So, Kristin laughs at me because pretty much from now until around August any time anything awesome happens I throw out the phrase “It’s a Christmas miracle”. So now with the awesome developments of Twitter and trending topics and hashtags and all that, we can now categorize and follow our ‘Christmas miracles’ as they happen.
So here’s what we are going to do. I know there are “real” Christmas miracles floating around out there, and I absolutely want to include those, but I also want to include the funny awesome things that happen in life this time of year. Like finding a picture like the one above, and the #ChristmasMiracle that these people even exist. Or the fact that we were told all day yesterday that we would wake up to an inch of snow and we woke up to this snowy #ChristmasMiracle.
So, the rules are simple. Anytime you ‘Tweet’ something that can be considered a #ChristmasMiracle funny or serious just hashtag it with #ChristmasMiracle. Then we can go back and check them out here.
I’m not usually big on crazy cartoons, but this show is pretty clever, and more often than not I find myself laughing at the dumbest stuff on here. You people with kids that watch this… you know what I mean.
Well the other day this song came on while I was checking some emails and stuff and I started cracking up when I heard the chorus. Best cartoon song ever.
So, this may offend someone, but I think it’s really funny and needed to blog about it. I’ve Twittered about it already, but I think something this funny deserves a little more attention. Swine Flu is officially on Twitter and it couldn’t make me happier.
Now, this isn’t just info about Swine Flu like the actual Swine Flu Twitter account. No way. This is the actual Swine Flu Tweeting…. and it’s classic. Even down to it’s bio. Brilliant.
Hey…ummmm…I guess I’m here to meet people. Armageddon said this was the place…soooo.
Now, I’m sorry if this offends you and you or your loved ones have been affected by this weird thing floating around our country. I just spent the last week in Texas and used almost an entire bottle of anti-bacterial stuff. But some of these Tweets are amazing and if you aren’t following, you are truly missing something hilarious. Check it.
I’ve never felt better. My agent called and compared my exposure to 1918! I mean, come on man! 1918 is the majors. I’m soooo pumped man!
In honor of the place of my birth, I decided to eat Mexican food tonight! Me and Yellow Fever got a great table on the porch. Margaritas!!
Seriously one of the funniest things I have seen in a long time…. as far as the personification of a deadly virus goes. Spread the word about this account. Let’s make this thing massive. It’s too funny to not be.
So yesterday I came across this sentence written by Diana from Life Is Good.
Kristin stumbled on to this blog the other day and showed it to me last night. We literally spent the next hour or so going through the previous posts and laughing more than we have in a while. Most of what she says is pretty off-color, but that’s why everyone loves Carlos right? Here’s something from one of her posts:
Xanax, a glass of wine and a long hot bath: the perfect accidental suicide way to end the day.
PS. Why is it that some people kill themselves and don’t leave notes? It’s not like you’re in a hurry or anything. If I were to kill myself I would totally leave a note (unless I was in terrible pain from a cheetah attack) so if I die and there isn’t one then probably someone murdered me. I bet if I did write a suicide note it’d probably have a typo in it and I wouldn’t see it until right before the poison hit and I’d be all “Oh shit, wait..is that how you spell ‘repugnant’? Because that looks wrong” and that would totally be my last thought. I should look up repugnant now just to be on the safe side.
Check it out, but if you get offended don’t come back here and yell at me. Sometimes things are funny, sometimes things aren’t. What’s your favorite blog you are reading right now?
If you haven’t been reading Mark Lee’s blog… well, that’s just silly. There’s no reason not to. And I’m not just saying that because he said nice things about me. Mark’s blogs was one of the first I started reading and he has kept it up pretty regularly even though he’s a huge rock star.
Mark and I have been talking about a super secret project for a long time and as soon as we are in the same area for more than an hour we will unveil it in all it’s glory. But for now it’s something we talk about once or twice a month.
So if you haven’t, check out Mark’s blog and make sure to say hi.