i was set to be all proud that i reached 200 followers and then suddenly two followers departed so i'm back down to 198. there is always an ebb and flow to these things - people think they're interested and turns out they're not, they clicked accidentally, they quit blogging, they became disinterested, they joined in hopes i would return the compliment. *shrugs* just a odd observation on a friday night. the first really 'cool' night of the fall.
i'm sipping on some instant cappuccino, english toffee, it's fairly nice for an instant though i think it's mainly sugar of some sort along with some caffeine and coffee flavoring. it went nicely with the breakfast for dinner thing (bacon, eggs and cinnamon toast) as i couldn't for the life of me eat something else chili-based this week. it seems i planned poorly with taco soup, homemade chili and then hot dogs this week (which always means chili dogs in our house). i should think some variety would be in order. maybe potato soup? that sounds so wonderful. maybe sunday.
the answers to the giggle quiz were fun to read. as i read each movie i thought to myself, oh yeah - i love that one too. here's a funny story about jokes though. my nephew loves to listen to blue collar when we drive home from school and one of the staples of that channel is larry the cable guy. now i really don't care for his humor, especially since it's totally a 'character' he's created that i find mostly offensive. one of the themes larry infuses in a lot of his skits is edible panties - i try to switch the channel most of the time, but today my nephew questioned what they were and why would someone wear something like that. picture me trying to explain this one lucy. * laugh * i think i mumbled something about it's not really something you really eat (making larry's jokes about them somewhat funny) but something used during intimate moments. yes, i said 'intimate moments' and then i lamely recommended he ask his dad. (i hear you laughing at me)
and while i'm telling you how lame i am, can i admit i always laugh at the halloween movie from disney with sarah jessica parker? (it was way before her carrie days) do you like haunted houses? i don't care for them as i can't stand to be chased or startled. even when i see you coming - it just freaks me out. we did a haunted house for our neighborhood a couple of years until we scared children so badly that they refused to come to the door for candy.
i'm suddenly wanting a caramel apple.