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Thursday, August 24, 2006

hey everybody! guess what time it is.

it's football shaped post-it time! i just found them in the back of my drawer, and what perfect timing!!!

7 days!! i so forgot it was thursday

dear fashion/retail industry,
enough with the stretch clothes. they are awful and get weird and are cheater clothes. i hate them. i cannot find any, ANY jeans that are not stretch. i am even willing to spend some extra $ on them if you would just offer them!

respectfully yours,

non-stretch fan

how come there are only 3 flavors of un-frosted pop-tarts?

7 Comments:

  • I was wondering what you were counting down ---- I had no clue!!

    I absolutely agree with the stretch thing --- How come men get to have non-stretch things???


    And -- about pop-tarts --- I heard on the radio a while ago -- there are 4 things that you are NEVER supposed to put in your mouth:
    1. Oysters
    2. charred meat -- the chemicals of the burned part
    3. processed luncheon meat
    AND..............
    4. POPTARTS!!!!!! They said they have ABSOLUTLEY NO NUTRITIONAL VALUE!!! I have stopped eating them --- but I do LOVE them!!!

    By Anonymous Susan, at August 24, 2006 at 5:39 PM  

  • ha! why didn't you just ask?

    why do men get have the stuff they get?

    NNNNNOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!! i LOVE pop-tarts, although i rarely eat them. i was just wondering about the non-frostedness. i like oysters i could lose those other two.

    By Blogger anna, at August 24, 2006 at 8:34 PM  

  • k, you just arent looking hard enough for non - stretch. gap outlet has them, i was just there yesterday. also, i think nordstrom has them too.

    pop - tarts - why do you eat the ones without the frosting ?- they are so bland without it. and as for the no nutritional value, lettuce doesnt have any either, but people eat salads like they are going out of style.

    YEAH FOOTBALL!!!! Too bad there are no good games for kickoff weekend.

    By Blogger jodi, at August 24, 2006 at 10:56 PM  

  • pop tarts should always be frosted, and cinnamon.

    Always.

    By Anonymous piehammer, at August 25, 2006 at 10:17 AM  

  • the outlet store! i shouldn't have to go way up there.

    i just prefer the unfrosted bit. i am a simple girl.

    By Blogger anna, at August 25, 2006 at 2:16 PM  

  • dear Anna,
    one tiny trip that is approximately 45 miles one way is not so much to ask when you are searching for the perfect pair of jeans. Have you found anything in the 20 mile radius you have been driving in? hmmm no. just try it, you may find that you like it!

    By Blogger jodi, at August 25, 2006 at 11:36 PM  

  • 45 mins!!!!!!!!!! that is SO not a tiny trip.

    By Blogger anna, at August 28, 2006 at 9:28 AM  

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