Thursday, July 31, 2008

Har-Har-Har, Very Funny

Thanks to some helpful comments I've come to realize that I'm not losing my mind after all. That vanishing message from Dream Boy must have been written by some practical joker with a mile-wide mean streak.

I'd blame Jay Appleton except he's not smart enough for something like this and besides, he's been far too busy thinking up new "chores" for me to do this week... So I don't know who's behind the disapearing ink yet, but they'll be in big trouble when I find them!!!

Anyway, I'm going to sleep well tonight and see Dream Boy in my dreams and give him a big kiss and tell him not to leave me no matter what that stupid note said!!!

9 comments:

  1. That's a pretty coincidental prank. Next time you play sports with Jay, play catch. He can be the ball.

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  2. Who knows? Life is big enough for mystery. Just because my dream boy happened to meet me in college doesn't mean yours couldn't communicate through dreams. My world is big enough for dream boys being real, secret messages, and believing in the insane now and then!

    But also, wherever the note came from, don't be surprised if you don't dream about him for a little while after all. You think you will and you won't, so who knows which thought your subconscious (or Dream boy) will go with in the end.

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  3. If it's a prank it would have to be somebody who knows about Dream Boy, so either someone who read my mind or someone who reads my blog.

    Yeah, I'm looking at you, Willy!!!

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  4. I'm glad to hear you met your dream boy in real life, LadyNerd. Hooray for you!!!

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  5. Whoa whoa, wait a minute. How could I send you all that. I'm not even in your state, and I'm waaaay to cheap to send any of that, let alone all of it. And if you're looking at me, I want an attorney before I get accused. For all you know, it could be someone else.

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  6. An attorney, huh? That sounds like what a guilty person would want. Hmm...

    Nah, just kidding. It could be LadyNerd just as easily, or Pie Guy...

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  7. Exactly, and yes, guilty people do ask for attorneys, but innocent people have too.

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  8. Well that's no use. How can you tell the guilty people and the innocent people apart???

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  9. That's a question everyone wants to know. Usually it's because of evidence that implicates a person, but alot of times, evidence is circumstantial, which means innocent people who look guilty because the circumstances can go to prison too. Usually though, people who get arrested are guilty of a crime.

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