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Bill - 2003-10-05 03:50:29
Very Ellen DeGeneres-ish entry. (I sometimes like making up my own words - like DeGeneres-ish, but tend to hate it when others do the same thing. I guess I am just better than everyone else.) - That is meant as a compliment. I love Ellen. She's one of the funniest people on TV.
Bethie - 2003-10-05 04:21:35
Actually, that is quite the compliment. My mother and I love her. Her recent HBO special was hilarious! Yeah, I also favor the making up of the words..bacon-y and such.
Mars - 2003-10-05 07:47:00
WoW! You've changed my whole outlook on what to do at partays and buffets! God Damn i need to prepare how and what i should eat next time! *ponders* I'll maybe go with the cheesecake...cus that RULES!
Brian - 2003-10-05 11:37:23
I've never been invited to a party in my entire life...and now I'll never know what kind of food someone will put out for me on a mini plate *wipes tear away*
Bethie - 2003-10-05 14:55:40
Okay, even though I sense sarcasm from Mars and Brian, I'm going to say thank you anyway. And assure that cheesecake does in fact 'rule' way more than celery can ever dream of. EVEN with some peanut butter on top. Which has to be the most random of food combos ever.
Mom - 2003-10-05 23:58:12
But, Bethie, you used to like stringy food that is like hair. You could peel the celery and wrap it through your two middle fingers. So cute, you are!
Bill - 2003-10-06 00:10:46
I don't know... Cheesecake, although admittedly delicious, is a pretty random food combo. Cream cheese and graham crackers? I kind of compare it to pumpkin pie. Another combo that tastes good, but who thought to try it first?
Bethie - 2003-10-06 01:15:00
Mooom! Stop telling me about my childhood hair eating habits! So embarrassing....Yeah but dude, you can't deny the cheesecake. Cream cheese and graham crackers might *seem* like an unsuspecting duo, but it is the duo of all duos. Batman and Robin play second fiddle if you will to the cheese-cake. Dont get me started, don't even get me started.
Brian - 2003-10-06 09:04:19
No...I really haven't been invited to a party in my entire life.
Bethie - 2003-10-06 14:07:00
Well Brian, when I graduate from college whenever the hell that is (hopefully this Dec) I will invite you to my huge graduation bash! And I will not have those stupid mini plates but gigantor plates whwere you can even put an entire pizza on there if you wanted! It will be fun time.
Bill - 2003-10-06 15:27:10
The pressure... If you fear someone would judge your tiny lil' plate, (I hate abbreviations like lil', which explains why I use them), there will be a whole lot more to judge with the full-figured plates. Although, if you only invite cool people to your party, I guess that would not matter. By the way, nice use of the repeating the last line of your earlier message for dramatic purpose.
Bethie - 2003-10-06 15:38:05
Hey hey! Watch it smartypants...actually it's from SNL. if you are referring to the 'dont get me started'. It was a skit with Molly Shannon and she was a stand up comedian..anyway. my knowldge of SNL will astound you, I'm sure...ASTOUND I SAY.
Bill - 2003-10-06 20:14:01
I stand mistaken... I thought I knew a lot about SNL stuff, but I am not sure I remember that... Was it a reoccurring character?
Bethie - 2003-10-06 20:34:54
I think I remember seeing it twice, but the one I remember was where she was in a hospital with terminal patients and some guy died and she was completely oblivious and she went on with her ridiculously stupid jokes. And they all ended with 'don't get me started, don't even get me started'. It's one of my favorite Molly Shannon bits. It was on her 'best-of' which they aired this summer. Now bow to your SNL queen! (just kidding)...(ok seriously I could use some money though)..(candy will work actually)..(I prefer kit kats)

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