You know I haven't had any exciting searches turn up my blog lately, it's sad. The last good search was +"Matrix Reloaded" +"Bible Study"
and that was back on May 28th. Since then the only searches have been kind of boring, though one was in German: der film TimeCop 2 mit Jet Li und Jean Claude van Damme
I guess der mit and und were eliminated from the search because of being so common. Mind you I guess ''ali *****
was an odd search, I'm not really sure what they were looking for there.
is sitting here eating carrots. It's her dinner apparently, you know, she was complaining the other week about her front teeth seeming to get in the way more and pondering if they were growing and I said I'd given her some kind of potion to turn her into a rabbit. At the time I thought I was joking, but now evidence would suggest that she is turning into a rabbit, so maybe I did it without meaning to! *gasp* She has 2 carrots. She was sitting here being odd saying carrots are very orangey, she's a strange girl. Anyway, I was humouring her at first. However, I've had to admit that she has a point when she said that they're probably more orange than oranges. It's true though isn't it? I mean why are oranges called oranges if there's something else that's more orange. You'd think that the most orangey thing would have been given the name orange. Weird.
Oh and about my poem, apparently it doesn't work properly, according to Rob
anyway. Though that could be because he doesn't like it because it's about him. I could explain how you have to say it in order for it to work, you have to pause you see, where the comma is, after installing:
Helen and Rob sitting in a tree
Installing *breath* windows XP
She's struggling with the second carrot now and asking if I'm talking about her, why does she think I'd be talking about her? I don' t know.
Helen said Mark's a Monkey, now she says he's a silly monkey. I just think he's naughty 'cos he said a rude word in his blog entry which I'm currently reading, hence Helen saying he's a monkey, I think that was in reference to his downloading, the monkey, not the rude word, the rude word was when he said he'd not done anything on Tuesday. I don't know if I'm making any sense, Helen and I are now debating (not arguing, that'd be stupid) whether the pause is necessary in my rhyme, she thinks it's better without, the way Mark's written it on his blog, oh well.
I should probably apologise for the way in which today's blog is written, it's a bit jumpy and non-sensical, but then it's probably not wildly different from any previous blog entry.