Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by firecrackerrrr, Sep 27, 2010.
Very very true. Minus that last bit.
I meant fag hag. Fruit fly? Whatever you want.
I'm not particularly fond of that expression but hey, sure.
I understand that but hey, we gotta take back those words.
Oh yeah, pictures! Here's me in Monument Park, next to Bob Sheppard's plaque. I know it looks like I have no arms.
Here's a couple more pictures of me. Pretty much all of my recent pictures are of me looking very outdoorsy in the Gaspe Peninsula. I was up there at the beginning of September for my last-ever university class, and was in quite a few pictures. So here's two of me standing on top of mountains, Mont St-Pierre and Mont Albert, respectively.
(And if anyone is curious, I do have a bunch of shots of the scenery if anyone wants to see)
And for one of me not-outdoorsy, this is a friend and I celebrating last February after Canada won gold in hockey:
Here is a picture from last year of me, my bro and our friend jamming.
^ Are you singing the freecreditreport.com jingle? Because you guys look like the band in those ads.
You're going to love it. I just sat there with him in my arms, watched his tummy rise and fall with his breathing and looked in his eyes and smiled at my brand new nephew. Like my niece when she was born, I promised him free computer tech support for life.
You will be a bust! <be a bust> Be a bust! In the Hall of Fame! Tralalalala la la la, la la la, Tralalalala la laaaa!
Needs more ukelele.
Hey! I pay for my credit report!
Without the arms, you look like a bust, and so, cross referencing a bust in the baseball hall of fame with the lyrics from The Wizard of Oz' "Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead", which contains the words, "You will be a bust! (be a bust!) Be a bust! In the Hall of Fame", who then engage in some extemporaneous tralalalalaing, I made a play on words, a joke.
Here's me yesterday. I got a haircut today so I look kinda different now.
I don't think I've posted this one yet... it was taken at the post-Polaris 24 crew picnic a month or two ago - we invite all our volunteers and staff every year. For the new folks, I'm the one on the far right. (The guy next to me is my Programming department co-head this year... poor guy. )
When this was uploaded to Facebook, I commented, "We look like an album cover. Or a cadet review."
A few years ago, we made some videos which were uploaded to Youtube (I think a couple of them are still there) to explain why we changed the name of the convention from Toronto Trek to Polaris. They were spoofs of the "I'm a PC/I'm a Mac" commercials. I played the part of Toronto Trek, and my fellow committee member Peter played Polaris. Now, it seems, whenever we're together having a conversation at any event, and our picture gets taken, there are inevitably comments along the lines of, "Are you filming another TT/Polaris commercial?"
(You have to excuse the terrible hair day I was having - it was raining on and off all day, and my hair gets unruly when the humidity is high. Not that it behaves much better on dry days...)
Is it okay to call dibs on another poster?
Scenery like this I can never get enough of. Post away!
Thank god you all stopped quoting my photo by this point in the conversation.
No one ever wants to join the 'pede.
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