Wednesday, April 11, 2007

I'm secure

The other night we had some friends over and we were playing India Rails, which is a strategy game where the main appeal is that you get to draw train tracks in crayon on the board. I recommend it for anyone who likes strategy, trains, and/or crayons.

At any rate, I had an 80s playlist going, and one guy berated me for having a song by Cyndi Lauper. But dammit, Time After Time is a good song. I also enjoy When Harry Met Sally, as well as the occasional musical. Although the large, stupid breeds of dogs (retrievers, labs) appeal to me, I prefer cats. And yet, despite all of this evidence to the contrary, I like sleeping with women.

Don't judge me.

12 comments:

Carl Spackler said...

dude,
i was in the car this weekend and heard Time After Time and turned that shit up. that is one of the best songs from the 80's. there is no reason to be ashamed.

Monkey said...

Even though you are a big fat hairy woman, I still love you very much.

Ahem... in other news... tell me more about the India Rails game? Can I look it up on Wiki?

I suspect the Boy would love it. Purple too.

slappy said...

Carl: Thanks for backing me up. We should get a beer and watch some gladiator movies.

Monkey: Try boardgamegeek.com, they have good reviews.

miss kendra said...

i do not think you are a big fat hairy anything.

i would like to meet a boy who likes these things... and me.

that was emo. i'm sorry.

amera hearts said...

awesome! the 80's rock!

jamwall said...

singing "you light up my life" out loud in my undies won't change the fact that i still prefer to have sex with anything that moves.

jamwall said...

come to think of it. i did have sex with a rubicks cube. those don't move.

Brookelina said...

There was no better time to grow up than the 80's.

Like excellent!

Kat said...

But are you secure in your poop?

slappy said...

Kendra: That made me think of Feeling All Emo by the Unlovables. Good song.

Amera: That they do. A couple years back I enjoyed some Transformers episodes on VHS. They were fantastic.

Jammer: I don't think that's what they meant by "solving the Rubik's cube". But high five for figuring out how to have sex with it.

Brookie: Kids today with their crazy music and fashions, they don't know what they're missing.

Kat: I'm even more secure about my poop. I'm not like some members of the jiggsblog staff that obsess over the frequency, weight, color, and texture of their poop.

Spinning Girl said...

If you're lost, you can look, and you will find me.

slappy said...

Say after me, it's no better to be safe than sorry.