my people

i got a double-x sexxy new cell phone today. i call it sara. you know what this means? you get a new chance to be my people. because i’ve had a cellphone for like four years and i have about two people, and neither of them ever call my cellphone. c’mon don’t you want to be my people?

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  1. Thomas 08.Apr.04 at 9:54 am

    It might be worth it just so I don’t worry about you when you take a hiatus…

    Now if you’d carry it in a fanny pack and leave it on vibrate, I’d have you on speed dial.

  2. jodi 08.Apr.04 at 10:05 am

    i’m not on hiatus just really fucking busy beyond all belief. next week there’s gonna be so much jodiness you’re gonna wanna vomit.

  3. Tam 08.Apr.04 at 11:14 am

    I’d offer but I hate the phone. I suck at calling people even when I need to talk to them. :- /

  4. minnekeith 08.Apr.04 at 11:36 am

    fannypack…that’s funny, cause in the UK, “fanny” is slang for a female body part.

  5. Thomas 08.Apr.04 at 2:12 pm

    Keith, a fannypack was originally designed to go on the fanny. However, in true American style, we found it’s much more convenient to wear the pouch portion in the front.

    Also, we call it an elevator, not a lift; an umbrella, not a bumbershoot; a truck, not a lorry; aluminum, not aluminium; a hood, not a bonnet; a cigarette, not a fag; etc…

    If you’re new to the States, I suggest an American safari to observe the majestic Snipe.

  6. heather 08.Apr.04 at 5:03 pm

    thomas, that’s not the girl part keith meant:
    american fanny = boy or girl behind
    british fanny = girl down-belows

    puts a whole new meaning to “fanny by gaslight”, too.

  7. wendy 08.Apr.04 at 9:42 pm

    i’ll totally be your people, yo.


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