Thursday, March 19, 2009

Perplexion.

Hello readers! Although absolutely nothing new ever happens in my life...I do have a few things on my mind. I'm combining them to bring you a random blog entry! In no particular order....

1. Soy Joy
Please watch the following 31 second ad...



Am I the only one who sees the false advertisement? When I view this commercial I think that they must have a tasty, bean-shaped piece of soy JOY that I would gladly put in my mouth in place of sugary jelly beans. False. It's a Soy-Granola-Crap bar. The commercial should say...
"In the afternoon, when you get your craving for sugar... turn to this Soy bar instead of that piece of turd you were going to eat...you'll be glad you did!"

2. I was driving home from work one day and I saw a guy hitch hiking. I know it's dangerous to pick up a hitch hiker...not to mention, sometimes unsanitary. I have never in my life wanted to pick up a hitch hiker more than I did this man. Why? He had an OWL on his arm. No, not a tattoo. A real owl. I can't help it...I want to know why. Did he recently liberate the owl from the bird sanctuary? Steal the owl? Have a fight with his wife and decided to leave her and the only thing he wanted to remind him of his former life was the owl? I don't know. And I'll never know because of that inherent need for safety that I have. Damn me and my sense of security!

3. Why isn't Perplexion a real word? Perplex, perplexity, perplexing, perplexingly, perplexes... yet no perplexion. I think that's a real shame.

4. My BFF, who shall remain nameless, just sent me this email about a moment in his day:
"...this "little person" just got on the bus. Suddenly the driver is super friendly...and a little condescending...like you would be for a 6 year old who is retarded. Either he's over compensating or he wants to get in her tiny pants."

The "tiny pants" comment made me burst out laughing. Yeah, don't judge me.

5. For those of you not familiar with Logan, Utah...approximately 30 minutes from Logan is Bear Lake. It's a small little lake-side town...not a whole lot of people live there during the winter, but it's a nice vacation spot in the summer. Aaaaaanyway...
The other day I'm leaving Walmart and walking out to the parking lot in front of me are 3 elderly peeps walking to their car. One man, two women. Elderly. One even had a walker. Normally, I wouldn't think twice about this. But, their attire made me wonder...
Their jackets clearly read "Bear Lake Fire Fighters."
All I can hope is that they won them in a bingo game and that they aren't Bear Lake's only hope for fire rescue.


Those are my 5 random thoughts for this week! Toodles!

9 comments:

Brandon said...

*snort* Tiny pants...

Tami said...

I, too, hope those jackets were won in a Bingo game.

I didn't know perplexion wasn't a real word. Really??

I hear ya on the security vs curiosity issue.

Brandon said...

Mmmmm...securiosity...

Abby Gail said...

Yes...I too thought there was a tiny bean of goodness that I could eat instead of sugary jelly beans...Oh, wait I don't like jelly beans.

I love random thoughts...they are so dangerous sometimes!

Bryan said...

I'm so curious who the BFF is. It's going to drive me crazy until I find out who it is.

I think that hitchhiker guy was on the news recently. Turns out he is completely safe. The owl however is a murderer. Apparently the owl would kill the person that gave him the ride. Of course the hitchhiker knew about this but he didn't do it willingly. The owl had his family in a nest high in a tree in the forest.

The family was hiking one day when the owl captured the family using spiderwebs and turtles. He would drop turtles on their heads and used spiderwebs to secure them.

The Owl is now suspected of being involved in 21 other unsolved human murders. He is also thought to be connected to another 1,430 missing mice.

Owl grew up in the Northern Forest. His father was an alcoholic abuser. Owl's mother left the nest when Owl was still eating out of her beak. She left to be with a hawk. Owl's defense lawyer claims this all lead to Owl's ruthless killing spree.


Bear lake is 45 mins from Logan. FYI.

Rae said...

I have missed you and your quirkey (is that a word) sense of humor!!!

I hate Owls said...

Soy is my favorite four letter word. I crashed my car staring at the mass murdering Owl the other day in Albuquerque and screamed," SOY!!! Son of a Soy!!" Bryan may have solved the serial killer case recently found in Alb. Owl has been here at times. I believe he comes from a long line of shape shifters known as skinwalkers. His mother did leave the nest early in his youth to work the streets. Naturally, he went on a killing spree targeting drug addicted hookers working downtown Albuquerque. The killings stopped a couple of years ago. Now the authorities know the location of the HOO HOO-ker killer. Thank you people of Logan for finding this criminal.

Monkey Toe Momma said...

Lisa! You should totally have picked up that hitchhiker! He obviously missed Hogwarts' Express and needed a ride back to Hogwarts!

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