Thursday, April 2, 2009

Twitter Simulator 2

Twitter Simulator II

Well, it's no surprise to anyone that I was foolin' yesterday. I realize that I need to step up my game. A lot of people know me on Facebook or in real life (IRL as per the current venacular), so it was pretty transparent. Speaking of the web 2.0, everybody’s all “Twitter this” and “tweet that”. But why sign up for another social networking site when I can fake it by posting a bunch of my Facebook status updates? (Apologies to anyone who is my Facebook friend for making you re-read this stuff.)


DGB is once again traversing the Valley in order to be reunited with his family. Expect unabashed tears of joy when he arrives.

DGB didn't think he was going to sing "Moon River" but, bam, second encore!

DGB 's kids are in bed, kitchen cleaned, everything is done that needs to be done. Think I'm gonna go watch people hurt themselves on trampolines.

DGB is publicly preparing his wife...I am going to be monopolizing the TV tonight. I have over three hours of Battlestar to watch tonight.

DGB thinks his wife is frakkin' awesome, and will now return the TV to the rest of the family.

DGB wants to comment about how fast the day went in a funny, witty way, but just can't think of anything dammit.

DGB has a lot of things to do today. No time for status updates.

DGB is rather tired of Curious George.

DGB will be best friends with coffee today.

DGB is yawning a lot. But that doesn't mean he's tired. No sir. Sleep is for suckers.

DGB is calling in caffeinated reinforcements at quarter to one

DGB is confused. He thought "Watchmen" was about clockmakers in the 60's.

DGB learned that, unfortunately, when the baby won't stop screaming, screaming back doesn't help.

DGB loves it when: 1) he gets to take a nap. 2) he wakes up from said nap and doesn't feel all groggy. 3) a plan comes together.

DGB has seen the Exorcist about 167 times and it keeps getting funnier every single time I see it.

DGB has rekindled his love affair with pistachios.*

DGB has pondered the deep questions of life, but forgot to write down the answers and promptly forgot them.

*This one was, unfortunately, just before the recent pistachio recall. Sigh.

5 comments:

SciFi Dad said...

Looking over this, it's a good thing you have kids, otherwise your life would be nothing but coffee, BSG, and recalled nuts.

Daddy Geek Boy said...

SciFi Dad...you have no idea how right you are. Sad, but true.

Blogging Mama Andrea said...

I'm not understanding the twitter thing either. I blog and I did join facebook, I don't really need yet another excuse to be online!

Loved the line about yelling back at the baby. It usually does not help.

Thank for popping by Venus vs Mars today!

Sadie said...

I've recently been sucked in to twitterdome. I'm kind of liking it, too. It's a less cluttered f'd up way to just share information with others. I'm more likely to follow those I don't ever want to meet as well as those whom I know IRL. It tends to be less of the personal sharing space that facebook is and more a way to quickly share a lot of information - articles one feels everybody should read, blog posts to share, and the next iPhone app you simply must get if you want to officially never step away and unplug.

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

Wow...weird, you write that about pistachio's and then I wrote a whole post about MY love of pistachio's.

Don't let that salmonella get ya...stand up for what you LOVE...just EAT'EM! lol!

Sorry...it had to come out...you know how I feel about all of this!