I went ahead and invented a StickyShirtTM personal organizing system. I'm kind of absent-minded, so I invented it.
I invented this StickyShirtTM personal organizing system a few months ago, but it was during my last blog-quitting phase, so I hadn't posted it here yet. If you're wondering how the marketing is going so far, I'd like to take this opportunity to tell you it's not going so good.
Sometimes, when you get your own Christian Radio Program, you will broadcast from studios that have giant metallic, disembodied police heads descending from the ceiling.
You will have to decide whether the giant, metallic, disembodied, descending police head will hinder, or -- as it did for me -- enhance your worship experience as you play another song by Chris Tomlin.
The Magic Bullet has changed my life: I'm now a fruit-eater. I couldn't say that before. I used to hate fruit. I know it's a wonderful, life-giving, refreshing, nourishing gift from God. It's just made too slimy.
Enter: Magic Bullet. With Party Cups (TM) with Comfort Lip Rings (TM). It makes fruit into a drink. Fast.
I got it for my wife for Christmas. She's going to be really happy with it, I think, when she gets some time with it. She says so. Meanwhile, I'm enjoying one awesome smoothie after another. The Magic in the Magic Bullet is that it takes anything -- anything at all -- and instantly makes it liquid.
My fave recipe so far:
1) Grab a bunch of random stuff lying around the kitchen, including juices, toast, cereal boxes, silverware -- whatever.
2) Put it in Magic Bullet
3) Drink it
I like reading the little book that came with it, because it congratulates me on my purchase, and that makes me feel pretty good. it tells me about how my Magic Bullet will chop, mince, peel, and grind! I've learned by "chop", they mean, "liquefy". And by "mince", "peel", or "grind", they mean, "liquefy".
It tastes great, and I LOVE smoothies, even made with stuff like, say, fruit. The Magic Bullet makes everything taste great, instantly. I saw them use it on television, and when these people used it, everybody gathered 'round their kitchen, and they were really popular, and I can see why. I like The Magic Bullet. Too bad you don't have one, loser.
P.S. -- Next, I will buy "Snuggies" for the family, so that we can slap "high-fives" at sporting events, dressed as very snuggly Druid HIgh Priests.
Because there's nothing more fun than forcing people to look at your own photo albums, here's an online version.
I can't force you to look at it. I can't even force myself to think you'd want to. But here it is.
Oh, the places you'll go!