Monday, June 26, 2006

Fresh Meat will come

If it's Monday night and you've come here to read my thoughts about tonight's episode of Fresh Meat (hey, it could happen!) (Fresh Meat is a very popular show) (cough cough Marie and Annie cough cough) I'm going to have to disappoint you tonight. I haven't watched the episode yet. I've been dealing with a car debacle (it's not really a debacle, it's more along the lines of Erik-did-something-really-stupid) (which, okay, I guess that's, like, the definition of "debacle") (but it's not bad, per se) (that's what I'm trying to say) (you don't have to worry about me or anything) (I'm fine) (the car's fine) (everyone's fine) (just, you know, muggy debacle) (oh, and if you didn't read the art gallery comment thread, you don't know that I'm trying to use the word "muggy" as an adjective that means "awesome" or "rad" or "great" or "big") (like the Boston kids and their "wicked" and the NorCal kids and their "hella/hecka") and I'll blog about my muggy car debacle later.

Oh, and the Fresh Meat blog, that'll come later too.

30 comments:

Jesse said...

(huh) (what) (what's with all the ()'s???)

marie said...

erik...we haven't watched it yet either. and i feel much better now that i know i didn't miss the blog yet. wait a minute! when ARE you gonna do it? maybe i'll try to watch it while reading the not-live blog, that will be live-to-me. does that make sense?

Erik said...

Marie, i'm crazed today and tomorrow...i actually don't think i'm going to be able to watch it until tomorrow (wednesday) NIGHT.

marie said...

it's ok, erik. we'll wait for you forever...(limit 72 hours). it's fine cause no one with which i'm in day-to-day contact watches, so there's no danger of having it spoiled (joe, don't even).

Erik said...

hopefully you won't have to wait THAT LONG, marie. (forever)

christy said...

OMG Erik, you're such an addict, you must have logged on THE MINUTE you got home!!

It was great seeing you tonight!!! Good work, good work.

xoxoxo

joe chandler said...

ummm...i haven't seen it, Marie.

Erik said...

christy, it was great to see you too! you're RIGHT, i did log on immediately.

Erik said...

hi Joe.

joe chandler said...

hi erik

Erik said...

how are you, Joe?

joe chandler said...

I'm pretty good, Erik. You?

Erik said...

Pretty good, too. Thanks for asking, Joe. How about this weather?

joe chandler said...

yeah, it's HOT.

Erik said...

I'm sweating right now, Joe Chandler.

Erik said...

By the way, that's the name of my next play:

"I'm Sweating Right Now, Joe Chandler."

marie said...

i KNOW you haven't seen it, joe. but i wouldn't put it past you to look up who got kicked off and tell me, just to be mean.

joe chandler said...

Marie: When did I become a dick? I don't recall being a dick in the past(not that I'd like to air our dirty laundry on Erik's blog).

Erik: If you name anything after me, I'll just die from elation.

Erik said...

One of these days, Joe Chandler. One of these days.

marie said...

erik, can you please tell joe that i'm not speaking to him? he's a dick.

Erik said...

Marie, I'm trying to stay out of your dirty laundry.

joe chandler said...

should i air our dirty laundry about our dirty laundry?

we used to fight about laundry constantly.

Erik said...

was it a separating the colors and the whites issue?

joe chandler said...

she would throw away my favorite shirts and socks. and then tell me stories about being mugged at the laundromat.

actually...marie, whatever happened to that horrible corduroy jacket i had. did you throw it away without telling me?

Erik said...

oooooo drama!

marie, did you throw away the fucking horrible corduroy jacket?!?!?

Erik said...

i've never been mugged at the laundromat, but i once wore a purple wig at a laundromat.

marie said...

as a matter of fact, erik, it was NOT a separating colors issue - that i could have dealt with. the problem was that EVERY SINGLE ARTICLE OF DIRTY CLOTHING that ended up on the floor (not in the laundry basket, mind you), was INSIDE OUT. everything. socks were the worst.

joe: when did i become a bitch? no, i did throw away your corduroy jacket.

sorry erik. no more dirty laundry discussion. at least, no more literal dirty laundry discussion.

can't wait to watch/read tonight! finally!

Annie said...

Washing clothes inside out is better because it helps prevent fading. Oh, I'm going to get such a beating for posting this.

Erik said...

Annie and Marie, from this point out, I am staying out of the dirty laundry discussion. (Though, Annie is right about fading thing.) (It's odd that I know that because I don't know much about laundry.) (but THAT i know.)

joe chandler said...

I'll just say this: I didn't really think you threw away the corduroy jacket. I was just wondering what happened to it.


Also, I don't turn my clothes inside out to prevent fading. i turn them inside out for no reason whatsoever. So...