janiejones: (marilla laugh :: joyfulsong)
My dad passed this along to me, and I think everyone should check it out. Prepare to laugh yourselves silly:

The Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest.

For those of you wondering why you should click on the link: It's a contest inspired by the most famous of all bad opening lines, "It was a dark and stormy night." They ask people to come up with horrible opening sentences and then judge accordingly. Some of them are truly bloody hilarious. I have been in hysterics the past ten minutes.

I think this one is my favorite--

The double agent looked up from his lunch of Mahi-Mahi and couscous and realized that he must escape from Walla Walla to Bora Bora to come face-to-face with his arch enemy by taking out his 30-30 and shooting off his nemesis' ear-to-ear grin so he could wave bye-bye to this duplicitous life, but the chances of him pulling this off were only so-so, much less than 50-50.

Charles Jaworski
North Pole, AK

Friday...

Oct. 21st, 2005 08:55 am
janiejones: (imperfect place :: fritters)
We found out we can't close on the house today. Dammit. We haven't found out when we can close, but in the meantime we're packing like fiends.

I hate packing.

I'm thinking Em's [livejournal.com profile] bubbleficathon would be a good way to brush up on my writing skills. Yet I'm so flaky these days, I just don't know if I could pull it off. Hmm...

Happy weekend, everyone!

PS. Packing sucks.

ETA: Has anyone else gotten this message when updating?

Your password is too easy to guess. It's recommended that you change it, otherwise you risk having your journal hijacked.

I like the way they used the word 'hijacked.' Like the (unlikely) possibility of someone hacking into my journal is tantamount to terrorism.

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