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Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Because Every Morning Needs Shiny, Happy Ringtones

Poking a little fun at someone’s over-publicized drama should happen every morning. At least, it should when it’s done with that special touch that Shawn brings to the writing.

Then again, if Captain Melodrama didn’t off himself in a haze of incense and Boys Don’t Cry-era Cure at 17, he’s probably not going to do it at 36. Morose has never been the aphrodisiac a certain segment of post-modern male has assumed it to be, but even those men recognize that while “goodbye cruel world!” threats ignite the mother hen spark in some similarly disposed women, actually dying is a piss-poor plan for getting laid.

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(If you didn’t check out Shawn’s post, this will make no sense. For the rest of you, put my money on “Shiny, Happy People.” That song makes me want to die every time I hear it.)

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"You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morrisette makes me wish someone was dead ... but not necessarily me.

on Jun 26 2007 @ 02:48 PM

You guys are much better at this than I am. Remind me to check in over here if I ever decide to off myself...or pretend to want to on MySpace at least.

on Jun 26 2007 @ 02:59 PM

Man, I needed a laugh today, and “Captain Melodrama didn’t off himself” gave me that laugh. Then “actually dying is a piss-poor plan for getting laid” completely got me rolling.

Now, pardon me while I listen to “Loser.” Which has nothing whatsoever to do with Captain Melodrama.

No. Seriously.

on Jun 26 2007 @ 03:41 PM

Mine just uses the default ringtone. I’m not into really depressing or really perky songs, normally, so I’m not sure what I’d want to use as that kind of ringtone, although I know people who claim that “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” makes them want to chew a leg off to get away.

on Jun 26 2007 @ 03:55 PM

Strange. That song makes me want to sing.

Which, after consideration, might be the cause of everyone else’s discomfort.

on Jun 26 2007 @ 04:03 PM
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