Monday, March 18, 2013

Coffee Talk

Let's pretend it hasn't been months since I've been around.

I won't bore you with any lame excuses rationalizing my absence. And no empty promises about how I'm going to be better at keeping in touch in the future.

We'll use this moment to catch up a little like the old friends that we are.

And two mugs of coffee that told us that they needed at least halfsies with Kahlua today.  You're the boss Mr. Mug. You're the boss.

First things first, I have a new favorite game.

Cards Against Humanity. Have you played it? Its like Apples to Apples for horrible people.

This only give you a glimmering of the distastefulness:

Even better is that their website tells you how to make your own version.

Because really...what sounds more pleasant than dredging up every horrible awful from years past and making your friends/accomplices relive it all over again at a dinner party? Nothing. And I can't wait.

Don't worry. I won't bring up that time you sharted at the mall.  Still our little secret.

I still have more about Operation Listing, but yes, we did move.  Did you get the combination Christmas and Change of address card we sent?

No need to call Animal Protective Services - it is Photoshopped. Oh, wait. You were talking about the sweater and bow-tie?  That's for real.  Make the call.

I'll give you a tour of the new place soon. And don't worry.  I won't paint over the kitchen stenciling without you.

And before I go, I just finished reading Gone Girl. Do you want to read it? Be the first to leave a comment and I will totally send it to you.

And another thing.

I really did miss you.


  1. First comment!! Woo Hoo! Send me the book! ;-)

    Yes, I missed you. Yes, I'm totally making a personalized "Cards Against Humanity" game. And yes, you are totally going in my gratitude journal today!

    1. Yay! Gone Girl is on the way! And I wish I could just come along with it.

  2. That's no and all...I think the first non-family commenter should get the book. Right Sherri?

    1. Excellent point Moira! I know Sherri will do the right thing. I'm sure of it. ;)