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Everything posted by Shawna

  1. "How To Save A Life" ~ The Fray
  2. jes' fine. ;-) I heard there was spamalot here, so I came to see what I could round up. I'm having a rough time making my way through these boards... not used to 'em.
  3. Shawna


    I'm on a seek-and-destroy mission. Got several reports of spam in these parts, but I can't find it. Can anyone direct me? Or maybe it's already been sorted?
  4. I have no clue how many I had... or how many I lost. Or gained. I do notice I have two stars. What's that about?
  5. My only specific thought is I love hearing the stories behind the photos! This was an awesome idea of Greg's. When I get a spare moment, I'ma have to read the interview...
  6. I admire anyone who can do believable and entertaining dialogue. That seems to be my kryptonite.
  7. ouch. Lot of pain here. Sounds like there is a bright side, though. Sounds like maybe you've figured things out. I hope so. Beautiful words. Do you write these as song lyrics? Do you write music, as well?
  8. Love this line. Where have you been, Deezy? Your writing is amazing!
  9. does this mean I can enter 25 times, and only the one that's got them all right will be accepted?
  10. "What do you do when you get swallowed by a whale?" "Run until you get pooped out."
  11. Ron: the king of the double entendre....
  12. I'm so sorry. No one should have to go through this type of stuff... no one.
  13. "Hey Soul Sister" ~ Train "Like a Virgin, you're Madonna"
  14. I see TenPea, Angel, UJ, soulSis, and occasionally Ron and Kenne on FB. Otherwise, I'd have feared we'd lost our entire heart...
  15. "We Didn't Start The Fire" ~ Billy Joel Roy Khan, Juan Peron, Toscanini, Dacron Dien Bien Phu falls, "Rock Around the Clock"
  16. "These Days" by Rascall Flatts "'Norma Jean,' ain't that the song we'd sing in the car." Referencing "Norma Jean Riley" by Diamond Rio. "Happened on a Saturday Night" by Jason Michael Carroll "So she left Bobby standin' all alone and empty handed, as the band played 'Why Lady Why'" references the song "Why Lady Why" by Alabama. "All Summer Long" by Kid Rock "Singing Sweet home Alabama all summer long" references "Sweet Home Alabama" by Lynyrd Skynyrd "Old Alabama" by Brad Paisley "A little 'Dixieland Delight'" "A little 'Why Lady Why'" "And it's 'Love in the First Degree'" references three different songs by Alabama.
  17. I can think of two immediately off the top of my head. Probably many more, given time.
  18. "Horrible Bosses 2" HYSTERICAL! The first one was funny, this one takes it further and is even more funny. My kid and I laughed all the way through it. Who knew Jennifer Aniston could get that raunchy? I love sick, sick, sick humor. If you don't, then DON'T go see this. If you do, you're in for a treat. 7/10 (just because it's not movie-of-the-year, there are no Oscar-worthy performances, it's just good, sick fun.)
  19. I'm pretty sure the humor was intentional in that movie, CanAm. No? I haven't seen either one, but seems like I remember both of them marketed here in the States as being of the comedic genre...
  20. Not sure if it qualifies, but I always thought Harry Chapin's "Taxi" had a good twist... albeit more in the middle...
  21. Hi Darryl! My mom has this one on 45 still. We used to listen to it on our little record player. I never knew it was Dean Martin... nor do I remember ever hearing that last line... certainly changes the entire song!
  22. We got "The Carol Burnett Show" and "Get Smart" TV series on DVD a couple of years back. Still just as freakin' hysterical as they were back in the day. Every now and then we bust out a DVD and watch a few episodes. Good stuff. I even have "The Monkees" on DVDs, the entire 2-3 seasons or however many there were. Those are good, stupid fun, too, which is what they were always meant to be.
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