I declare war! I'd have to say decorating. Adjust the seats. I'd like to go with "drawers." A doctor. A dog. A dog. A dog. I don't believe this, but tarot cards. I don't, but some people might buy alcohol. I don't drink, but don't you wake up with a dry mouth?Another:
I'm going to go back to the Bible on this one, with King James. I'm going to go out on a limb here, and I'm going to say their life-span. I'm going to go with a slit. I'm going to go with a snake. I'm going to go with a donkey. I'm going to go with encore. I'm going to go with family stories. I'm going to go with fish. I'm going to go with Go Fish. I'm going to go with his girlfriend. I'm going to go with Jessica Simpson. I'm going to go with laundry.That is some Dr. Seuss flarfy trance magic.
This totally reminds me of the Google game I was introduced to via Mathias's blog, whereby you type the beginning of a phrase into Google and let the autofill suggestions tell you what silly and fucked up things your compatriots are searching for. Poetry meets SEO!
Also, this book makes me feel like a very "active reader," because I can try to guess the questions. "There is nothing good on T.V." Reasons to kill yourself!
I think I promised some Mac-fan-bashing at some point. Allen pointed me to the following quote which is illustrative of the annoyingness of Mac people: "I still take it as a personal affront that Mac users have had to wait so long for a usable build of Google Chrome."
He actually had to explain to me why this is a good example, and he explained it thusly: An analogous statement would be: "I still take it as a personal affront that soy-milk-mixed-coffee drinkers have had to wait so long for Starbuck's [sic] to serve their new frappuchino in a soy version." I.e., if you're going to opt out of the mainstream, don't whine when the mainstream doesn't roll out the red carpets for you!!!
P.S. Have you noticed my fondness for the term "opt out"? It just gets the job done.
P.S. If you are a Mac person, I hope we can still be friends.