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Monthly Archives: November 2010

I’ve played a lot of games this Thanksgiving Break.  I’ll continue to update this as I play more.

1 game of Scrabble

2 games of Super Scrabble

3 games of Peanuts Monopoly

1 game of Monopoly

4 rounds of Boggle

1 game of Risk

4 rounds of Dutch Blitz

Being so awesome, I’ve managed to win everything but the 2nd Peanuts Monopoly game, the Monopoly game, and, unfortunately, 3 out of the 4 Dutch Blitz games.

Happy Thanksgiving!


I really should be studying for my History and Biology tests tomorrow, but it’s boring and I don’t want to.  So…

For nostalgia’s sake, let’s have a word of the day!

Heliport–A landing and takeoff place for a helicopter

That’s a pretty exciting word.  I bet you’ll use that at least three times a day now.

I’ve been lacking in inspiration for blog posts lately, so I think I’ll just type whatever and see what comes of it.  Here I go:

Floppy fish flop floppily on the dock.  A sea monster joins them.  Its thrashing destroys a city.  The people in the city run to escape, but a voodoo spell cast upon the city by an evil witch doctor resident curses them all, and they fall to the ground, flopping floppily like fish flopping.  CANADIANS!  CANADIAN BACON!  Help is on the way!  Help is on the way, but slowly because the fire trucks were replaced with flopping floppy fish.  It smells of dying fish.  Of dead fish.  Or rotting fish carcasses.  Curse you witch doctor, for you have cursed us.  Our bones with lie about the land and crunch beneath your step and you will never forget the souls you destroyed.