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I'm almost frustrated with the number of awesome Scary Go Round shirts.  I mean, I already have two!  You know?  When the Saddest Wookie one came out I was like "Man!" but a) I already have two Scary Go Round shirts and b) I can't really wear black, because b)a) I just don't look good in it, it washes me out and makes me look sallow and b)b) I have an orange-and-white cat.  'Nuff said.

But then they came out with that Manowar shirt and HELLO you remember how I excited about that guy!  And now that shirt about being eaten by bears?  Totally awesome.  If none of those other shirts existed I would like that talking machine one, too.  Compared to everything it is awesome, it is only compared to other Scary Go Round shirts that it is mediocre.

The other day I had a dream that Brian Westbrook was being attacked by a coelacanth with three inch-long fangs.  (Also its coloring was blood red).  Alternately I was the person holding the struggling, writhing fish on the tiled floor of a bathroom, with Westbrook just an armslength away (the ceiling or something was only a couple feet above the ground, and we couldn't get up); or the person leading the rescue party that was attempting to locate the room in question.  The group was sidetracked often.

Man, last night.  Last night was a big ol' mopey self-pity cry fest!  I don't even know why!  There are several small things that could make me sad right now, but none of them are a big deal, you know?  Even ganging up on me together, my cryey self-pitying mope fest of last night was not justified.  I was upset on the way to the grocery store.  I pulled it together enough to purchase groceries, and then came home to watch the second half of Gilmore Girls.  I cried during that, too, but that was okay because Luke was getting SHAFTED and also fuck you Emily, sometimes I want to like you because you're cute, but really.  Good for Lorelai.

Then I contemplated all the things I could do, things which perhaps I would find soothing once I got into the swing of them -- cleaning the tub, for instance, or doing the dishes or putting away the groceries or tackling the pile of crap on my desk or the tackling the pile of crap in the corner of the living room or tackling the pile of crap in the other corner of the living room or putting away my clean laundry or working on my website.  I decided to do none of these things.  Instead I laid on my couch in the dark (I did not even want to watch Star Trek!) for an hour feeling sorry for myself and then I went to bed.  At ten pee em.  I'm not sure I can remember the last time I went to bed at ten pee em!  Last week I went to bed at eleven one night and that was HUGE!  It took me a little while to fall asleep, but I feel much better today.  So you know, all in all, it's cool.  I got that shit out of my system I guess. 

Um, I can't think of a clever way to end this entry.  I'm going to go find some pizza dough now.  Bye!


Feb. 9th, 2005 07:41 pm (UTC)
SO good! Man, maybe that's why I was so upset, I was pissed off at myself for missing the first half of a boviously spectacular episode!

Did I miss anything important? Boviously Lorelai told Luke about the tequila, did she do it of her own volition or because she knew Christopher would be/saw him at the wedding? Did anything cute/awesome happen during the actual vows? (I came in when Richard sat Emily down in a chair and made a speech, oh and man, that's another reason why I cried, I really like that song "Marry Me Bill" for some reason.)

And hells yeah man, that last exchange was just so . . . perfect. It's a credit to the chick who plays Lorelai, because I LOVE her so so much, but I HATED her so so much when she was playing an efficiency expert in NewsRadio. It wasn't easy to get over that.
Feb. 9th, 2005 08:17 pm (UTC)
i have it on tape, if you lived in queens i could just let you borrow it. too bad.
Feb. 9th, 2005 08:42 pm (UTC)
Maaan you are going to make me cry again because that is one of the little things! My mom pretty much put the kibosh on the whole thing: she doesn't think my granparents will go for it. I'll still maybe ask them, but it doesn't look like it's an actual possibility.
Feb. 10th, 2005 12:16 am (UTC)
that blows. even if you weren't gonna go for it, it sucks to have that possibility taken away from you.

new york is always an option though, look at all us yahoos with non-professional (i guess mine approaches professional, but my attitude towards it isn't really) jobs making a go at it.
Feb. 9th, 2005 08:20 pm (UTC)
She told him about it only because Chris was going to be there. Nothing really happened during the vows, except for Rory staring at Annoying Blonde Boy a lot. And Lor and Luke exchanged some meaningful glances during the ceremony, but obviously that all went to shit. The first half of the episode...Emily came over to Lor and Rory's house with the excuse that she needed her dress fixed, but we find out that she really just wanted a bachelorette party. So Lorelai invites all of the usual town women over. Hmm...that's about it, I think. It really was an amazing episode, from start to finish. Needed more Lane, but then I think that the Lane storyline should be in every episode! Heh.

I DO NOT like Annoying Blonde Pompous Boy and I hope that Rory gets over this infatuation quickly, but I doubt it.
Feb. 9th, 2005 10:27 pm (UTC)
no way, that guy logan rules!

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