Sunday, April 17, 2011

Omega Bits

It's the official breakfast cereal of the apocalypse. Yum!

I think it was Elanor Roosevelt that said, "It's better to burn out than to fade away." Yum!

What harm is there in wishing that you had the ability to change the color of things at will? It would be a great way to mess with people. Why, I would spend hours at the Wallmart parking lot changing the color of the cars just to amuse myself. You tell me how this could go wrong?

I need a porpoise in life.

Usually, these are the posts that nobody reads, so I just wanted to say that I'm thinking of becoming a Quaker and living on the moon. Someone needs to fulfill insane prophecies and that someone might as well be me.

7 comments:

J. Kwiatkowski-Schuler said...

These are the posts that we read, but become too flummoxed when it comes time to leave a comment. So we say we'll come back later, when we think of something amusing to say, but we never do.

Megan said...

I hear those Quakers make some sweet furniture. I'll support this dream by sending you some lumber.

Christielli said...

It would bring me much zlorph as well if I had that colour-changing ability. :)

The Grunt said...

Julie~ Well, I say it's better to be flummoxed than lummoxed.

Megan~ Hey, you've given me a porpoise in life!

Christielli~ Zlorph is an important thing to have in life.

brettmerritt said...

The last paragraph reminded me of something Grandma said to us when she had her dementia and was living with you guys. Something about you and I going to the moon together?

The Grunt said...

Cuz~ Oh man, Grandma was funny back then. I appreciate now that it was a serious matter, but her uke jams to invisible visitors (one "Billy" in particular) were epic. I do remember the incident that you referred to as being a truly far out moment in grandma history. Anyway, I think a trip to the moon in memory of grandma would be great. I wonder if NASA would get on board?

Jules said...

The color changing thing is uber cool. I love that. I totally want that super power now. You really could mess with people's heads that way. I'd sit on a park bench and change the color of their socks or purses or shoes.. oh!! hair color. Yeah... make them go instantly white. Hahaha.. so much fun could be had there.