Dancing the polka with Miss El Cajon
Well, I don't know, Chris. It sounds like Katie's chaperone also knows what she's doing. It's just that Katie doesn't.
I know it's old news, but I don't feel like searching through your history for a possible post you may have made about these two lists:1. BBC's 100 Greatest Britons2. Channel 4's 100 Worst BritonsWith the first list, I definitely see a few problems - JK Rowling above JRR Tolkien, and the inclusion of Alexander Fleming but not Ian Fleming. What are your thoughts?
ps. it seems Scientologist = Jedi
Your idea is great, I'll bet you could make money starting a business called "Rent-a-chaperone."I really enjoyed your column!
cute column... and regarding "kate", i am convinced she was replaced by a robot by the scientologists, just like in stepford wives...fox even reported on her "missing days"...(you probably didn't want this to turn into a katie discussion, but thought i would mention it anyways)...
The comments discussion can go in any way it likes, Sarah. As long as it doesn't run into a discussion of how much I suck -- I'm already well enough aware of that topic.
I like the way that you started by being angry at terrorists, then your co-workers and finally venting everything towards Katie!It's nice when there's someone around like that to let your anger out on! I'm sure your co-workers are much happier for you choosing Holmes too!Greg - I think you've stumbled across a winning formula!
Chris, your column was so good that I think it should appear every Tuesday. Instead of every other Tuesday.
Haha.. sure, printing it out as I write, will read it first thing tomorrow morning!!! I am not sure about the meaning of French toast, but will French croissants do too?
I laughed so much that the food fell from my mouth this morning, Chris. And I need no chaperone to tell me that you are an extremely funny fellow, my favorite columnist ever, and that I really want to read your column every other Tuesday!!!
I'm glad you liked it, Astrid.
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