Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh
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Oh, I've said that before.

This entry needs to be something I've never blogged before.

First thing I thought to write about, I then thought Oh, I've said that before. Second thing I thought to write about, same response. My inner editor is active. (So I have a long story open on this computer, and I'm slowly editing it. Take advantage, that's what I can do...)

So: what have I not blogged about before?

Lamps! Which makes me think: if Brick Tamland lives into the 2000s, he'd blog about lamps. If he made it to 2012, he'd have a Tumblr about lamps. Lamp after lamp after lamp. Because he loves lamp.

...was that too easy? Whatever, I hadn't blogged about it before.

Bloody Marys! I've never blogged about them because I've yet to have one. (Reminds me (THERE'S THAT PHRASE AGAIN), Mickey Spillane once said "Mike Hammer doesn't drink cognac because I can't spell it.") Yes, yes, I'll correct that and have a Bloody Mary; I already promised that to friends and at least one family member. Seems like I'd like it. Alicia wouldn't, based on the one time she drank a V8. Me, I drink plenty of V8. The drink, not the engine. Really, do I have to do all the work here?

What else has gone unblogged? Mummies? Umlauts? Skin flakes? Why it'd be awesome if waterfalls fell up? Oh, I'll think of something.
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