So I've been playing round with BabelFish
, the online translator. It makes random quotes I make up sound better, I think anyway. However, there is a slight glitch I've discovered. If you type something in English and translate it into another language, then translate it back into english, the words change, often using remote similies which actualy make the second english quote oxymoronic to the first... Kapeesh?
But anyway, although this isn't an example of the above, this German translation of a quote of mine becomes somewhat revelationary (to a minute emo extent).
Falling behind curtains of a foolish heart
-> Fallen hinter Vorhänge eines dummen Herzens
-> Traps behind curtains of a stupid heart
When you can't point out the obvious to yourself, why see a shrink for a blatant similie of your life when you can use BabelFish
Strange how fickle our minds are (strangely, as inconsistant our understanding is)
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Fallen hinter Vorhänge von Spiritus
Why wait til the weekend when you can do it all again on a Wednesday night?
...am i right? Oder bin ich fallend hinunter eine Kaninchenbohrung?
The Happy Hour Special to Last All Night
- 1 midori & baileys irish cream quickie
- 1 sour vodka (I asked for straight...)
- 1 texas chainsaw
- 1 oj and coke with a double nip of vodka
- 3 long island iced teas (consisting of 1 shot each of vodka, tequila, rum, gin, triple sec, 1 1/2 sour mix, and coke)
- 1 vodka and lemonade
- 1 suprise specialty from my buddy behind the bar (which tasted REALLY good btw!)
Coming to a total near 30 shots...
NO memory loss and a relatively well maintained conscience
Lasts one drinker dancing through til the 5.30am fried brekkie from Kenny's
...and kudos to the Sports Cafe management...if you don't know, it doesn't matter
Bed at 9.30, rockquest regionals were good at 2.30, awake and smiling, some good bands this year, just a pity I'm TOO OLD for them, or maybe just too skilled...
Home for dinner at 6.30, can't wait til next weekend!!
That post just fully killed my blog! SO sorry, but 'til that last post hits the archives your gonna have to scroll aaaaaaaaallllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the way down to get to my side menu. Not to mention aaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the way across if u actually in fact would like to read the post itself...
Time will heal
Here is some serious vocabulary...
- Floccinaucinihilipilification - 'The act or habit of describing or regarding something as worthless'
- Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia - 'Fear of long words'
- Antidisestablishmentarianism - 'A political philosophy opposed to the seperation of church and state'
- Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoniosis - 'A hypothetical, invented disease of the lungs, caused by inhaling mineral or metallic dust, such as silicon and quartzite, over a long period'
- Honorificabilitudinitatibus - 'The state of being able to achieve honours'
Don't hate the word, hate the language
Assume the voice of Sam Hunt...
dob it poppet
i killed it
u killed it!
in my head
and in goes the trifle
2 nights ago
that replaces the brain cells, dead, from thinking
and sponge, fruit, custard
and chocolate hail
What Is Wrong With Me?
That post ended on a real whack tangent...
Oh well =D
Foreword Note: I found a post I'd written but forgottem to publish from about 2 weeks ago, so it's pretty old news, but you can check it out anyway if you want, it might enlighten you someway somehow -> Trying To Catch Up, But The Brain Wont Stop Spinning
So anyways, did you watch the game? Did ya, did ya? Get you a bit worried? Blimmin' AB's shouldn't trick us like that, leave us with our jaws dropped til the last quarter... sheesh, the Irish might have ACTUALLY thought that they ACTUALLY could have won, what a worry THAT would have been...
So umm yea, you select few who know who I'm talking about when I mention Backyard Burial, my most sincere apologies for not coming to the Valvenator Noise Generator last night, brain had completely imploded due to my stats-tutoring-of-lazy-friends-who-didn't-go-to-lectures-because-I'm-such-a-nice-person-and-don't-want-them-to-fail-even-if-perhaps-they-should tendencies, i had a sore brain and still do...
So continuing on that subject, I have my first uni exam on Tuiday, I mean Tuesday... Stats193 oh the joy, yay for the pretty flowers.
Wow, I'm feeling, hey that's new, that's kewl... Feeling feels guuuud
So one would think, cooking toast in an automatic toaster is perhaps one of the easiest cooking practices, with a low hazard risk.
Or maybe not.
1. Enter the toast into the toaster
2. Wait for a bit
3. Go to the bathroom
4. Walk back to the toaster
5. Take note of the smoke in the hallway
6. Open the kitchen door, take note that you cannot see more than half a metre in front of you due to excessively thick smoke
7. Turn on the overhead fans
8. Pop the 'automatic' toaster
9. Remove the 'now-reduced-to-a-2-inch-squared, black, with red glowing embers', piece of toast
10. Save mother from a panic attack