My Life In A Nutshell:
I have an unholy fascination with license plates. Unfortunately, plates don't have much chance to generate random words. Three numbers and three letters means the only words you'll get have three letters (Vanity plates don't count.)
See? Unholy fascination. Who notices this kind of stuff?
I have two cats, Snickers and Widget. Snickers is fond of punching holes in paper or cardboard with her teeth. Widget prefers shredding it. Now all I need is one that collates.
I love thrift store shopping and dumpster diving. I'm currently converting someone's old front door that was chunked (a VERY solid and heavy door) into a monster bookcase. Which brings me to: I read. A LOT. If I'm not eating with someone, I have to be reading. If I've forgotten my book (which doesn't happen often), I will read the backs of sugar packets at the restaurant.
I am a member of Mensa, which means I am by definition a "genius". This comes in handy in any argument with my parents that ends in, "What were you thinking?"
However, it doesn't take a genius to figure out to turn your trash cans upside down so they don't fill up with water when it rains.
I have yet to master that one.
Feed me chocolate, and I will love you! (Or you can just
give me chocolate, and I will still love you.)
The kids at Abby Kelley Foster Charter School were told they were filming testimonials for their school. What was really happening was a series of video bombs by their teachers, dancing behind them.
In case you missed it, SNL's 100th digital short:
What happnes when you combine the buttered side of toast, which always ends up buttered side on the ground when dropped, and a cat, which always lands on its feet?