A while ago, my sister told me about an idea that she had. Well, by now I be that you are asking yourself, “What is the idea?” Well, I’ll tell you the idea.
The idea that she had was for a lock on your door that could be opened by a clicker. Basically what they have for cars, but for your front door.
This past weekend, I was reading Sky Mall on a flight, and they were selling this very invention. I told my sister and she seemed kind of sad, especially since the ones in the Sky Mall were listed at over three hundred dollars.
I hate when this type of thing happens, but I guess it pretty common.
“I’ve got good news and I’ve got bad news. The bad news is that I just had explosive diarrhea, but the good news is that someone left a half-full bottle of gatorade in the stall!”—A text I sent to my girlfriend
I was in the bathroom and I really had to go. I don’t mean number one, either. However, this guy went in right before me and so I was kind of nervous because I knew this was “the big one,” so I tried to wait until he finished peeing, but then he took forever and all I could think of was making some sort of picture where someone is trying to go to the bathroom and Ralph Pootawn is there and refuses to leave.
Finally he left, and then I tried to think of a joke where it would be like “I don’t remember eating corn…” but instead you say something like “I do remember eating corn.” I still can’t get it to sound right.
Also, a couple of months ago, I went to the bathroom and someone had left a half-empty (or half-full) bottle of gatorade in one of the stalls, and I texted my girlfriend about it.
“I understand that it is the exciting conclusion, and that more likely than not, that babysitter is gonna get totally sacrificed to Satan, but that doesn’t change the fact that I really have to poop.”—me, just now, in my head
It seems that there has been a discrepancy between the proper uses and definitions of “yeah” vs. “ya” on the internet. Many people seem to have specific uses for each while others fluctuate between the way they use them. Both words seem to be capable of meaning either a slang form of “you” or of “yes.”
Personally, I tend to use “yeah” to mean yes, and “ya” to mean you. For instance, I would say “see ya,” when saying goodbye to a friend on AIM, but I would say “yeah” to answer a question, like “yeah, I’m gonna eat that, so please refrain from touching it. I just haven’t had a chance to eat it because I want to have time to really enjoy it, so just leave it alone and I will eat it soon.”
The reason I use “ya” to mean “you” is because it is used in words like “y’all” so it just seems to lend itself better to that use. Whereas “yeah” just seems to logically represent the pronunciation of the word like “yes.” I think this is due in part to the ‘e.’
I can understand why people would use “ya” to mean “yes.” It is shorted and so it takes less time to type, which is especially handy when trying to quickly answer a question. I just feel that it doesn’t logically make sense to use as “yes” though, so that is why I use “yeah” instead.
I guess, at the end of the day, all that really matters is that you are using whichever feels comfortable to you.
A lot of people still discuss whether or not evolution exists. There are many discussion board posts that are dedicated to this topic. I have read a couple and they can become very heated sometimes.
Well, I think I have some new proof against the case of evolution.
If evolution exists, and like, animals evolve from other animals for the better, then why in the world would an animal evolve to look as dumb as an owl? I mean they are really stupid looking, so why on earth would anything ever think, “Yeah, you know what, this is a better look. I should evolve so that I look like an idiot.”
I think the focus of the book of quotes would be “Quotes that I wish I had made my ‘Senior Quote.’” So I guess it could be both quotes that I said and quotes that other people said, but that I would have liked to put below a goofy picture of myself in a yearbook.
This blog is working out really well. I feel like I have really made some solid posts. So, I was thinking, do I really need to continue with school? I figure I could probably make a living off of this quality blog.