rememberies presented in a not-so-lucid, highly tangential manner

in october 2004, i posted a story about the proof that our administrator in grad school would post ANYTHING on the student listerv. among remarkable things of note, i appear to have used capitalization in my sentences and of proper nouns, and not merely as a way to illuminate words and phrases of GREAT IMPORTANCE.

but i am losing my grip here. i’ll give you a minute to get over your astonishment.

better?

okay, well anyhow, the sentence that i captioned in that letter ending in “…committing my first major faux pa [sic] of the night, and hurled all over my tie in the back yard.” gave that guy the nickname that would haunt him all through grad school: Pukes on his Tie. well, he was also called dauber because he looked like dauber from coach*.

anyhow, the other memorable section in that embarassing letter posted to the listserv, pukes on his tie tells a story regarding how after he hurled on his tie, he considered going inside, brushing his teeth and getting someone to make out with him, because he’d done it before**. thankfully, he passed out before he could try his sweet, sweet moves on any of us chicks.


*while doing a google search for images of dauber***, i found a blog devoted to the show coach by someone who’s neither a fan nor remembers the show that well. also, bill fagerbakke was born in fontucky?

**crystal posted a comment about how she made out with a guy and found out he had just thrown up all over the floor which is why i thought of pukes on his tie…

edited to add: *** it appears i forgot to ever link to a picture of dauber but linked to fagerbakke’s IMDB website. i’m such a dingbat tonight.

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5 responses to “rememberies presented in a not-so-lucid, highly tangential manner

  1. Wow, this is the most random entry ever.

  2. ed.k, i think that’s the main reason heather and i are friends–we’re both geniuses. tangential geniuses maybe, but the fact remains.

  3. erik took the words right out of my mouth.

  4. This marks the first time I was ever actually confused by your post.

  5. me too. i wrote it and i can find very little cohesion in it.

    this is why we shouldn’t post when we’re under the influence of benadryl.

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