January 11, 2005

We Are Devo

Yet another meme to let us list things but also to show us how we've grown in the past year. Or how well the flashbacks are doing.
Take the first sentence from the first post of each month of 2004. That's your year in review.

January: How can I possibly find the elephant who crapped on my tongue if you keep setting off nuclear bombs in my skull?
February: One of my relatives is working her way through college as a pizza delivery driver...
March: The cosmic downfalls caused by cats eating cheese....something to do with evil starfish that fall out the nose and stuff.
April: April Fool's Day, not surprisingly, is one of my favorite holidays.
May: I don't write 'em, folks, I just report 'em.
June: Survivor Blogosphere has announced the six victims players who will be giving their sanity all to challenge themselves, to entertain us, and most importantly, to win.
July: I'd say the naming theme was the least of their problems....
August: Still visiting here in West Virginia.
September: There must be some kind of phallic undertone symbolism in yard maintenance.
October: Yes, they’re real.
November: I dearly love the innocence and guilelessness of youth.
December: Since it's allegedly better to give than receive, a phrase I've never really been a fan of except in cases of sexually transmitted diseases with bizarro side effects*, I would like to offer up this very entertaining site to my friend Mo, of Froggie's Lilypad.
(reverse-engineered away from Don't Panic)

Posted by LeeAnn at January 11, 2005 07:53 PM

I tried it on my blog, but it came out really boring. Am I allowed to cheat?

Posted by: Pixy Misa at January 12, 2005 01:42 AM

And I just worked out why. I work in the billing department of a small phone company, and the bills go out on the second day of the month. So the first few days of each month are completely crazy and my blogging generally consists of "I'm really not dead despite all the evidence to the contrary".

Posted by: Pixy Misa at January 12, 2005 01:46 AM

I can understand that, Pixy. Now, if you just worked in the billing department of a small brothel, the tales would be much more interesting, I betcha :)

Posted by: LeeAnn at January 12, 2005 07:00 AM

Or a large brothel... even better I bet.

Posted by: Dash at January 12, 2005 08:51 AM

A brothel? What's so exciting about soup?

Posted by: Pixy Misa at January 12, 2005 01:57 PM