Tuesday, February 07, 2006

post the forty-ninth

I'm sitting at my kitchen table with my computer open so I can listen to music while I read my adolescent development textbook and write a short synopsis of it. It's bright outside, so I have sunglasses on so I don't get blinded. I also have a very large pot of curry sitting on my stove, which I just shared with two of my roommates and Uffish Thought.

I'm pretty sure that the music and the curry make me awesome. I'm equally sure that the education textbook does not.

The jury's still out on the wearing sunglasses indoors bit.


Uffish Thought said...

Tasty curry. Mmmmmm.

I'm pretty sure there was only one roommate when I was there, the other must have come later. Unless one of the one guy's babies hatched, probably due to those nourishing milk bombs he kept laying, albeint sheepishly.

Best lunch I've had in a long time. You should cook with my pots more often.

Petra said...

The judge has spoken: wearing sunglasses indoors makes you decidedly [-awesome].

(Using semantic feature notation on someone's blog, though--that would make you [+awesome].)

(And yes, I've made myself the official judge. Surprised?)

(I like everything, including parentheticals, to come in sets of three.)

Muse said...

That picture is genius.

Paperback Writer said...

Adolescent development eh? Sounds very interesting...