Gail (gailmarie) wrote,

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Okay, it took 45 minutes to read through all this

I last checked journal around 8pm. I left home to watch SNL at Allie's house and returned (for curfew, bleck) by midnight. I check journal and I have about half a page of my friends who have posted and two full pages (30 entries) of Cici's friends to read.

Holy shit. Took me about 45 minutes. However, now I am up to speed on the lives of a bunch of people I only know through this lovely internet database...not to mention I have responded to some comments posted by j_timberlake and jcscottchasez. Now, I get to update my own journal! *throws confetti*

Watched the 100 Most Shocking Events of Rock & Roll or something like that on VH1. 5 hours long. It was so great. And it was hosted by Mark McGrath. I love these things. Countdowns of the top 50 albums ever, or the funniest 100 things in rock & roll. Whatever it is, I watch it. I sit there and watch it for all 2, 3, 5, 8 hours. I don't care. It's just cool. I actually missed numbers a couple when picking up our pics from Walgreens (sound check party...yippy) and dinner (yum, Boston Market). I also may have *ahem* stopped by Best Buy and picked up Josie and the Pussycats on DVD (haven't watched it yet. Seems like a guilty pleasure). I also misses between 12 and 1 because I was going to Allie's and we had angel food cake. (Yes, I swore of desserts. Yes, I had it with both strawberries and ice cream. Damn it, can I buy self control somewhere, because I obviously have none.)

After the 100 (blah, blah, blah)..., we watched Iron Chef on Food Network. It's the coolest show. It's all subtitles and voiced over because it's in Japanese. Basically there are two teams. One is the Iron Chefs. There are 4 of them, Japanese, Chinese, French and Italian. One is chosen each show. The other side is this guy who finds the best chefs and puts them up against the Iron Chef. For a "competition", they are given an hour to prepare a meal (full, about 5 courses) with the mystery item that changes every show. This time it was Natto - sticky beans. It was really funny. I was cheering for the competitor, but the Iron Chef Japanese won. Damn.

We then watched SNL with Mena Somebody (the chick from American Beauty and American Pie). It was funny. It was the one for the Presidential Inauguration, so there were a bunch of political jokes. Those are the best (especially now that I'm socially aware enough to understand them). I came home by midnight. Damn curfew.

So now I'm home. Talking to some people online. Yea Elliott!! He's in Arizona right now. And Carly, who is currently ranting on how her world revolves around me being perfect, and the typo I made sent her entire universe crashing down. Don't believe me? Read for yourself...

Carly: ok, okay?
Me: it was a typo
Carly: sure it was
Carly: gail never makes mistakes...
Carly: especially not on keyboard
Me: HA!
Me: yes, yes, it's horrible...the world is falling apart
Carly: only my world
Me: no, no aren't the only one who's life isn't a picture perfect fantasy
Carly: no, but my world is the only one run on the fact that gail never makes typing errors
Me: ah, i see....that sucks for you then, i guess
Carly: :::bursts into tears and runs out of the room:::
Me: ha ha

So you see, I am important. Yeah, so I'm gonna go now. I need to...I don't know. Read more journals, read slash, sleep, something...Bye!

*Only in Dreams - Weezer
*Every Other Time - LFO
*South of Tennessee - Evan and Jaron
*I Want to Come Over - Melissa Etheridge
*Lullaby - Shawn Mullins
*Blaze of Glory - Jon Bon Jovi
*Movin' Right Along - Muppet Movie
*This Is Not A Love Song - Tabitha's Secret

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