Monday, May 16, 2005
A Strong Foundation of Cake
Posted by Sam at 2:16 PM
I turned old today.
So very old.
But the most important part is that my coworker made me a cake half covered with Skittles. Nice!
I've got so much more to blog about... but currently, this is all I have time for. Fear not, your thirst for all things sambot will be quenched as I leave you with this sambot related thought/followup:
Out of all the things that I post about, I cannot believe that the new shoes post caused such a stir. Here are some of the highlights from your comments:
i dont even know where to begin... that they made their way from some lunitics sketch book to the store? im sorry, you are no longer allowed to go shopping by yourself.
...they offer no protection against... knives that you happen to clumsily drop towards your feet, rocket propelled grenades, anti-tank shells, 50caliber rounds, tomahawk missles, terrorism, windows98...
I mean would I choose to wear them? NO. Would anyone I know choose to wear them other than Sam? NO. But I think they make the kind of fashion statement that Sam likes...although I am not quite sure what that statement is yet.
After putting them on, he used the jumping test (where you jump up and down and up and down in one spot to test their comfiness). After 3 hours of that, I think he was set.
It's good to know that I have such a strong foundation of support here in the blogosphere. You guys rock (for real... I laughed my ass off as I read those)! Thanks y'all!
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Happy Birthday Sam!!
Comment By Anonymous on May 16, 2005 2:39 PM
Happy Birthday Sam, and ah where should I go to get me a slice of that cake...with the skittles on top?
Comment By TheDarkLordDerfla on May 16, 2005 3:09 PM
Happy Birthday, ya no-good-fer-nuthin', sandal-wearin', hippie, hooligan, punk! (a bit like going down Elm Street to the used record store, eh?).
Well, happy 34th year! Have fun drinkin' cheap beer and cheap wimmins!
Comment By Blackwatch on May 16, 2005 3:26 PM
If you are getting old than I am truely as old as dirt.
Comment By Anonymous on May 17, 2005 1:40 PM