August 9, 2011 § Leave a comment
On my choices during a guessing game:
Jeff*: Guess what I did sunday night?
Jenny: …Ermmm…Had sex?…Ate ramen?…Ate ramen while having sex?
Jeff: Haha I did not have sex.
Jenny: I wonder if that says something about me…reaching in the dark, the two things I come up with are sex and ramen.
*This Jeff is not Honey Bear’s Jeff. There are so many Jeffs.
July 28, 2011 § Leave a comment
On borrowing a paper clip:
Jenny: Do you have a paperclip I could borrow and not give back to you this lifetime but possibly the next lifetime if we meet and the roles for this scenario are reversed?
Friend:…You mean, a paperclip you can keep?
July 10, 2011 § Leave a comment
Two vignettes of conversations I’ve had from a long time ago– I’m kind of surprised I remembered them but they made me laugh so hard when I first heard them so maybe that’s why I remembered them. I wanted to write them somewhere so I can find them in case I forget:
On why my friend stopped being a vegetarian (seven years ago during French class in high school):
Friend: I used to be a vegetarian for four years.
Jenny: How come you stopped?
Friend: I got hungry.
On eating healthy (last year when she and Jeff stopped by to see our new apartment):
Wynee: I ate a cucumber salad and a grapefruit. I was really full until I had to pee. Then I was hungry again.
July 6, 2011 § Leave a comment
Reason why my Twitter page doesn’t have as many tweets as it could have*:
Jenny: I used more words to describe the huge-ness of my ass than anything else in the email.
Jenny: Can I tweet that?
*I get the feeling everyone is thankful for Wayne.
June 14, 2011 § 1 Comment
On her dog’s neurotic and slightly pathetic personality
Cheng: She’s like a Greek tragedy. I was going to say that she’s a character from a Greek Tragedy but she’s the whole fucking Greek tragedy.
May 15, 2011 § Leave a comment
On the genre of this blog:
Simon: How did your food blog turn into a fashion blog?
Jenny: It was never a food blog. There are also a bunch of drawings on there, too.
Simon: Well, food/random.
Jenny: It’s just a blog.
Simon: 80% of the time it was about food so I figured it was a food blog.
Jenny: Nah, only 80% of February and March. Before, it was a lot of conversations, and, before then, it was a lot of lists. I figure in the long run, it’ll all just mash together into something.
Simon: It’ll definitely be interesting to re-read in 20 years.