Friday, July 26, 2013

It's Quiet... Too... Quiet.

I know! I. know! This blog has remained post free for eleven days now. In my defense, there hasn't really been much going on that I would really consider "post-worthy". It's just been an endless cycle of work, to class, to home, to work...

You get the idea.

Since I've renewed my vow to not to fill my blog with endless complaints about work, that leaves me with little else to talk about and, as I mentioned before, since I'm encased in a small office, mostly by myself, that leaves little in the "coworker hijinks" (can you believe "hijinks" isn't in Blogger's dictionary?!) department worth talking about either.

In short, I'm bored, friends. So. very. very. bored. Truth is, had it not been for all your posts (and video games) to pass my free time I would have been bored out of my skull these last few days.

I mean, unless you count how I helped a supervisor (a total internet noob), who had to spend this week working out of the office, set up a Facebook account and how he then spent the following two days asking me to find every girl he'd ever dated or wanted to date EVER, so he could drool over their photos and send  them friend requests and personal messages about "how they look like movie stars" and "how he loved their smiles" as something worth writing about then, no, not a thing has been happening here.

I'm pretty sure his wife, who has been described as a "psycho bitch", would not be my new best pal right about now.

Anyway, multiple acts of digression aside, I'm here to inform you that I have an actual post written and waiting for your longing eyes at Sprocket Ink. Believe me, it's a whole lot less scattered and confused than what you just read here.

Mostly.

So, as usual, click this LINK (there was a link, but the site is gone now).

Just pick your poison, as they say. I'll be waiting for you on the other side.

NOPE... THAT DIDN'T COME ACROSS AS CREEPY AT... ALL...

12 comments:

  1. People who can't set up their own FB should not be allowed on Facebook..My mother particularly.
    Heading over to read now :)

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    1. Ditto on the mom thing. I wouldn't have to agree if she'd quit it with the "poking" already!

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  2. 11 days and no post? HOW DARE YOU, SIR. YOU HAVE A RESPONSIBILITY.

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    1. I know... I'm sorry. I'll get right back to what I do best - drawing big-boobied stick-figures. That's as good as writing actual words. Right?

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  3. Deleting Facebook was a good idea. I had a creepy ex just find me on the Twittah. Heading over to where you are pointing....

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    1. Luckily, since my wife & I met when we were still young, we don't have any creepy exes to worry about. Now if I could only figure out how to deal with the creepy stalkers she meets in the bank where she works...

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  4. TWO clicks? Jesus Christ! *sigh*
    (Did you like my impression of EVERYONE who follows my Facebook page?)
    I'll click, you're usually worth it.
    p.s. if you're RUL bored, my last post has strippers AND sock puppets.
    Just saying.

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    1. You had me at "strippers"!

      Sock puppets too.

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  5. Now how all those women responded to your coworker, THAT would be an interesting post!

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    1. Up to when I taught him how to use Facebook on his own (because, HELL NO I wasn't going to take time out of my every day to indulge his stalking) the only response I saw coming back was, "Yeah... Okay, thanks..."

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  6. That's why video games were created.
    Hello.

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    1. Yes and exactly why they'll always remain one of my favorite pastimes.

      On a side note...ACCCCCCC!!! Welcome back!

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