Tonight at work I changed my mind as to where the in-store spontaneous combustion will occur.
It's definitely gunna be Register 16's overheating computer. I may not be able to actually physically smell it burning, but I can psychically sense it overheating. I've lost two cars and a laptop to the problem. I can feel it happening.
I have a special power. It's not a very useful one, but aren't you all jealous anyway?
Wendy's mint madness icecream is the only icecream I've ever encountered that tastes just as good with that half-melted-then-refrozen crystallisation on the top, which is completely capable of ruining most icecreams.
Okay, so I don't actually like being a pathetic weepy loser, but having made the decision to give whatever I'm up to my all, I must confess this: I own at being a pathetic weepy loser. And owning at things is awesome.
This may seem counter-intuitive, but I'm really liking not liking people. Instead of just going with everyone else and being all chummy, I'm willing to admit that I don't like a particular person. They are whiny and annoying and useless and not nearly as good at their job as they think they are, and they shit me.
Even though I can't eat more than 2/3rds of a box of Pommes, I always put the whole box in anyway. That way, when I forget they're in the oven and come back to the kitchen an hour later, there'll usually be a few in the middle that haven't yet transformed into small lumps of charcoal.
In spite of being a whopping 4% ahead of schedule, I still have 13gig of internet left to use over the next 10 days. My only definite downloading is 2 episodes of Castle and 1 of Psych. And the usual usgage too, obviously, but for 10 days, that's maybe probably less than a gig.
Where all the money I save by cutting back on fabric purchases, I spend on funky personalised crap that makes me and my friends smile. But hey, a bumper sticker, 25 magnets and 2 self inking stamps for $20 isn't bad. Last week I got 100 full colour postcards, 25 magnets (different to today's) and another stamp for $14.
I've had worse/more pointless/more expensive addictions.
Aisle 14 has matches, firelighters, barbequeue briquettes, candles and fertiliser.
Which aisle would be the most likely to spontaneously combust?
Aisle 12 has batteries and electrical appliances.
Which aisles would be best and worst in case of fire?
At first we thought Aisle 6 would be good because it's juice on one side and softdrink at the other, but then we worried that the heat would pressurise the cans of soft drink and cause them to rupture, and we would end up with nasty shrapnel wounds. We eventually decided we would hide in the big freezer out the back. Worst Aisle was a tie between 14 and 12 (as above) and also 9, because flour tends to explode too.
Some nights are quieter than others. I like these nights.
Tegan, my fellow Psych, and Castle, and Big Bang Theory lover. This time tomorrow night I will be downloading the new episode of Psych, and this time the night after she will be watching it (I'm giving it to her on Friday)
Amanda, who knows all the obscure country songs I reference.
Janelle, who gave her son his middle name (Xander) in honor of a Buffy character (I called my ferret Liam cause it was Angel's name before he got turned into a vampire.)
Right now I'm liking many things. I'm liking any song by the band Dragon, since my voice seems to be very good at it at karaoke. I'm liking Love Today, by Mika, since, although it is difficult, it is fun. I'm liking Beer for my Horses, by Toby Keith, since it got Casey behind the mic for 30 seconds.
I'm liking The Angry American by Toby Keith because Casey likes it so much, but I'm liking Alan Jackson's Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning) even more. Because I like that very much, but I don't know why. And a like you cant explain, is a good like indeed.
Driving at night with the music so loud it drowns out your thoughts. I love this so much I'm considering going back into town for country karaoke, just so that I can listen to the end of Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve.
Our washing machine has a "rinse and spin" option, which takes about 5 minutes. Once you've made a quilt, and you wanna do a test wash to make sure it holds up and doesn't shrink horribly, a minimum 30 minute wait on the actual wash cycle is just too long. 5 minutes is much better. I like the rinse and spin.
This morning, I'm liking how green it looks outside. It's the end of spring here in Australia, but it's been a very wet season, and the grass and the trees are all such a lush, rich colour. And the dew sparkles in the sunlight as the leaves rustle in the breeze, and other such poetry. But that's not the best bit. The best bit is the fact the so much of the natural world just happens to be my favourite colour. How awesome is that?.
...To Stuff I'm Liking. A new blog I had to make because I like to make stuff everyday, and I hadn't made anything else.
Anyway. My name is Sara. I like stuff.
You know why I like stuff? Because it's awesome.
You know what I'm liking right now? I'm liking the fact that Target had Season 1 of White Collar on DVD for $25, but it was $50 at Kmart and $40 at Sanity. And you know what I'm especially liking? The fact that I bought it at Target.