Bulletman! Why the thimble? The eyes - the articulating eyes! Hey, Happy Anniversary! I would think you'd have been blogging longer. That is a statement that would usually have an explanation following it.Thanks for mentioning my blog! This post keeps disappearing. What is with that? Always with the vanishing posts, you!P.S. Enjoying the wrath of Keyser Snoze? I implore you to use your imagination and add the ululat? over the o. Unluat. Unlaut. The dots dammit, the dots!
post script:I just got to level 21 on vase-breaking. I know you've gotten know where near that. Put that in your pipe, good sir!
I would think you'd have been blogging longer.Me too. And I would have been, but poor health = no money = lack of computer and Internet connection for far too long. This post keeps disappearing. What is with that? Always with the vanishing posts, you!I know not what is with that, but it, like the above, actually, was mentioned my post from yesterday which also keeps vanishing. The irony, she is not only pregnant but having the contractions.
"Umlaut". I'm still at a loss over what you're trying to say by "Keyser Snöze" though -- and the vase-breaking, too.
Ah! Keyser Snow-Zay! Got it!
Vase breaking on Plants Vs. Zombies! And make that level 23. I thought you mentioned in a comment that you played it. Either way - I win!If it's not too personal - the illness isn't serious-serious is it? Not the big C? Yeah, someone else made up the Keyser Snoze but I found not that funny which made it hilarious to me.
P.S. Goddamn Massholes - blocking healthcare.
I do recall the vase-breaking coming up in your comments, Joan, but had never played Plants vs. Zombies — it just sounded so weird, I chimed in with something meant to randomly tongue-in-cheek (or cheekily random-in-tongue... or something).
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I covet the Smoldering Moisture Farm playset! Also: So cool to see Bulletman again.