Tuesday, December 28, 2010

What Can I Do For You?

It's no secret that 2011 will be the year of the search for shameless, relative internet celebrity on my part. And let's not pretend that you don't want me to get famous, either, if for no reason than for your own entertainment. You'll love it. Everybody wins.

The thing is, though, that I'm a pretty non-exciting person. For example, my most ideal Saturday night involves no more than three close friends, no more than eight beers and no less than a couple of hours of Boxers or Briefs (which is absolutely what I'm using my Amazon gift card for). In my world, no one accidentally ends up at roof-top parties. There are almost never any fire-breathers or jugglers involved. I have yet to get black-out drunk and at 27 I think I'm past the point in my life where that could be considered a respectable night. I think I've firmly established myself as one of the most low-key and expertly cautious (possibly to a fault) girls on the block. That being said, I still believe that I can entertain you. You know why? Because my Friday nights are your Tuesday mornings--sort of an "it's five o'clock somewhere" philosophy.

Now, I have an open notepad on my desktop where I keep post ideas, topics that every successful blog that I read has covered at some point--some that we will get to eventually.
  • My Most Serious Injury
  • My Favorite Job
  • How I Shop
  • How I Earned My Worst Karma
  • Self-Indulgence
  • Why I Love My Hometown
  • Why I Hate My Hometown
But I ask you, oh, people who want something to read when your kids go down for a nap/ when you're on your break at work/ when you are procrastinating against the dishes/ when you are staving off sleep:

What do you want to read about?

And you'd better hurry up because next up on my list is My First Period.



(And, as always, it's in your best interest to read this on the original page if you're mildly interested in links and making me feel better about myself)

4 comments:

Nickie said...

I would like to read about... anything and everything. You never cease to bore me with your clever words. (helpful, I know)

Libby Marie said...

"You never cease to bore me with your clever words." Oh, I suck at my job.

Curly-T said...

I can be even less helpful - write about anything that lets me escape my job for about 5 minutes. Since this is a late comment - I'll reference "I win at sick." Not only did it make me feel sorry for you, it made me feel better about my day, and reminded me that "wow, I really wish I had the Hyberbole and a half girl's talent for story telling."

Blogger said...

There is a chance you're qualified to get a $1,000 Amazon Gift Card.

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