Wednesday, April 13, 2011

You know, because sometimes 'Y'

My friend Mike left on Monday after spending three weeks on the floor of my living room. Well, technically he wasn't in the living room for three weeks. Occasionally he would get up and leave the apartment.
It was such a blast seeing someone from home. But one thing's for sure. My days have gotten substantially less funny since Mike left.

Someone forgot to smile.

Oh and if you don't understand the title of the blog, don't worry. You're not supposed to.


  1. I just wanted to beat Joe with the first comment. I will now go back and read the blog.

  2. Sad:
    I don't understand the title of the blog.
    Mike left.
    Maggie has less smiles because Mike left.
    I am not supposed to understand the title of the blog.
    The blog was short.
    David was first to comment on the blog.

  3. Joe, is that supposed to be some kind of haiku?

  4. Mom- please see the definition of a haiku below:

    - noun, plural-ku-kus 1. major form of Japanese verse, written in 17 syllables divided into 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, and employing highly evocative allusions and comparisons, often on the subject of nature or one of the seasons 2. poem written in this form

  5. hahahaha!!!!

  6. Hey, what's this? A new person? Is that allowed?

    Pour the new person a Cristal or a glass of Frontera Cabernet and offer them a chair.

  7. To the anonymous commenter:

    -I was looking at it upside down.
    -Well you know, sometimes that helps.

    If this makes no sense to you, then clearly I have assumed incorrectly as to your identity.