Wednesday, January 03, 2007


There's something wrong with my computer at work. Every time I open the page i get numbers instead of words. The whole screen is covered with these tiny little figures on top of each other. They look like little ants humping. Actually they look like little ants frozen in place after being caught humping. Cute. Mostly.

BUT... I would like to check out my blog from work. I can post ( I happen to be at work right now), but I can't read anything I've written. Call me egocentric (actually please don't), but I like reading my blog after I've posted a new entry. It makes me feel ultra-cool. One day I might even start commenting on my own entries and having one sided debates with myself. Cute. Maybe.


At Saturday, December 08, 2007 10:27:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You mite call me egocentric.. i actually ran into your blog now while googling my name:P.. haha.. im Rasha.. and I'm from Lebanon but I live in Qatar..
so what took my attention at first was the title of this post.. humpalicious.. (just another weird thing relating to a friend of mine)

haha.. so thats a lil random comment for u there..

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