25 March 2009

You shouldn't have!

This is my 100th blog post! Yaaaaay! Wait... where's the confetti and balloons? And isn't there supposed to be cake or something? No presents?! What kind of celebration is this? Well you know what? I didn't want any cake or presents anyway. That's right. Yeah. Who needs 'em? Not me, that's for sure. Cake is bad for you. And I've got plenty of stuff so I don't need no more stupid presents. I could hardly fit anymore stuff in my apartment because it's so full of cool stuff.

This blog hasn't been nothing but trouble any how. I mean, sure I've gotten some cool new friends. Yeah, maybe I have used it to sort out a few issues. I've even challenged myself to write a dumb music review or two for it... Well, maybe on second thought it ain't been so bad. I guess it's actually pretty cool! Okay well I guess I'll be going now. I'll come back tomorrow if I've got the time.

Oh, you know what? I've got an idea. In honor of my 100th blog post I'll post a kick ass play list for the person who comes up with the best mix-tape theme. If you're awesome enough (and I have time) I might even make the damn thing and mail it to you. How does that sound? I'll decide at the end of the week. And if no one posts any ideas I'll just make one up.

There's cake at 1000, right?


Heather Rose said...

Oh, yes. This is great! The rest of you loyal readers? Yeah, you. Get lost. ^-^

I'm thinking...oh bestest bloggy friend o' mine...that said mix should revolve around...the suspense is killing you, no?

Roots and Burial.

I think that'd be a nice one.

Heather Rose said...

And I didn't get any cake either. Don't feel bad. :P

Heather Rose said...

You have an award over at my blog. ^-^

Sarah said...

Cake is bad for you? It's grown arms and legs and is fucking with the wiring so that you electrocute yourself by trying to run the blender?

I want a mixtape that excludes anything that could be defined as "scene" or "emo," with the title, "Holy Shit, Get the Fuck Out of Here."

ladyglutter said...

To celebrate the longevity of your blog, I propose a "Road Trip" mixed tape theme. To be worthy of playing on a long road trip, a mixed tape needs real staying power, able to be played over and over.

Apollo said...

Thanks for all the ideas, folks!