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I Am On Crack & Sleep Deprivation & It IS Good.
May 5th, 2001 - 8:55 a.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Friggers! Why do they have to torture me so! Damn friggin Uncle Kracker song! I DON"T WANT TO HEAR IT ANYMORE! Stop Driving Me Crazy Damnit! AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Friggers! DIE DIE DIE!!!!! *ahem* I haven't slept for like 40 hours or so at this point, so whatever doesn't make sense in this entry probably wasn't supposed to. Oh yeah, and today,
May 5 is ......... National Hoagie Day (No. I don't like those. No national day for them. But who I *really* hate is Baskin Robins. Damn friggers held a free scoop of ice cream promotion thing for May 2nd only, and then the only one nearby didn't participate in it! "Oh No he DI'INT, but then I was all like Oh NO he DI'ID!" Ha. Jackie cracks me up sometimes. I'd link her, but that would require effort and effort is a bad bad evil frigger right up there with Christopher Columbus. If you didn't understand about half of this thing in parantheses, it's okay, you weren't supposed to and the sky isn't falling.)
La la la....Run away! Run Away! We are the Knights who say....NI! Muwahahaha! Bats in the belfrey, bats in the belfrey, bats in the....
1 : a bell tower; especially : one surmounting or attached to another structure
2 : a room or framework for enclosing a bell
3 : head
Surprisingly, "belfry" does not come from "bell," and early belfries did not contain bells at all. "Belfry" comes from "berfrey," a medieval term for a wooden tower used in sieges. The structure could be rolled up to a fortification wall so that the warriors hidden inside could storm the battlements. Over time, the term was applied to other types of shelters and towers, many of which had bells in them. Consequently, the word "bell" influenced the spelling of "berfrey," which people began spelling as "bellfrey," or "belfrey," and later "belfry." On a more metaphorical note, someone who has "bats in the belfry" is crazy or eccentric. This phrase is responsible for the occasional use of "belfry" for "head" ("He's not quite right in the belfry") and "bats" for "crazy" ("Are you completely bats?").
abyssal (adj. BLISS-bad drug?)
1 : impossible to comprehend : unfathomable
2 : of or relating to the bottom waters of the ocean depths
"Abyssal" is a relatively infrequently used word, though it's derived from the more prevalent noun, "abyss." In contrast, the adjective "abysmal" is more common than its corresponding noun "abysm." All four terms descend from the Late Latin word "abyssus," which is in turn derived from the Greek "abyssos" ("bottomless"). "Abyss" and "abysm" are synonymous (both can refer to the mythical bottomless pit in old accounts of the universe or can be used more broadly in reference to any immeasurably deep gulf), but the adjectives "abyssal" and "abysmal" are not used identically. "Abyssal" can mean "incomprehensible," but it's most often found in contexts referring to the bottom of the sea. "Abysmal" shares the oceanographic sense with "abyssal," but it more frequently means "immeasurably deep" or "absolutely wretched."
*Non-existant Editor's Note (Oxymoron?): Irritating " marks not deleted due to the fact that the bats are kind of fond of them. And I wanted abyssal and abysmal to be the same thing damnit!
You know, after you don't sleep for a very long time, things start to get really phascinating which aren't normally. The walls and the ceiling are in together on this sick plot to mesmerize me and have me do their evil bidding. Bad walls, bad, bad walls! Ooooh, and everything looks funny, but that could just be the craziness kicking in. It does that after 36 hours or so you see. I want to sing and dance and pass out. Drugs are bad! Don't do drugs. Oh wait, I lied. Drugs are Good, do drugs, especially if they've been sullied by chemicals and substances which are not intended to be part of the original formula. Make sure your PCP or whatever, X maybe, has Draino in it, we wouldn't want you to get the good stuff and actually live would we? You must follow my advice, do drugs with things not intended to be there, and then we'll be short a few more morons in ths world and there will be great rejoicing. You won't be here to hear it of course, but it'll exist, trust me. I need to go let my eyes roll into the back of my head now.
P.S. Special Mention of this person just b/c he's updated like 4 times today alone.
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