The Best Advice Usually Includes Llamas

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"If you get too stressed out, just picture a llama wearing a poncho. I dare you to be stressed after that." - my friend, Ben, in an email that totally just made my day.

January was a rather nasty month here in Skirtsville (and in other places, I hear). My job had me wanting to gag myself with a spork, and it took many hours of Sims 2 and Samurai Jack and cuddle time with the currently nameless sock monkey to keep me from resorting to such painful remedies. That said, I'm in the mood to do fun things and to meet cool people and to smile and laugh until my cheeks and sides hurt. Got any sweet ideas? Links? Sock monkeys?

P.S. Ben, thank you. Internet, the title of this entry is a load of crap.

Jace of Fuse!

Jace of Fuse!

Llamas are a perfectly legit blogging topic. In fact, llamas may be one of the earliest forms of blog entries ever.

Archaeologists recently uncovered an old internet site from the pre-web 1.0 days detailing the horrors of encountering a tree llama and what one should do if ever so unfortunate as to meet one face to face.

Unfortunately most of the team was devoured by a ravenous Unicorn before they were able to return with all of the evidence. The one sole survivor has been far too troubled to document all of the details but he is able to offer up the following advice. "Kiss a llama on the llama... Llama's llama... Tastes of llama... Llama llama duck."

Just remember, you've been warned.

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/llama

C

C

I used to have a sock monkey named Owen - cutest little thing ever. I can't find him so I think he must have run away and joined the circus.

Thursday's Child

Thursday's Child

Ooh! You could dress in raggedy sweats, not bathe, and put dirt on your face and ask random people for money. That's always a good conversation starter.