Consider this my contribution to the collection of search terms that, until ... a few days from now, had no results.
A few minutes ago I put a used (meaning "empty") skittles bag in the trash and quietly announced "skittle bag" to which Derek replied "skittle corpse" at which I laughed quite heartily.
That phrase is, in and of itself, not funny. What is funny is how my brain wasn't ready to hear it.
Well, okay. It's maybe a little funny.
Speaking of things my brain was not ready to hear, after the laughing fit (and subsequent Google searches for "skittle corpse" and variations of the phrase), Derek announced "it's a virgin corpse." But my brain's auto-complete feature heard "virgin" and had already filled in either "search" or "phrase" but was not at all prepared for hearing "corpse" next.
I'm not sure which is more funny now:
- skittle corpse
- virgin corpse
- blogging it
Speaking of blogging it, I had trouble remembering one minor detail and paused from my typing to ask Derek to confirm that I had, in fact, said "skittle bag" earlier. He did and then said, "I assume this is being documented for posterity."
I responded with the only appropriate answer:
How could I not?
Anyway, I can only imagine the sort of nutjobs that are going to end up on this weblog post after the googlebot has had a chance to suck it in.
Posted by jzawodn at April 13, 2004 08:06 PM