Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Seriously...

I am in love with this blog.

9 comments:

Shelley Watters said...

Thanks for sharing this. It's hilarious! Definitely going to follow that blog!

Michelle Hodkin said...

YES YES YES YES YES.

FTW.

Thank you for sharing!

Kate Hart said...

Have you read her "Inappropriate Thoughts About Twilight"? Death by hilarity. Or un-death, as the case may be.

elizabeth said...

Wow! Thanks for posting this.

Suzette Saxton said...

Loved the post about brushing teeth with eyelash glue!

Suzette Saxton said...

OMG, Kate. Now I'm laughing so hard I'm crying. The Twilight thing was seriously...well...words can't even describe it!

hannah said...

I want you to know that I've read the archives all the way back to October already, instead of doing my homework, and it is YOUR FAULT when I flunk out of college and I am siccing my parents on you. That's right. They're your problem now.

Sarah N Fisk said...

Seriously: This post should have come with a warning label because I can't stop reading. The burying a saint post made me laugh so hard it hurt.

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