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22 February 2008 @ 09:47 am
If I die...  
Okay, so there's a lot of building work going on in the floor above my office in the library. They seem to be dropping a lot of very heavy things directly above my head so...

If I die, I want to be cremated.

wenchpixie, acrazywench and thedothatgirl get first dibs on my DVDs so long as they promise to give hopeless_cynic one of my copies of Firefly and Serenity, smileawhile gets first dibs on my CDs and everyone else can fight over the rest of my belongings... The sites are hosted for the next 18 months, this LJ's a permanent account so... (Ooo - emorpheus can take the Sandman books he doesn't have yet and any of the Star Wars graphic novels and books he wants, the technical books and the encyclopaedia are for my nephew though!)


(work sucks, but I refuse to let it get to me the way it has in the past couple of days. It's a job, it's not who I am. Those of you who have me friended on Facebook - my 'what I'm doing' is a tad melodramatic.)

Email from the boss I want to hit. Badly: "I'm finishing at 4.30 today."
Email from monkey_matt to me and fanulla: "Yay! I'll get the balloons, you two can hire the clowns and make jelly."
other email from me to monkey_matt at the exact same time: "a graphologist would have a field day with my hand writing...it's all looped together fairly tightly apart from the glaring exceptions where there's gaps. Look at my 'g' at the end of 'leaving' ...I'M SCHIZOPHRENIC! CLEARLY!!!!"
monkey_matt: Okay, so maybe clowns aren't such a good idea.
whiskyinmind: clowns or midgets? Or midget clowns?!
monkey_matt: Midget clowns with BIG KNIVES!!!! AAARGH!!! RUN FOR THE HILLS!!!
whiskyinmind: It's okay though, 'cause all we have to do is stop and punch 'em in the face. I know, 'cause the TV told me.
monkey_matt: But the BIG KNIVES!!! What about the BIG KNIVES!!!
whiskyinmind: the midget clowns are midgets, the knifes are too big for them to handle. *nods*
monkey_matt: Phew. I was worried there.

And all this whilst we're meant to be working... (and fanulla is apparently not partaking in the conversation... *g*)
Current Mood: scaredscared
Ah yes, quite a bunch of us, isn't it?unhobbityhobbit on February 22nd, 2008 10:40 am (UTC)
So you've got Dean safe and Sam in a state of geeky Nirvana? You're good at this!

Just... make sure no coworkers think the floor is a good place to store pie. I don't think Sam could take that.

Also, I'm playing solitaire and the screen happened to be positioned so I could periodically see Dean's little fist punching above the solitaire window. It amused me.

Edited at 2008-02-22 10:41 am (UTC)
the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: spn//sam smiling - mewhiskyinmind on February 22nd, 2008 10:43 am (UTC)
I am, and just think, they could have saved themselves all that angst if they'd just met me earlier...

I will. I'll send round an email to all the library staff telling them that pie is not an appropriate item to leave on the floor or on any surface on which one could fall.


*edits* Dean approves of Solitaire, clearly!

Edited at 2008-02-22 10:44 am (UTC)
Ah yes, quite a bunch of us, isn't it?unhobbityhobbit on February 22nd, 2008 10:50 am (UTC)
Well, they've found you now, so I'm sure they've saved themselves a lot of angst that was lined up for them in the future.

Possibly put pie warning signs up say, around the fridge or anywhere pies are likely to be. Or rig up some speaker system "Beware! You are now entering the Pie Zone!" Like the Twilight Zone, but both angstier and tastier.

It's probably more procrastination Dean approves of. Though, if I play Hearts, then it's him, Sam and John I play against and Sam sucks monumentally. Is it still procrastination when you have nothing better to do?
the girl who used to dance on fire and brimstone: pd//pie ho - dignity20s_boxwhiskyinmind on February 22nd, 2008 10:54 am (UTC)
The Pie Zone...


I think you might be right there, procrastination is of course the ideal time-waster and Dean would definitely approve of that. Sam sucks at hearts because he doesn't want to have his broken again, clearly.

The only potential angst there might be (for Dean at least) is that the ever-so-charming neds in my village have a habit of letting tyres down and walking across bonnets of parked cars. Still, could be fun to see Dean's reaction to that...