Tuesday, January 17, 2006

I've got nothing of relevance to say.

So who'd be up for joining waple on a road trip across the country this summer? If we take a van we can fit up to 7 people (not recommended and I don't have a van), but more than one car might also be a bad idea. I don't know a damn thing about any of my plans except they would take place in the summer and most likely hinge on me having a job lined up for the coming school year already. I would want to visit the southeast (Mississippi, etc), the northwest (so I can pee on canada), and the new england area if possible (so I can spread the news that I peed on canada).
Other than that, I really need to get a job. Why do I feel like that's painting myself into a corner? Jobs require lots of time and work and are taken to provide money. With more money comes more spending (and mo' problems* see Notorious B.I.G.). Jobs eliminate free time/post-pone it for a later date. Why not just not take a job, spend less money, and have all the free time one wants? And does anyone notice how all the people on the show The Real World now lead quite unreal lives? Every time I switch on MTV they're playing some dumbass team games for money surrounded by beautiful people on some tropical beach. The unfortunate ones give talks across the country for big bucks. Where is this a REAL WORLD? One of the many reasons I hate MTV. Moron TV (and we sometimes play noise, which some call "music"). Whores. This sucks.
And as for my dating life, my last date was with my grandma last weekend. No joke.
I can't flip off the world hard enough.
Hope everyone is well.


shinysara said...

I'd be up for a roadtrip, except I get reeeaallly carsick reeeallly easily, and you probably don't want your car smelling like puke for the rest of eternity.
Good luck on the job hunt, I recommend bed bath & beyond, all their employees I've met so far seem to be incredibly horny and desperate so maybe you can kill 2 birds with one stone and also get a date.

Cognac said...


Waple said...

well that's great to know about BB&B sara, except it does me no good if it's the guys.

Thom said...

Our generation is facing tough times right now, Waple. Seriously. And television is evil. Catfud!

Everything you said was relevant... at least, it was to me. Be well, bro.

jp said...

I think we're in the same boat on the job/real life issue..

I would completely be up for a road trip, but it all hinges on what the hell happens this summer with my job, assuming I get/take one. I'll keep you all posted.

Of course the best road trips happen spontaneously. I will probably call you when the summer starts and I will be at your front door. You'll have 10 minutes to grab some stuff from your house, and then we're out of here. I'll bring an atlas, and we'll figure it out on the way. Hotels, roads, pee breaks (Canada), the whole deal.

You had better be ready.

Waple said...

that sounds like an absolutely great idea. I think everyone that goes should be alloted only 10 minutes to get things together. We must think of other such ideas to make this more interesting.