Tuesday, December 06, 2005

now this is funny

I found this all over the net, but i understand it found its start at Faith Or Fiction

Please post a comment with a COMPLETELY MADE UP AND FICTIONAL MEMORY OF YOU AND ME. It can be anything you want--good or bad--BUT IT HAS TO BE FAKE. When you're finished, post this paragraph on your blog and be surprised (or mortified) about what people DON'T ACTUALLY remember about you.

Memories - light the corners of my mind~
Misty, water-colored memories~
Of the way we were....
this is hysterical ... i always thought it was ... like the corners of my mind!!! teeeeeeheeeeeee

10 comments:

will smama said...

I don't remember much but if I close my eyes I can see:
A very cold night
Pine cones
An ice covered lake...
and bare butts.

Oh yeah and Hot Buttered Rum, lots of Hot Buttered Rum.

Wow. I hadn't thought about that in years.

Carolyn said...

will? will? is that you? oh, i hadn't thought of you in years either. now i have another soul tie to break. but that buttered rum was good, wasn't it??

Gayla said...

Carolyn, remember the first time you came to Texas? You just HAD to find a salon that specialized in "BIG Texas Hair!" For reasons only known to you, you wanted some puffed-up, teased-out hair, mile-high hair - the kind any beauty queen would be proud to sport. :)

So we headed to "Big D" and I took you to the most prestigious salon in the city. And so it began. They washed, cut, colored, streaked, teased and sprayed. You looked most um...er...beautimous with your new behive of a do.

Being Canadian and all, you hadn't had much practice holding up a huge head of hard hair, so you looked a bit like one of those bobble-head dolls. I just wanted to stand you up on the dashboard of my car. :) The picture was complete when you popped in a Dolly Parton CD and sang duets with her all the way home!

HeyJules said...

Carolyn, remember that time I showed up at your door for my very first appointment with you and, after spending an hour with me, you told me you really didn't think you could help me (I believe your exact words were "Jules, you are beyond help...") and I just laughed and said "Okay, then let's go shopping! You ended up buying that red aligator purse for $700 and I said to you "And you think I'm crazy?" You giggled and said, "point taken" and then we went for ice cream sundaes.

Wow, that was a great day...

(P.S. this did NOT originate with me although I really wish I had thought of it. I think I was just the first one in the "circle" that threw it out there!)

HeyJules said...

Oh and Gayla, that bobble head doll remark was just waaaay too funny!

Carolyn said...

gayla, that was really good! bobble head indeed. dolly parton, i wish. ;)

jules, the funniest thing is, that is probably exactly how our first appointment would end! i'm not your average therapist. even tonight i met with an 18 year old for her first session over orange smoothies at tim hortons! lol.

HeyJules said...

Well, should you decide to actually THROW $700 away, please feel free to throw it at me!

see-through faith said...

erm - hope no-one's reading over your shoulder- but do you remember taking off your shoes and dancing all night on the lawn infront of city hall - with what's his name? Marc? or was is Pauli

Carolyn said...

actually, it was phil .. and it happened. lol

jules, you'll be the first one to get the $700 if i decide to throw it away. lol

SingingOwl said...

Hmmm...Remember the chocolate cake that got smeared all over our faces by that demented waiter? I don't know why he was so upset at getting his tip underneath a tipped over glass of water. (Thanks for teaching me that cool trick, but when I tried it recently, I spilled water all over my lap, and the four quarters I'd tried to leave as a tip washed into a crack in the floor.)