Friday, June 23, 2006

A cavalcade of goodness, just for you

First, please go to the Carnival of the Mundane (hosted this week by the dashing Hyperion) for a spooky eerie, scary, mysterious read, then try to guess who committed the death of 13 stabbings. A marvelous way to spend some time, and a great way to get to know some new-to-you bloggers. I guarantee it's good for at least a half an hour of either looking like you're working or simple enjoyment.
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Next, headlines we love to mock! Yay!!! Happeeee dance!!
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You know, I was thinking that water would work a tad better, but I'm not all up in the newfangled firefighting methods, so maybe a line would work as well. What do you think it's made of, maybe some kind of asbestos material?
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I totally blame this on thong underwear and Paris Hilton. Hott!
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I've heard "pose of a child" is a good stance to take, they use it there like 5 times a day.
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Different, I suppose, from "real" estate.
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Singer's mother at NYC theater, Dancer's Mother at Paducah studio, Hummer's mother in court.
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The local papers report,
For Clijsters attended 6 beer and wine tastings,
The day before hitting the court.
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(blogger comment - Ah ha ha ha ha ha!!! Woo! Hee!)
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Saddam comment - Look y'all, I'm on a hunger strike. Now I'm not. Now I am! When's dinner?
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(the following was updated with links to the products I'm taking - there ya go!)
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Lastly, remember those super-dee-duper vitamin/supplement/mystery pills that I started taking a couple of weeks ago? Totally working. How cool is THAT??? Energy, water balance, weight loss, all checked in the positive column. I can see my ankles again, the puffy cloud-like appearance of my abdomen has gone from cumulus to cirrus, and I am staying awake until 10:30 every night (or so), which is about an hour longer than I could manage before. Loves me the pretty pills, even if they do taste like swamp gas and are made for someone with an industrial-size esophagus; no matter, I'm learning to quell the gag reflex to get them down because they're my new favorite thing in the whole wide world!
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Let's no dwell on how sad it is that I HAD cumulus-belly, OK? Focus on the positive - which is ANKLES again! Woot!

11 comments:

Wordnerd said...

The excellence we've come to expect on Fridays...great one this week!

Wordnerd said...

P.S. Ummm, no hard feelings, but I kinda sorta "turned you in" at Hyperion. Still buds?

tiff said...

WN - thanks, and no hard feelings. I can do the same for you, you know. :>

Next time, I get to be the wife though.

Chelle said...

Knew the Yahoo writers couldn't hold out against you.

Love the Hyperion site.

What was the name of those magic big pills again?

Wordnerd said...

Yeah, I want to know the name of them also. They sound magical!

kenju said...

I can't find any links. I need to know what they are; my ankles went south and my belly is definitely super-cumulous lately!!

tiff said...

MMM3, WN, Kenju - click on the words "vitamin/supplement" to get to the 3-in-1 thing, and click on "mystery pills" to get to the fish oily thing. Both can be found at your local GNC store, for a price (yes, they're expensive...but join the gold club and get them 20% off!)

Swear to gawd they work - 2 people at work stopped me the other day and said it was noticeable that I'd lost weight. Weeeeee!!!!!

utenzi said...

Michele sent me to see you, Tiff.

Cute headline interpretations, Tiff. I've tried vitamins at various times in my life and never noticed any difference in me. I've had a lot of people say that really could notice a change in themselves after taking vits, but not me.

tiff said...

Utenzi - Thanks for the kind words...though I was hoping "razor sharp" would spring to mind before "cute...".

I have so very far to go, it seems.

As to the vitamins, apparently I've hit the demographic just irght on this go-round. At last!

Hyperion said...

I'm dashing?

The only dashing I'm aware of is when people "dash" to get away from me.

tiff said...

Hyperion - Cutting down on the garlic might help with that little issue. But what the heck do I know? I'm just the maid of the blogosphere... Heh.