Friggin’ Friday Friggin’ Feast

Did you sleep good last night?
Yeah, pretty good. Swimming every day is making sleeping a lot more effective. Who’d a thunk it. đŸ™‚

What is your current computer desktop image?
One that came with Windows XP – ripply water.

When was the last time you planted something, what was it and where did it go?
Can’t rememb er when I planted something, actually.

Main Course
What’s your favorite condiment?
Either HP sauce or honey-mustard.

Share a quote that you like, for whatever reason.

“You drove Al Steele to his grave and now you’re trying to stab ME in the back?!
…don’t FUCK with me fellas!!! This ain’t my first time to the rodeo. You don’t know what hard feelings are…until I come out PUBLICLY against your product and we’ll see how much you SELL! It’s a sword…that cuts both ways.”

Faye Dunaway as Joan Crawford
in Mommie Dearest


~ by seangstm on August 12, 2005.

2 Responses to “Friggin’ Friday Friggin’ Feast”

  1. Pundits and knitters find common ground
    Editor’s note: As part of its Online Evolution special report, is asking several Web and Internet pioneers for their thoughts on the impact and future of the Internet.
    What’s up!?! you have a great blog here! I’m definitely going to bookmark you!

    I have a christian hip hop rap site/blog. It pretty much covers christian hip hop rap related stuff.

    Come and check it out if you get time đŸ™‚

  2. Are you a fucking RETARD?!

    The idea of Christian Hip Hop is so insanely amusing and ironic, I shall leave up your inane and mentally defective comment.

    I love SPAM comments. đŸ˜€ too much fun.

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