January 5, 2010
What can I say? Sarah #1 and I spent more time enjoying our holidays than blogging. I’d say that we’re sorry, but let’s face it, we’re not. At all.
Personally, I had a very nice Christmas. Good times with my family and my friends and delicious food. (Insert drool).
Now that I’m back in the swing of things, after 1.5 weeks off of work, you’d think that I’d be very productive and very motivated. And, you’d be right. I’m productively utilizing my Christmas presents and very motivated to make use of them.
So yeah, I’m sitting here in my Snuggie (thanks, Shlee!), wearing slipper socks (Shlee!), and Under Armour sweatpants (perfecto, madre!), watching Secret Life of that Pregnant Chick. This show is like a car accident. It’s so bad, but I cannot look away.
Prior to this I was playing Lego Batman on my XBOX (my parents!). Go ahead, picture it. Me, in a PINK Snuggie, watching the worst show on television, laying next to an XBOX controller and eating popcorn out of Christmas tin (my grandma knows what I like).
Sexy, right? I’m the epitome of class.
I’m so classy I’m going to go eat some jelly beans and a tiny bottle of alcohol from my stocking. Santa was good to me this year. He really knows what I like. Wink Wink.
(That mildy dirty joke alluding to me and the man in the red suit was my gift to you. Ho Ho HO)!
– Sarah #2
December 16, 2009
WATCH OUT FOR THE ICY PATCH (BITCH!)
Me: i used to loooove sesame street. my ALL TIME favorite christmas movie is A Muppet Family Christmas… and all the Muppets go to Fozzie’s grandma’s house for christmas and all the sesame street characters show up
Me: and the fraggle rock people are even there
Me: it is amaaaazing
Me: but they don’t manufacture it anymore
Sarah: I LOVE THAT ONE
Sarah: my parents have it taped on VHS
Me: so do mine!
Me: wow, no one’s ever heard of that but me and my sister
Me: i’m so proud to know you right now
Sarah: I feel like you and your sister and me and my sister would all get along too well. haha
Me: we’d probably sit around and watch way too many musicals. haha
Sarah: that sounds blissful to me
Gobbly, Gobbly, TURKEY VURKEY!
– Swedish Chef
P.S. I almost just copy/pasted the whole movie in photos in this post. And all the youtube links.
– Sarah #2
December 8, 2009
Sarah #1 has been MIA. I’ve been talking to her, but you people don’t get that luxury. She’s knee deep in the middle of finals and therefore doesn’t have time to wax poetical about how she wishes she owned an EZ Comb. I assure you, she still wishes she owned one.
I, on the other hand, have been busy with something much more important – watching every Christmas movie shown on ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas and Fa La La La Lifetime.
I’m really serious about this task, so I apologize for not spending my time writing posts about the normal things that cross my mind. My mind is too consumed with Christmas-y things, like wondering if my neighbor is Santa like in that movie I saw yesterday. Or wondering if my Dad is really Santa like in that movie I saw on Saturday. Or wondering if the mall Santa is the real Santa like in that movie I watched this morning.
Basically I’m spending a lot of time accusing people of being Santa. I haven’t found him yet, and I haven’t been arrested yet either. So, it’s been a mixture of failure and success.
And no, I might be short, but I’m not an elf. Sorry to disappoint you.