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Sunday, October 26, 2008

Silly Ghost

What a wonderful feeling to come home after a long rainy day in the world, (but not of it) and warm myself by the blogfire in my comment box.  I wish someone would figure out how to make your comment box say You've got mail! when you open it.  Loving all your PDA.  So funny no one could figure out what COJCOLDS meant.  Love messing with your minds and making you utilize all those brain cell(ulite)s.  Trying to tone up your spiritual atrophy. 

I really wanted to talk about addiction today but I can't stop thinking about ghosts.  So since we're on the subject anyway . . . it finally dawned on me that ghosts may have a sense of humor. It makes all their little shenangans so much less freaky once your realize this.  I wonder if we attract ghosts that help us reflect on our weaknesses or our issues.  Or maybe ghosts just wanna have fun.  

Anyway I'm beginning to think I'm being teased and taunted by a ghost--I hope it's not because I like to tease and taunt everyone and the ghost is trying to show me how it feels.  Heck guys, I hope no one takes my teasing personally because I even tease my GPS.  Just today I was in the car punching in global positions then turning down the wrong streets just to crack up when it says You are off course!  Plus I get such a kick out of the way that cute Brittish lady mispronounces all the Hawaiian street names.   

Right now I feel like I do when I get on my Facebook and someone has sent me a poke.  At first I'm like "Hey!"  And then I'm like "Ow!"  and then I'm like "Hmmm!"  and I keep wondering "Was that a good poke or a bad poke?"   

These are the pokes I've gotten from my ghost today:  First, when I read Sewl's super freaky ghost story and I went to leave a comment in her box the word verifier spelled faking.  Does anyone else find that mildly ironic since 1). The word verifier never spells actual words and 2.) Sewl's story was true.   So that means the ghost was just messing with me, right?  

Then today I spent the day judging the island-wide high school speech competition at St. Andrews Priory--a Catholic school, and on my way to The Ascension Wing another jet black cat bolted right across my path like an ebony streak of lightening/darkening.  But this time the cat was super fat. (Was that rude?  What I meant to say was this time the cat was super big boned).  How could a real big boned cat bolt that fast? And why would he bolt in front of me when I'm on my way to Ascension?  Messing with me, right?

Then when I was judging my first round of dramatic speeches, this guy performed a speech entitled A Slow Dance on a Killing Ground and he looked straight at me the whole speech (and you really should not make eye contact with the judges because it makes us feel uncomfortable and we know you're just trying to send us subliminal messages with your pupils so you can win).  But he was freakin' freaky and talking about how he has this hole in his heart and how the absence of love is how he got the hole, but how all his love is right inside that hole, (which is impossible because . . . wouldn't love slide right through a hole?)  But then, and this is the part that seriously gave me shivers, he tells me how he needs a place to hide and how he asks the rocks but they tell him, "sorry dude, you can't hide here," so he turns himself into a bug.  My chin hit the floor.   He needed a place to hide.  It was like the answer to a  . . . question.

Do you think my possessed bugs are just trying to hide in peoples ears because the love keeps sliding right through the hole in their hearts and the rocks won't give them any cover? 

Me neither.  Just asking.  

Probably just my ghost messin' with me again.  

Silly ghost.  

18 comments:

Jen said...

So...if no one else enters the contest, I guess Pat, Andrea and I get to spit the winnings?

Cool. I could go for that.

Pat said...

That sounds good to me also Jen. he he he. Cept I really neeeed the blog makeover and I haven't even read the twilight books becaue I'm behind the times like that plus I just spend all my days making zucchini bread.

Also I totally figured out what COJCOLDS means, very clever and strange and spooky that I have never seen it written quite that way before. I could say what it is, but if you are tyring to freak everyone, then I won't give it away. We know what happened the last time I gave away a secret. And I want to you know that I can sometimes, not really, well Ok almost never, keep a secret. But I guess there can be a first for everything.

By the way I love your nick name for me of mouthy commenter. I think I will change my profile name to be that. It has a certain ring to it.

And that is totally creepy about the bugs. I actually found several dead cockroaches when I swept my house today. Maybe the bug ghost is contagious through the internet.

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Hee hee. We'll call it the roach virus. ha ha ha ha.

Well we have 6 entries now so at least you'll for sure get 1.5 prizes each, if I did the math right. ;)

Pat said...

Oh and I forgot to comment on the word verification thingy. That is spooky. I kind of think that word verification thing is of the devil. Total pain. Maybe that explains the freakness of it.

My word verification says UNDEPA which kind of makes me think it is saying I have to pea. I know not nearly as creepy as the word verification at Sewl. Maybe only hers is haunted.

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Yes, it is just hers! I've been over there just clicking on it and the last one was holou, which is ghost-speak for aloha. (At least they're friendly) and consumat, which is spanish for . . . well, I don't speak spanish, but I bet it means something chilling (or friendly).

Does anyone speak spanish?

The Rogers Family said...

Yes, your brother who served a mission in Spain and Married a Honduran woman 3 years ago speaks a little spanish. No clue what that means. I did finally figure out what COJCOLDS meant at 6:27 this morning. I think my mind must have been working on the problem in my sleep.

Kristina P. said...

So, I'm pretty sure this all means that you are going to drop dead today.

Let me know how that goes.

Funny Farmer said...

Well if I am truly honest I have to admit that when I first saw COJCOLDS I thought it was "cojones", which definitely is spanish. What a great line of thought for a Sunday morning, huh?

And all you early birds who think nobody else is going to enter so you can just split the prizes just remember that there is a WHOLE FOUR DAYS left to enter this thing.

So there.

"phitor"

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Amen, Lisa.

My word verifier says cristil. I know that's Spanish for a very appropriate Sunday morning thought.

Pat said...

Lisa, I know your story is totally going to rock, and that is why I entered early, so I don't chicken out when I read everyone else's stories that will make mine seem lame. Can't wait to read it. I am on the edge of my seat even. :)

dismsie, probaply a close cousin to shapoopsie, from the song in music man. Not sure what it means. Love that musical.

Emily Anne Leyland ( Art-n-Sewl) said...

I hope I didn't spoil it by giving COJCOLDS away early. I was just trying to help out my other cuz :)

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

DUH...Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints...Oh wait...did I just give it away? That was so not cool...

jen...nobody should spit anything? Just saying...and I'm working on mine!

Word verifier spells something for me all the time..

And if you DO drop dead like Kristina thinks you will...can I have your followers?

Shelle-BlokThoughts said...

Oh hey...go over to my blog sometime and see if my post counts as a good enough NOT REAL ghost story...

okay...I know...

NO ghost...

but murder is scary...it IS!!!

Heidi Ashworth said...

So, how do you get to be a speech judge? Sounds like fun.

Erin The Great said...

I don't know if the ghost of 'Teasing Kharma' exsists... Maybe it does...hmmmm.

Amidey (aka Crazy Lady) said...

I hate bugs! The thought of devil bugs relaly creeps me out! :shiver:

Mariko said...

My word verification says "sonfort." I'm pretty sure that's significant. It definitely means "snort" in ghost language, because they don't have teeth, and even their snorts come out ghosty.

Martha said...

So one of your possessed bugs must have been the cockroach that flew out of the ear of that lady. (S was at your house when it happened). Now that poor bug is hiding in your house because the love keeps sliding right through the hole in its heart and the rocks won't give it any cover?