It Really Does Beg to Be Mocked (And Laughed At)

While surfing the “Latest Posts” (Which really is quite amusing) I found this within an obvious teenager’s post:

“from the lips of an angle”

The entry was riddled with misspellings (Apparantly “Pompiss” is now a word), but this one just brings a very funny mental image. Angles are now included in very badly written poems.

————————————————–

And something from a radio jockey’s LJ:

Call of the night last night goes to a chick who literally said this and then hung up: “I just wanted you to know that you’re playing some great music tonight. Now, it would all be perfect if you would just not talk anymore. Thanks.”

The Radio Jockey then went off on a negative rant against this girl; I, for one, applaud said chick.

Advertisements

About The Original Kate

Along with artistic tendencies, Kate enjoys unusual people and is constantly striving for some sort of nonconformity. Kate offers a perspective that is thoughtful but well-written and full of images within the words. Other tidbits that might intrigue: she has very long auburn hair, and, you guessed it, her favorite color is orange.

Posted on July 31, 2006, in From Rabid-Mormon Land Known As Utah. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  2. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  3. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  4. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  5. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  6. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  7. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  8. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  9. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  10. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  11. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

  12. Baby Sister’s only 11 and drawing pictures of emo neopets named “Dark Angle” and stuff. You’d think if by the time they’re teenagers and they haven’t let go of the emo that facinates an 11yr old, they’d at least learn how to spell it.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: