Terri's Cellar Door

Stuff that happens to me, Terri.

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

On the Road Again 2: Electric Boogaloo

I don't know if I have had a topic thats on the Road Again. I'm sure I have, because I have very few pop culture references to draw on. Very soon (very, very early Thursday morning) I will be heading off to sunny Orlando, FL to participate in the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge, which is a quiz bowl type competition for undergraduate students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. I know that I've mentioned this before as well, it's just that I'm really excited about going, and think that my school, Winston-Salem State University can make a good showing with the team that we have this year. We're going to be at the Walt Disney World Resort, not to far from the park. We'll be able to go to the park, and this will be my first ever time at Disney World. I hope that there is stuff to do that I can enjoy. I hear that the Islands of Adventure or Animal Something-Something is pretty fun, maybe I'll do that. Anyway, I just thought that I'd let you know, since we're getting ready to leave so soon, I just figured that a couple of you would be wondering were I'd gotten off to. I'm a mover and a shaker, all right.

Monday, March 28, 2005

Hamlet 2: Electric Boogaloo

So, right now I'm supposed to be writing a paper about Hamlet. But you win some you lose some. I'll probably do it tonight, and granted, it won't be my best paper, but some days you get the bear, you know. So, anyway, I've just gotten back from Easter Break and I found out about another amazing holiday that I've never heard of before. It's called Resurrection Saturday. I laugh when I hear that name, and not because of the whole Jesus thing. Simply because it reminds me of those days, usually weekends, when a particular channel will on show programmes that have a common theme. So, it'll be like, Martial Arts Monday. Or Super Saturday, and on that monday they'll only show programmes with Martial Arts, and the Saturday shows will all be about super heroes. Now, don't get me wrong, I have the utmost respect for Easter and all the holiday's that go with it, I've just never celebrated every single one of them. I can just see it, Coming this Saturday, Resurrection Saturday--day---day--day. Watch special Madtv's with Resurrection themed skits, and an all Resurrection based movie called Jesus 2: Electric Boogaloo, staring Dolph Lungren and Brian Benben. Hmm, that was weird. I don't know where I'm going with this one. I suppose that I'll just leave you with that thought, and this, "I come in peace...", "And you go in pieces."

Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Boil, boil, toil and trouble

I think. Anyway, right now I'm supposed to be reading Hamlet. Instead I'm eating grilled cheese sandwhiches and catching up on my Presidential history. Anywho today I went swimming it was lovely except for the fact that I have to wash my hair tonight, and I was moist for a while after that. Swimming is the absolute best thing in the whole world. I just feel so light and happy and warm. And I don't need to be with anyone when I swim. The water need be my only playmate. I pretend that the currents are beating me up or that I'm a world champion breakdancer. I can be a prima ballerina or a deep sea diver. I can do handstands and summersaults and backflips, all without breaking a single one of my ankles. It's quite enjoyable. You might be reading this and think that I'm a bit of a loser. Well, my friend, who spent two hours having a ball, and who is the one hunced over their computer screen being a hater? Not me bucko, not me.

Monday, March 14, 2005

So Take a Letter Maria....

Address it to my wife, say I won’t be coming home, got to start a new life. Talk about slaking off! I deserve a spanking and then after you’ve spanked me, you may do what you please. And then the oral sex! That’s from Monty Python for those who you who are just about to fire off the angry letters to your congressman. Anywho, the road trip was a success. We started on a movie (which we hope one day to finish) and we got to just hang around as friends, which we never get to do anymore. Well, at least I don’t. I learned a very cool cup game, remind me to teach it to you all one day, and we played spades until the cock crowed. I don’t believe I won that many times, but what are you going to do? It’s fun I like it, and my friends like it. We watched a lot of martial arts movies and we watched a lot of soft core porn (I won’t forget that I owe Ingrid and Heather 50 cents). The only regret that I have is that it didn’t last longer. The worst part: We drove the Mark 182 which is, by far, the largest conversion van ever made. If you drive over 70 mph, or the wind stars blowing particularly strong, the van starts to sway which can make it a sphincter clenching vehicle to drive. My friends don’t know it, but several times we were mere moments from death (just kidding guys! ;) We even stopped in the small town of Archdale, NC, where Heather met the kitten of her dreams, the twins met a couple or puppies that they like, I met a puppy and a snake, though I wouldn’t recommend having them at the same time. Anyway, great road trip, I laughed, I cried, it moved me Bob. Now that I’m reading this, it totally doesn’t explain the subject line. Oh, well.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Off the Parts Unknown

It's been a long time, we shouldn't have left you, without a dope beat to step to, step to, step to, step to, step, to wicky-wa. Soooooo. Um, I'll never do that again, if it's alright with you. Here we are. Sorry, I haven't posted in so long. I've just had absolutely nothing to talk about, so , there's that. Spring Break is coming up, and I'm totally digging the idea of a road trip. We have this huge van (my friends call it the Mark 47) and a place to go, so I don't see why we don't. Go, that is. It's always been a dream of mine to take one of those roadtrips like they do in the movies, tou know, like the friends all pile in the car, and they're driving and going somewhere to save the farm, or get back somebody's girlfriend, or adopt sombody or something. It's a very fun idea. But I'm just worried that it's more fun in theory than in actual practice. I mean, they don't show all those long stretches where there is just miles and miles of open road. They don't show the desperate lunges for the bathroom. They don't show the inevitable fights over the radio. And I'm sure that they exist. So, hopefully everything will go smoothly, and I'll have something exciting, fun, and nonlethal to write about in a couple of weeks. I'm supposed to be writing a paper right now and I'm sooo slacking off, teheehee.

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