There Wasn't a Dry Seat In the House

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Erm, my new favourite journal, made me laugh until I feared an imminent asthma attack. What's a really funny journal that other people might not know about?

-- Kymm Zuckert (hedgehog@hedgehog.net), December 05, 2000

Answers

Oh. Muh. God. Erm totally rocks. Andy and I still use the phrase "the passenger in my pants" frequently and it never fails to crack us up.

-- Amy Lester (amy@petdance.com), December 05, 2000.

http://www.medellia.com/blogger/blogger.html

Follow the root and capture the magic. HAHAHA

P.S. I haven't the stones to maintain a journal. I'm just directin' ya to a place I enjoy.

-- B.S.Applegate (slicnoid@sopris.net), December 06, 2000.


Geez, Kymm, that phrase must have a TOTALLY different meaning on the east coast. I thought this was going to be something about Proof of Life, because it's got Russell Crowe and David Morse in it...

-- Colin (ethilrist@prodigy.net), December 06, 2000.

ooh... I bet David Morse gets beat up, too... mmm... bloody faces...

-- Colin (ethilrist@prodigy.net), December 06, 2000.

Treese always has me giggling at least once.

She can be found here and she even won a diarist award for best rant this past round.

She rocketh.

-- sherry (sherry@masc.ca), December 07, 2000.



Well, I've always heard the phrase as meaning that the audience pissed themselves laughing, not that they, well, whatt you meant.

Although, I'm certain that your definition will be accurate on Friday when Proof of Life comes out...

-- Kymm Zuckert (kymmz1@yahoo.com), December 07, 2000.


I just finished all of Erm and am now up to date. I did the majority of my reading at work and sometimes I wish she wasn't so damn funny. More times then I remember I was sitting in my chair shaking with laughter trying like hell not to bust out hooting and rolling on the floor. My regular work is never that funny. They'd suspect something. She is also responsible for me having to clean my keyboard after her entry about coffee (June 7, 1999, http://www.dash.dircon.co.uk/page38.html). I spit half my lunch up because of that one. If you havenít, READ IT.

But, um, not as funny as you Kymm. Nope, not as funny at all. I, uh, swear. Right then.

-- Travis (blackmere@hotmail.com), December 12, 2000.


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