Just a few words of advice. The following could probably help you all through life, so be sure to memorize these words, write them down, and keep them close to your heart at all times. Always, always hold them on the tip of your tongue, so you can repeat them to anyone you meet and thus help others in life's daily struggles. The words you are about to read could change someone's life.
Never count your chairs before the factory workers put the stuffing into them.
All of you are getting yourselves ready to go eat yourselves a nice turkey dinner. "Happy Thanksgiving!" you cry cheerfully to your friends and family. "Happy Thanksgiving to all, and to all a good night!"
But...did you ever thingkwhat the turkey thinks of Thanksgiving?
You can bet he probably doesn't sit down at a table with his family and get ready to eat a nice, juicy bag of turkey seeds. He's probably not thinking, "Let's all be thankful for this day!" In fact, his first thought is, "O
Just a random thing which most of you already know: Did'ja know you can write your color only at the beginning and end of the message, instead of before and after every quote? Unless you mess up on your own code, the color from your message isn't usually going to bleed into the quote.
So, instead of:
[quote]How are you doing?[/quote]
[color=purple]I am doing fine![/color]
[quote]How is your rabbit?[/quote]
[color=purple]His nose is pink.[/color]
[quote]Is he f
It's when your taco gets up and walks away that you should wonder whether to ask for a refund...
Fuzzy, blue french fries, no matter how interesting to look at, may not be healthy...
Be careful not to let the lady at the drive-through hand you your soda upside-down...
And of course, if you find yourself carrying on a conversation with your cheeseburger, there's something really wrong...
In case anyone's been wondering whether I'm still alive, I am. I'm just really far from home at a quiz. It is early. I am tired. It is really hard to type on a laptop.
And I dreamed about chibis last night...
Anyways, have fun without me! I'll be back to my normal BZP schedule soon---I hope.
This is actually an extremely boring entry, but my dad said I should let everyone know I haven't died yet.
At laptop: NO! I don't want to restart! Go away you stupid box!
Did you ever get zapped in the heart with an intromegamuluffler psychogeneratorotransmaguff laser so your head got all blank and you kept falling over and your best friends were stick men with big, puffy hair and the universe unexplainably exploded and you stopped watching where you were going and accidentally knocked down a bunch'a walls and you got kidnapped by aliens riding in a big, yellow submarine and then all your hair turned green and your fingers fell off and your toes turned purple and
Ever wanted to explain the Web of Shadows plot to someone, but didn't know how? Here's a specially abridged and simplified version, which you can use if you ever come across this terrible dilemma!
Once upon a time the red Bionicle guy turned evil. So the blue Bionicle guy and the black Bionicle guy and the white Bionicle guy and the green Bionicle guy and the brown Bionicle guy all went with the little red Bionicle guy and little blue Bionicle guy and little black Bionicle guy and litt
Once upon a time there was an insane scientist who made a tasty magical spoon and was going to eat it, but it jumped out the window before he could. So he picked up a knife and used it to cut butter instead.
La la la
Moral of this story: Never slice butter with a fork
The one in-between
Once upon a time there was a magical spoon who lived in a lake. It was a green lake with little blue fishes in it that ate spoons. The magical spo
Well, my seven-year-old sister got a Matau.
He lost a piece of his leg armor.
So, she bandaged him with a piece of paper and let her dolls nurse him back to health.
P.S. Yayz! Schizo gave me a proto boost! Thank you, thank you, thank you, a hundred times, Schizo!
A direct quote from the "Turakii Dictionary of Words":
Blog Entry (1) (No, ve, rb, wo): A place where you write the first thing to come to mind, then proofread; a place of chaos, AK-HG; a house of eternal insanity. Most well-known for being active in what is known as a blog. (See "wastes of time.") Used most often for typing with a keyboard (see "weird technical thingies") to write your feelings (see "annoying stuff"), thoughts (see "rare finds"), emotions (see "feelings"), and gibberish (see
*Clears throat again.*
*Falls down strangling.*
I forgot what I was going to say...
I am proud to accept this award...
Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for attending our annual...
Met anyone with weird socks today?
P.S. On a side note, I had a good day. It was sunny when it wasn't raining or cloudy.
I lost my signature (for the second time in my history of BZP-ness) because Jimmy's mail song, when centered, adds up to about four lines. Four lines + "credit to Po for stuff" + "free hugs!" = six lines. That bad.
So, here's a lesson to you all: Never put Jimmy's mail song on your signature unles you're willing to devote all five lines to it.
Out it goes.
(This is kind of a lame blog entry, I know. *Pokes LarryBoy.* Your turn.)
EDIT: And I just found out somet
You may have heard this before, but I've always wanted to put it...somewhere.
And it's all true. That's the funny part.
Rules for Writers
1. Verbs has to agree with their subjects.
2. Prepositions are not words to end sentences with.
3. And don't start a sentence with a conjunction.
4. It is wrong to ever split an infinitive.
5. Avoid cliches like the plague. (They're old hat.)
6. Also, always avoid annoying alliteration.
7. Be more or less specific.
Me inbox, it's being mean. I send messages and no one recieves them, people send messages and I never see them. Only occasionally, though. I think it's a server glitch.
So anyways, if you sent me a message three or more days ago and still haven't recieved a reply, please post here. Or PM me again.
But, let me warn you:
I wish I could say something unbelievably exciting, interesting, and exhilerating here, but my inspirational thought sensors seem to have run low o
Believe it or not, she'd never felt love before...
Poor, poor Vhisola...
This may seem random, but I've been meaning to put this here for awhile. So much cutting and pasting...a full six minutes' work!
You're walking down the street, enjoying the scenery, when suddenly....you feel someone breathing down your neck.
You whirl around.
But no one's there.
Slightly uneasy, you continue, but only a moment after, you feel it again.
You turn more quickly this time, but yet...no one is behind you. No one is near. The street is empty.
You turn and begin to run, but the breathing continues even worse than before. Whoever this is, he's not only invisible and intangible, but very quick.
During a particularly long busy time, my sisters thought up a new game, which I thought I might share with you.
Open the bubblewrap page.
Set a timer to count up.
Now, turn on Manic Mode and see how fast you can pop them! I haven't tried yet, but my mom got 21 seconds. Then see how long it takes to do two pages. Or three.
A variety is to set the timer to one minute and see how much you can pop before time runs out.
I was doing a member search and turned up with a few intersting people...
Dok' has a friend!
And a fellow Toa.
His post count says otherwise...
And, if I'm correct, he must be Turakii from an alternate dimension! If you trust Po, that is...and who doesn't?
"So tomorrow, when you go the dentist, wrap yourself in seaweed and pretend to be sushi!"
Sorry, couldn't resist. Veggietales is hilarious.
Yesterday, we decided at the last minute to go to the free skating night at the mall. It was hosted by ReachFM, so we got to skate to all our favorite Christian music: "Happy" (Aisha Woods), "Shine" (Newsboys--I think it was the remix), "He Reigns" (Newsboys), "I Can Only Imagine" (Mercy Me), "So Long Self" (MercyMe), and some other songs I forgot.