Hey, it’s that thing with the old tweets and the Jello Pudding. Heh. Heh. Heh.
Wearing full plate mail is not an invitation for strangers to attack me with a claymore.
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) July 23, 2010
Sometimes, I wear armour because I like the way it looks on me. It’s not an invitation for every ruffian and barbarian to challenge me to to a duel. Yeah, you’ve got yourself a big enchanted mithril sword. Good for you. I don’t care. JEEZ.
What should I wear today? Jeans and a t-shirt or jeans and a t-shirt?
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) August 17, 2010
Seriously, I only own t-shirts and jeans. I don’t like have to go through all that coordinating jazz in the morning.
Dang it! There's already a band called "De Nomolos".
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) August 24, 2010
I want to start a band with a stupid hipster movie reference name.
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) October 15, 2010
I ate two pieces of Chicago-style pizza last night. I went into a coma and died.
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) November 11, 2010
Chicago-style pizza is unnecessary thick. No human being should consume that much cheese in one sitting.
My new goal in life is to ride on the Chicago Holiday Train.
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) December 10, 2010
Chicago does this crazy thing where they deck-out one of their L trains in Christmas light and other tacky decorations. It also pulls along Santa in a sleigh that’s totally open to the elements, which I don’t think is very safe.
I tracked down the Chicago Holiday Train. It… It was glorious…
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) December 12, 2010
I did find the Chicago Holiday Train. It was actually raining that day. Poor Santa Claus was soaked.
Those weird spiral things you find in ramen are called narutomaki…
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) January 29, 2011
Narutomaki are traditionally made up of ground-up fish…
It was like people were preparing for the apocalypse at the supermarket, except Pepsi was taking precedent over bottled water.
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) February 1, 2011
Chicago was hit with a huge snowstorm. People in Chicago apparently think that junk food makes for good emergency supplies.
roid rage on the road
— Laurel Green (@Laurel_Green) February 10, 2011
I think that I’m clever at wordplay.
Well, that all for this week. We are getting closer and closer to being caught up to the present.