Tags: dating, drinking, english, fracas, language, love, monday-melee, sex, women
Yes, I too succumb to peer-pressure. I’ve thought about doing this since Mark started doing it. (A very trendy guy he seems to have become.) I finally have overcome the strong urge not post this at all or wait until Tuesday just to go against the grain. I now will attempt to woo you with my version, (drum roll please,) of my very own:
1. The Misanthtropic: Name something (about humanity) you absolutely hate.
Misuse or overuse of words: like, f*ck, dude, man, buddy and many left unmentioned. When can we go back to using the words correctly? Why must we always use euphemistic language to soften the blow? I say you may not like it but at least you can get the point across. Besides, life is just too short for that kind of crap.
*close second: OLD NEWS
2. The Meretricious: Expose something or someone that’s phony, fraudulent or bogus.
Beer commercials… They can’t all be the greatest beer in the world. There is only room for one beer to have the title. Unfortunately, I personally don’t think it exists… I know how I would be if I were a brewer, I’d drink it!!! This friends, this very occurrence is quite possibly, what may have happened. A perfect beer probably was created and the brewers got drunk and forgot how to do make it. To mangle a Tenacious D line, none of this is the greatest beer in the world… It is just a tribute.
3. The Malcontent: Name something you’re unhappy with.
My pants… I can’t them on or off fast enough and they never stay up when I want them to. (I don’t want to be an ass to the entire world, nor show it to them either.)
4. The Meritorious: Give someone credit for something and name it if you can.
Hats off to the woman who convinced me to move to this strange city… Unfortunately, I still find it very strange and unfortunately unfamiliar. Nevertheless, I think I like it. Maybe if it were covered in chocolate or genitalia it would be more enticing. Maybe I could convince some of my friends would come and visit too…
5. The Mirror: See something good about yourself and name it.
My insatiable ability to find new ways to amuse myself… (No Mark and Diva, I already knew why God gave me two hands.
6. The Make-Believe: Name something you wish for.
Must I really? Okay… Love, Sex, Money, Carie, Steady Work, Sex, Happiness (the spelling needs to change to Happenis, because I’ve never been around anyone for long who wasn’t happy a penis was involved), Sex, Food, Love, Love that comes with food, Carie, my friends to be happy even in my abstinence (oops I meant absence…)
Thus is the conclusion of my Monday Melee. You too can join in the fun by visiting The Monday Melee page and completing the steps. Kick-start your brains on Mondays, meet other bloggers, and by George have a darn good time too.