Sunday, May 31, 2009



I Really Like Chanel's 2009 Spring Couture.

Saturday, May 30, 2009


Seriously, cinnamon chocolate chips are AMAZING

Also, I absolutely adore my HBLL buddies...karaoke was a good choice.

Friday, May 22, 2009


the following are just things that make me laugh way too much.

1. saying nip it in the butt, rather than bud.
2. the swine flu kid in the lrc. (i can not look at him and maintain composure)
3. the fact that when there is a window open on our library system, it calls it a "wizard". (ok, i admit, i'm actually laughing out loud at that right now just thinking about it...wizard?!)
4. conan o'brian's hair.
5. potter puppet pals.
6. anything having anything to do with harry potter, really. (wizards! again!)
7. maybe that's just british people...
8. megaphone.
9. speaking like i'm eastern european.
10. most conversations with bobby.


first of all, i don't love emoticons, and i'm sorry i just used one...

but really, i'm just mad that facebook won't let me change my middle name to freaking.


am i selling out if i put
ads on my blog? i mean,
don't think there could
be an easier way to earn
the dollars, but i just
don't know if it's
worth it.


could someone maybe explain to me why it is so difficult to put a yellow piece of laminated paper in the drop box?

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Why I Love HBLL:

The Harold B. Lee Library...The Place of Dreams...My Place of Employment.

Here are two brief stories about why I am so obsessed with this place.

1. Swine Flu Kid.

There is this kid who comes in EVERY DAY to use our phone. In fact, he is
on the phone right now. I am listening to him talk to his mother, who works
upstairs. This child is 9 years old and just yesterday decided that he wanted to
be a zombie for Halloween this year. Anyway, I'm sure you are thinking, as I
am, "What is this 9 year old child doing roaming the library? Shouldn't he be
in school?" The answer is Yes. He probably should. Myself and several of my
dear co-workers have decided there could only be one reason this child is not
required to go to school: He has contracted some kind of epic illness...He has
contracted Swine Flu. This would maybe not be so bad, but for some reason,
he feels compelled to touch EVERYTHING in the LRC.
If I get Swine Flu, I am coming after him.

(Also, I just passed by him in a cubicle. He was both talking and laughing to himself...and now he's back.)

2. Party?

I love to party. I think we all know this. Fortunately, my
work place is conducive to the progression of this love. In
honor of Spring time, we are having a karaoke party/bonfire. Naturally,I helped plan this joyous event. Also, there was
a pizza luncheon this morning for many of my supervisors.
they also love to party, they brought us some left
over pizza...
keep in mind this is in addition to the donuts
and cookies we had this morning.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Labels, or rather, what makes them.

several weeks ago, my dear friend (who needs to update his blog more often, by the way) gave me the most amazing gift i could ever imagine. if you know me at all, or work in the library, you have probably already guessed it, but for those of you who are mildly out of the loop, here it is: a label maker. that is right. a little grey plastic piece of genius that is shaped just like the starship enterprise. while i wish i could say i have pictures to prove it all, i do not. i do, however, have a brief list of things which i have labeled (or rather, what i have labeled things as):

-the ishphone
-western bandit
-kiko lopez
-lazer gun
-starship enterprise
-master splinter
-cecil loves lindy
-modern art
-beaugregard packenham
-the chamber of secrets 

most of these currently reside in the library, however i regret to inform you all that the chamber of secrets was removed from it's original origin (which was, in fact, on the floor map in the jkb...apparently byu didn't want the secret getting out).

unfortunately, the label maker is currently out of service...this is probably due to overuse.

Sunday, May 17, 2009


but seriously, this has to 
be the best thing ever. 

and this is my favorite 
selling point:

"Polyesters are neat. You know what else 
is neat? The word “neat.” I don’t think we 
say it enough: “neat.” In fact, maybe we 
should start trying to bring it back, huh? Although I’m not sure that “neat” was ever “in,” I think it’s worth a try. “Neat.” “Yo, what up, that hoodie is way neat.” “Sup, G, you think my hoodie is neat?” “Say, dog, dat red top is ill-sickin neat.”See, it doesn’t always have to make sense, and that’s what is neat."

ps i take it back. keep modeling. both of you...but only because your leather jackets are so dang neat. 

Saturday, May 16, 2009


Dear Matt, Stop Modeling.


Matt Stands 6 feet 2 inches tall, 160 pounds.

I Don't Think I Need To Explain...

Friday, May 15, 2009

Dear Patrick Swayze,

You Have
A Really


Any cookbook that tells you to use store-bought hummus, or any other pre-packaged item, for that matter, is ridiculous. That is all.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

The Trek Aquatic

While I had planned on discussing the wonderful new sci-no-fi hit Star Trek, that is just going to have to wait until tomorrow. Having not quite fulfilled my Star Trek cravings for the night, I was pleased to find some old episodes on Spike TV. I was not pleased, however, to discover that they are in fact underwater. Unfortunately, I just watched a submarinespacecraft collide with an electric eel the size of Rhode Island.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009


Not A Single One Of The Osmonds Is Attractive.

Monday, May 11, 2009


so who is buying this for my birthday?


Sunday, May 10, 2009


right now,  i could fly to san diego for $179 roundtrip. who's with me?

also, emperor's new groove is kind of a let down.