11.08.2005

Anything too Stupid to be Said is sung Blogged.

New Rules: Everyone must post less so I can catch up. I am finding it extremely annoying that blogs that usually posted only once or twice a week, or less, are now posting almost daily. How does one keep up? I could use a nice hot bath, but am having an episode of sulkiness as well as pure laziness and don't feel like moving. I'd have to take a shower first anyway and that involves more time than I have right now. Yes, I'm" the girl who has to take a shower before she takes a bath"; I do this in order to get all the germs and dead skin off. I find shudder-some the thought of sitting around in a tub of water full of rejected and very dead skin cells. You are recoiling slightly in horror and thinking to yourselves, "she may have more problems than I thought�; You�d be wrong and if you�re not taking a shower before you take a bath you are the one with the problem. It just takes more time is all. Taking out my news links. I have too many links and they annoy me and I figure that no one is going to come here to click on links to the news; I don't. How many people do you know that read blogs actually click on the links to the Times or the Post or even the SFC? Right � no one. I think people are smart enough to find their own news and then repost it in their blogs as something they actually made up themselves. I think I can get a drift as to if someone is a crazy liberal or Hilter-esque neo- con or a gay interior decorator just by reading their blogs they don't have to prove it to me by their news choices.They will be gone when I feel like facing the the horrific mess that is my template. I think I will announce it when I add a link and take one off. I think of it as motivation for everyone to treat me well. (like a princess of darkness) No one wants to be the kid kicked out of class now do they? Welcome Girl on the Blog to my Blogroll and say goodbye to Killing the Buddha - they are just not doing it for me any longer. Sacre Bleu!! Coup d�etat potential n'est-ce pas? Quelle horreur! Vive la France! It's the untrimmed pubic hair. Et voil�!

Anyone who has the power to make you believe absurdities has the power to make you commit injustices. VOLTAIRE

27 Comments:

Anonymous weirsdo said...

Oh, the pressure! The suspense! If the Buddha can be booted, is anyone safe? I think this could be the next "Survivor."

11/08/2005 01:42:00 AM  
Anonymous JohnM said...

Dead skin cells, nice.

That stuff in France is unfortunate but I spent some time there and they do certainly have their own underclass. Guess the underclass is tired of it.

11/08/2005 01:56:00 AM  
Blogger mojo shivers said...

The funny thing, Miss Cooper, is that I used to post daily and now I find myself slacking off. It's less about not having good material to write about and more not having the time to write the massive posts (and titles) that I feel adequetely covers what I'm trying to say. I never lack for material since I write about my own life and everyone knows my life has been one bizarre trip.

Plus, I shouldn't have any excuses for not keeping my site updated daily since I have co-writer who should be taking up any slack I give.

I guess she's just as lazy as me.

Oh, I hope I'm not among the list of people you want to stop updating as frequently because, seriously, Miss Cooper, I have no intentions of becoming a weekly kind of venture.

11/08/2005 04:12:00 AM  
Blogger EsotericWombat said...

Your new policy regarding links is evidence that you are a sexy genius.

do I risk removal if I continue to post regularly?

11/08/2005 04:57:00 AM  
Blogger The ZenFo Pro said...

There's nothing wrong with showering before a bath. Could be worse - like swabbing down with hand sanitizer before showering before bathing. Now that would be wierd.

11/08/2005 06:45:00 AM  
Blogger RuKsaK said...

I love having a bath in all my flakes - I have the shower after meself.

Also, should I be complacent that my link will remain, given that I just posted for the first time in 6 days.

11/08/2005 07:27:00 AM  
Blogger Doug said...

Mais, jeune-fille! Bain? Douche? Tu n'es pas francaise!

Aw, leave me alone, Weirsdo. We all know I can't speak French, Ms. "I have three degrees so la-di-da"

11/08/2005 09:13:00 AM  
Blogger Jay said...

I, of course, am a typical crazy Hitler-esque gay perculator...so your news links never did a thing for me.

The French does make me swoon though.

11/08/2005 09:37:00 AM  
Blogger zydeco fish said...

You remind me of Kramer, who complained that having a bath was like sitting in a pool of his own filth. It's an apt description, so you are not really weird at all.

11/08/2005 10:16:00 AM  
Blogger Alice: In Wonderland or Not said...

Alice: In Wonderland or Not said...
weirdso: I think it's more supenseful that way, don't you weird?
John: the underclass...yes

mojo: nope you guys are both now posting more and have been giving me fits.;)

Wombat: It's about time you started to post regularly because I was going to remove for your sheer lazinness.

Zenpro: Now that an idea.

Ruk: You are sooo complacent and I think that off all you would do best in a tub full of dead skin cells.

Doug:Je n'ai pas �t� le fran�ais depuis que ils ont emport� mon bidet.

I won't let the weird pick on you ; there is no bullying in my classroom.

jay: i enjoy making people swoon , even crazy-gay- hilteresque perculators.

zydeco: that is exactly how I think about it.

11/08/2005 11:51:00 AM  
Anonymous weirsdo said...

That's DOCTOR FIVE degrees!!!!! Mon dieu.

11/08/2005 01:47:00 PM  
Anonymous pia said...

Okay I will post less. As my server seems to be down that's not a problem

I take showers before baths, but am much more a shower person anyway who is in love with the idea of baths.

When I take a bath I become bored within two minutes; showers never. they release the same endophrins as walking and are good for creativity

If you ever de-blogrolled me you wouldn't be privy to too much info
like the above ;-)

11/08/2005 01:51:00 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

My posts have been cut back some as well. Maybe after Christmas I'll have some more time.

There's nothing wrong with being lazy. Laziness is a virtue...or wait is that patience? Doesn't matter, they're both idleness.

11/08/2005 02:05:00 PM  
Blogger avereragebusinessman said...

Baths seem like more of a women thing except after a night of post, post adolescent flag football.
It�s impossible to post all the time with blogspot and I�m not interested in taking it further so I should not be a problem should you decided to link me.
The French do seem to have a situation going on. Much debate as to why but I agree with the underclass revolt theory.
I don�t understand French.

11/08/2005 02:17:00 PM  
Blogger protagoras said...

Killing the Buddha softly- how humane.

11/08/2005 05:33:00 PM  
Blogger Leigh said...

I am so glad I am already only posting a couple times a week, thus ahead on the rules.

I love baths!

11/08/2005 07:23:00 PM  
Blogger Girl on the Blog said...

Thanks for the "linkage"...

I am not a bath person at all... I too can't stand the thoughts of laying in germy and dead skin cell infested water... *YUCK*

I will try to be the "good girl" and not get the dunce hat in your class... don't want to be kicked out...

Also... Secret... I really don't write in my blogs everyday... I only write once a week but write enough for the week... I guess, like doing your homework in advance... OKAY my secrets out... :)

11/08/2005 08:00:00 PM  
Blogger Alice: In Wonderland or Not said...

weirdso:
Cinq degr�s!!!!!!!
Je suis impressionn�.

pia: Il ne vous concerne pas pia, c'�tait ces autres gens fous de qui je parle.

MJ: A virtue? Yeah

Bizman Nor do I.

protagoras: I am as humane as I can be in these troubled times.

leigh: I love them too, so much one can accomplish while in one, as long as the dead skin cells are gone that is.
I only ask that people remain consistent......is that too much to ask?

Girl: That�s a good idea, for me it just happens to be whatever comes into my head be it once a week or everyday. See, I knew I wasn�t the only one who abhorred dead skin cells.

11/08/2005 08:42:00 PM  
Anonymous weirsdo said...

I lived in a little suburb outside of Paris for several months when I was a kid. It was working class and had several Spanish and Italian immigrant families. I went back while I was in grad school working on my last three degrees. The suburb had become quite divided between African immigrants and old French people. On the bus going back to Paris, I was the only white person, except for the police, who got on to hassle people and haul them off if they didn't have their papers. It was a most uncomfortable feeling, something akin to being a Northern white person in the apartheid South, I imagine.
I think I got a pretty good feel for where the present riots are coming from.

11/08/2005 11:14:00 PM  
Blogger Alice: In Wonderland or Not said...

Weirdso: I've was only in France a couple times once I was pretty young the second time was only for about ten days. I can't say I noticed although I my aunt lived there for a couple of years and her take is similar. It's not someting we usually think about here and is France's dirty little secret. Lots of dirty little secrets getting ouuted around the world these days.

11/09/2005 12:25:00 AM  
Blogger The Taorist said...

On taking showers before baths:
Dead skins are icky I agree. Seeing them float up and swim around you sends shivers down me spine.

On Kicking blogs out of wonderland: It happens. Blogs are linked and de-linked. It's about time we ALL clean up our blogrolls!

11/09/2005 01:02:00 AM  
Blogger Coyote Mike said...

I don't want to risk removal, but Alice scares me . . . in both good and bad ways. So I will either try to post more or less, depending on whichever I am doing already.

11/09/2005 11:16:00 AM  
Blogger Alice: In Wonderland or Not said...

Coyote: She scares me too.

11/09/2005 12:22:00 PM  
Blogger Sar said...

Lots of French here - very sexy. I'm still enamored with France, but I've been so saddened but the riots.

As for baths, any free radical skin cells would be erradicated by the mounds of bubbles in mine. It's scientifically proven. Really. I'd be willing to bet. I'm pretty sure. Hmmm. Maybe we should check with Weirsdo. She's pretty darn smart!

11/09/2005 01:47:00 PM  
Blogger Graham said...

Your episode of sulkiness and pure laziness sounds adorable. I think you need a young, handsome man to put himself in your servitude for such moods Alice. I'm too partial to mental vegitation to muster enough original thoughts to post more than twice a week. Hence, I don't think your new rules apply to me. I could write less though, right?

New links are cool. I'll check out your blogroll sometime soon. Sorry about the triple post thing on my blog... I saw the moderate comments thing pop up on blogger and I started clicking stuff without thinking. Me stupido.

11/09/2005 10:48:00 PM  
Blogger finnegan said...

Dammit to hell I posted a comment but it just disappeared. I've been cursed by the blog wonkies of late.

Anyway, cursed or not, I hope you don't "desaparecito" my blog link. If you do, I will have to resort to sending you a boxes of corpse flakes. These are far thicker, crunchier and saltier than the miniscule ones in your tub.

Do think about it, for your own sake.

Yours truly,

Finnegan

11/10/2005 11:25:00 AM  
Blogger transience said...

i usually post only once a week, because life only happens to me once a week. if i post twice in a week, it only means life was a fluke and it just made fun of me the second time.

i adore your policy on the blogroll. i have lots of links, too, and i think i should do something about them...but i know i won't because i've already alphabetized them and i don't want to waste my effort.

i'm lazy and i think you're wonderfully feisty. you will always be a must-read to me.

11/10/2005 11:10:00 PM  

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