Fake Meme

If you read this (even if we don’t speak often), please post a comment with a COMPLETELY MADE UP AND FICTIONAL memory of you and me. It can be anything you want – good or bad – BUT IT HAS TO BE FAKE.

Then, if you choose to do so, you can post a similar entry in your own journal. Or not.

16 comments

  1. Re: All Not Alone in the Moonlight

    It’s not so much that I’m smarter than you or you’re smarter than me. It’s that together, we’re unstoppable.

    Except that I can’t seem to get garbanzo beans to soak sufficiently to cook them for hummus.

  2. All Not Alone in the Moonlight

    Andrew, I remember once when I was smarter than you are. Mmmm. Them was good times.

    -Ben

  3. All Not Alone in the Moonlight

    Andrew, I remember once when I was smarter than you are. Mmmm. Them was good times.

    -Ben

    • Re: All Not Alone in the Moonlight

      It’s not so much that I’m smarter than you or you’re smarter than me. It’s that together, we’re unstoppable.

      Except that I can’t seem to get garbanzo beans to soak sufficiently to cook them for hummus.

  4. Oh, that day. I think we drank both the barkeep’s bottles of ouzo, and the Greek wedding party that came in next was really mad at us.

    Did you throw up in the groom’s limo, or was that me?

  5. (This is the fifth I’ve filled in since arriving here tonight… Instant karma for putting it in my own LJ, perhaps?)

    Be honest, your disguise as a medieval Court Jester wouldn’t have fooled anyone – no pun intended. Even with the mandatory tri-cornerned hat with jungling bells firmly clamped onto your head, I knew your real identity. Next time you attend a masked ball, leave your double-glazing window samples at home, hey?

  6. (This is the fifth I’ve filled in since arriving here tonight… Instant karma for putting it in my own LJ, perhaps?)

    Be honest, your disguise as a medieval Court Jester wouldn’t have fooled anyone – no pun intended. Even with the mandatory tri-cornerned hat with jungling bells firmly clamped onto your head, I knew your real identity. Next time you attend a masked ball, leave your double-glazing window samples at home, hey?

  7. It was in that dead period between lunch and the post-work crowd, when barkeeps polish glasses and watch women walking by, through the grimy-dirt encrusted windows just below street level. I’d been in there drinking like it was my last chance to drink, and the whisky bottle was that much the worse for my efforts. I dunno, myabe it had been a bad day for you, too, but when you settled down onto the stool next to me, when you should have been off teaching class, I knew a hard drinking afternoon was part of today’s curriculum.

  8. It was in that dead period between lunch and the post-work crowd, when barkeeps polish glasses and watch women walking by, through the grimy-dirt encrusted windows just below street level. I’d been in there drinking like it was my last chance to drink, and the whisky bottle was that much the worse for my efforts. I dunno, myabe it had been a bad day for you, too, but when you settled down onto the stool next to me, when you should have been off teaching class, I knew a hard drinking afternoon was part of today’s curriculum.

    • Oh, that day. I think we drank both the barkeep’s bottles of ouzo, and the Greek wedding party that came in next was really mad at us.

      Did you throw up in the groom’s limo, or was that me?

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