My wife got herself The Sims 2 for her birthday. She's been playing it ever since. Last night, she was trying to show me how it was that Sims had sex. If you've played the game, you know what what I'm talking about. If you don't, it's a funny statement out-of-context. In fact, don't actually go out and find out what we're talking about, because the context cheapens how funny this line is. She said, "Yeah, that's how we have sex. We get under the covers and light up some explosives."
I love her.
This week's theme:
I remember that ALF was the first television show that I liked. Whether it was the midget in the orange furry suit or the low-grade acting, it always managed to be funny to my six-year-old mind. But then, 6-year-olds think everything is funny.
On to the news:
Don't hug that cow!
(At least not in Switzerland... this was apparently a problem)
Slow news day today, I guess. I checked all my usual sources and only found this one that was remotely worth reading...
Bright, shiny objects:
The world record for wearing the most t-shirts at once
(A photodocumentary of sorts)
I've been there
(I love you, sweetie)
And now a word from our sponsors:
And now the scariest commercials of all time
(For fabric softener...)
Today's fun fact:
13% of Americans actually believe that some parts of the moon are made of cheese.
I'm actually writing this at work, while I'm "watching" an on-line training video. I'm even taking periodic quizzes to "check my comprehension." Yeah, this is your tax dollars at work.