Friday, July 13, 2007

School Glue Jesus

I said some really crazy stuff this week and I didn’t get a chance to blog about it. Like the other day? I was walking down the hall at work and it's a really long hall so I said to a co-worker, “Do you ever want to do a cartwheel down this hall?” and she’s all like, “I don’t think I can do one anymore.” And so I said, “I could do one, maybe, but I don’t want to. Because I’m angry. And I don’t want to do an angry cartwheel.” And she laughed. And then I said, “Wouldn’t that be an awesome name for a band? Angry Cartwheel?” and then she laughed some more.

And that made me think about this one time that my nephew said he had made a School Glue Jesus and how my sister thought that would be a funny name for a band too.

23 comments:

CPA Mom said...

NOT TRUE!!! YOU are VERY interesting!!!!! How many exclamation points will convince you?!?!?!?!

It's hard for me to talk or even think about how much my MIL hates me too. And my sister. Sometimes, people are MEAN. And that? Sucks donkey balls. (great name for a band?)

xoxox

nailgirl said...

wELL i HAVE WHITE TRASH IN LAWS WHO MARRY THEIR DECEASED WIFES COUSINS UGHH.

Much More Than a Mom said...

Your nephew totally stole my band name. Jerk! ;-) Just kidding, but I love it. I just can't play an instrument or sing. Fortunately, I am aware of that.

You are totally interesting. So there.

Jules the Crazy said...

this is only my second comment, i think, but i really enjoyed your story! thanks for sharing such personal stuff, it let us take that journey again with you, difficult that it may be.

and school glue jesus and angry cartwheel ARE awesome names for a band. although, technically, i'm thinking that if you do a cartwheel angrily, you'll most likely end up doing a roundoff, or even a roundoff backhandspring. but those are not good band names at all, so i'll shut up now. :)

keep up the good work!

Kimberly said...

I'm really, really selfish. So I never spend time doing things I don't really, really enjoy.

Hence, since I read you blog, it, and you, are therefore fascinating.

Ain't logic grand?

~JJ! said...

I thought it was great! The whole story. While my MIL didn't wear black to my wedding, I'm sure she thinks not so great things of me...You are not alone!

Angie said...

Well, I applaud you for beginning a long project--and seeing it through to completion.

I couldn't do a cartwheel (angry or otherwise) if Mayor Haslam paid me *umpteen-thousand* dollars from his profit-sharing at Pilot Oil. KWIM?

Regardless, I have enjoyed your blog from the very first minute, and have gone back and read and sometimes re-read old posts. You have an amazing ability to tell stories. You also have the uncanny ability to cause me to propel Diet Coke or any other sugar-free beverage out my nose, mouth, and I swear my ears at the same time.

Therefore, I say "keep it up, Chick. You rock the bloggin' world!"

M said...

I love you. On bagels even.

I hate our MILS. On, um, sourkraut? I cannot even spell it that's how much I hate it (and them)

I'm glad to have you 'back'.

BTW did you get any mail recently?

Also BTW I miss getting emails hobag. I feel like you've forgotten all about your stupid lumpy friend me.

xoxo

Catwoman said...

Yup, people are mean.

But there are people like you in the world, and that cancels out about 10,000 ass munchers.

my4kids said...

You are interesting Chick, even if you don't think so. You are able to write things in a way to get everyone interested and that is cool!
If anything for me, hearing how bad you mil is makes me feel like I'm not the only one in the world. My in laws hated me and made sure I knew it. They took Kelly out when they found out we were getting married and tried to bribe him to not marry him. Told him they wouldn't cosign his school loans if we got married. They had another family take Kelly out and do the same thing to try and pressure him to not marry me. The only people from Kellys side of the family who came were his parents, brother and one sister and the brother was the only one who wanted to be there.....we are still great friends. Everyone else I know always talks about how wonderful their inlaws are and frankly it makes me nauseas sometimes.....

Sleeping Mommy said...
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Sleeping Mommy said...

I just re-read my comment and it came out totally wrong so let me restate more clearly.

Chick, I have to disagree with YOUR last statement. You are indeed very interesting or we wouldn't all be here reading and commenting.

and rudeness said...

You know... my cousin and I were just making up band names YESTERDAY... Ketchup & Qtips is the only one I can remember and of course... all of a sudden it sounds retarded but YESTERDAY! I was ready to quit my job and start up a band.

Anyways...

Girl, I just love your writing and I personally think you are ABSOLUTELY TOTALLY AND UTTERLY COMPLETELY ABSOLUTELY interesting! Did I mention absolutely? I love your blog to the point of damn near stalking it. (But not creepy I want to smell your underwear stalking... promise.)

Jesus... YOU are interesting. Enough said.

And people suck big time. Most of them.

Sarcastic Housewife said...

Some people just like to be mean for the sake of being mean. They suck!

Mother-in-laws are pretty sad. I forgot to say my mother-in-law was a beautician and insisted on fixing my hair at our wedding and my mother (who was a very kind soul - even my husband says he misses her) made me. Guess who had a funky piece of hair hanging in her face for all the pictures - it sure wasn't mother-in-law.

Beccy said...

Hi, this is my first visit and I've read the whole story. I feel I know so much about you from one visit. I think you're very interesting or else I would have left the computer an hour ago!

frannie said...

I'm sad the story is over, but I happy to be back to the regularly scheduled programming.

Lizarita said...

Reason number 9,670 billion that I love you: TODAY. I said to my co-worker while standing in an open carpeted space in our office "What would you do if I just did a cartwheel right here and now in the middle of this open space?"
I kid you NOT.

Kellie said...

You're right...you're not that interesting. You're FASCINATING!!

Thank you for sharing this story with us--the funny parts, the heartbreaking parts and the mean parts (his mom? Yeah, I so don't like her!!).

mAsOn & tErrI's mOm said...

Weather you think your interesting or notdoesn't matter...your Hilarious!

Sorry I thought you were doing a whole month of your story...my bad!

Well I always say the same thing . . .you are a great read and I don't (hardly) ever skip paragraphs!

I hate WV!!!!!

Scraptagious said...

I think you are SO interesting and you are so funny!!!I always look forward to catching up on your blog...and I think its wonderful to be able to write about all this stuff....the good and the bad...its therapeutic for you (hopefully) and it even helps others who might be facing the same things...HUGS!!!

Blue Momma said...

Your story was great. My husband also dumped me early on for his own Whorish McWhorebag, but like yours, realized his mistake and got the opportunity to come crawling back. Or that's how he puts it anyway!

I just figure my bitch of a MIL is teaching me how NOT to be with my son's future wife. And damn, she's being a good teacher!

moosh in indy. said...

Make stuff up. Do cartwheels in very public places.
That could be funny.

SJ said...

You are very interesting....

Seriously.

YOU ARE.

I loved your 12 days posts, and am sad that it's over. I'll keep coming back though don't worry!