August 17th, 2001
|02:34 am - ha, nuts|
yeah, so i actually have had a sorta interesting time of recently. perchance i'll get to writing some of it tomorrow. not tonite tho, cuz i'm going to bed soon, cuz i'm getting up in like 6 hrs to go look at butterflies with my family (yeah...). goodnight everyone, sweet dreams
state: hungry. a BAGEL before bed!
np: live - forever may not be long enough
Don't be silly. It's only 10 a.m.
you know if you just say good day, it'll count all day (and night, since night is part of day) :oÞ guten tag!
well, yeah. But what really counts is what time the butterflies will be up and doing what they do (fluttering, etc) because that was what Dan had planned to watch the next day/tag/nacht/whatever.
Anyone know a butterfly we can consult?
hrm... I've seen a lot of moths around here... but I think moths are lazier than butterfiles...
there's the one in The Last Unicorn but as butterflies are, erm, flighty creatures by nature, rarely answer direct questions....
|Date:||August 17th, 2001 04:08 pm (UTC)|| |
Was that a pun, or were you just winging it?
Ah, such colourful language...
well it was originally not meant to be a pun, but it refused to go away when I realized it was one.
yes, but then it doesn't get the personal touch of you makign the effort to determine the time of day just for my greeting. you can toss off a 'good day' to ANYone
I rarely toss of a good day. Actually, if I say it in English, its almost always a parting shot at the end of an argument
zaaaactly. i need to have goodnatured greetings, not parting shots!