Thursday, September 28, 2006

It was too short.

It was too short.

16 comments:

Territorial Soufleé said...

And too shirt too!

tr said...

I think you meant to say, "I'm TR. I love the winter. I wish it was cold all the time. I hate summer."

T.R. said...

I don't remember saying that!

T.R. said...

only trust comments from the blue underlined t.r.

From the sentence structure used, I can tell that this imposter is a female, early twenties, and a vegetarian.

randi said...

you should read my xanga weblog.

jeremy said...

I'm partial to the correct punctuation used to abbreviate T.R.

Creativity Escapes Me said...

Punctuation shumunkuation. I still type TR.

Awright13 said...

Did you just say 'Punctuation shumunkuation'? My English Major ears are buring! Bravo!

Matthew Page said...

I know, I also hate when I go to the DI for shorts and they are all too short.

"Shorts for all" huh? More like shorts for all-those-who-don't-have-to-cover-up-their-vericose-veins.

Why is it so hard for guys like us to find a pair of mid-calf shorts?

CARRIE said...

gosh i'm so bored that i'm reading your blog at work.
is this what you meant when you said that you write blogs about important/interesting stuff? hmmmmmm.

T.R. said...

carrie, i would never pretend that this blog was important. perhaps you misheard.

jo said...

but not national geos for all which I went in search of recently and found none. i asked a man working there if he knew if they had any more... he didn't work there. I got embarassed and promptly left the store. There's got to be a better way to find national geos.

T.R. said...

yeah. it seems like you can hardly find national geos or trilobites anywhere these days.

maybe try the one in sandy?

eped said...

one of the things I really like about going to the DI is all the handicapped people working there. sometimes I have a hard time feeling normal as a shopper; I'm never quite comfortable shopping for stuff. but at the DI the scale slides and I just feel really at ease. also, you can never predict what a customer service rep. is going to yell out, or in what language.

Michelle 2021 said...

eped, eped, so true! My brothers both worked there for a few months, and oh man, you wanna feel like the cool one at work? All knowing English and stuff? Yeah, that's the way of things. But DI's still cool.

kel said...

i think Wal*Mart would have better success - not to mention rid themselves of all the law suits - if they acted more like the D.I.