become consciously aware of them, I cannot stop paying attention to them. Furthermore, they bug the crap outta me. Almost to the point where I cannot even watch the sitcom anymore. You see, I will know when I want to laugh, because my brain will tell me. I don't need these fake bursts of laughter to help me. Does anyone really forget to laugh, but then as soon as they hear the laugh track they go, " Oh! Right, that was funny! Ha ha ha!" Why are they even there? Who's idea was it? Bah. That's why I like The Office. They let you laugh when you want, and the awkward silence is golden.
Now watch that clip again, while you are consciously aware of each and every laugh track. Horrible, right?
Anyway, there's a blogger hosting a Last Line Blogfest tomorrow, where she's asking everyone to post a last line (with it's previous context) on your blog on May 1. Something that you've written. I have one picked out. It's from my NaNo novel. You should do it too! Just make sure to sign up.
So, that's what you'll see here tomorrow. Then, I shall write a blog about Edward Monkton, and later this week I'll post my final Summer Reading list. Three blogs a week May. This sounds doable. TBWM. :]
Rad: Done with classes!
Unrad: Packing your entire room compact enough to fit into a van.