Friday, August 12, 2005
German Shepards at the Border
I think, having perfected the art of the inside joke, it's up to me to take it to another level.

I want to write a book thats made up entirely of inside jokes.

Coco would understand it all, and throughly enjoy it.

Lou would understand about half of it, and enjoy it more than Coco.

Jonny would call it a brilliant metaphor about the plight of the lower middle class and would ask if the character "Jonny" was him.

Daniel would play four different characters in the movie version.

'Rez would honestly try to crack the code, thinking it must make sense on some level.


Blogger Coco said...

hee hee hee hee hee....

*long pause*

Hee hee hee hee hee hee hee....


We will have to make sure that the Murphy family gets a few copies..... And the prettiest princess of all needs one too.

Blogger Coco said...

Daniel would have a lot of parts in the movie..... More than Meg Ryan in Joe vs. the Volcanoe even.

Blogger Thérèse said...

There's a certain sense of satisfaction that comes with the realization that people know you on a level that you didn't realize they knew you.

And you completely know I would so totally do that too, Veaj.

Blogger Colleen said...

Let's take that 'wanting to write a book' to a new level and cut to the chase:

I triple-dog dare you to write a book entirely of inside jokes!

~from the girl who is already standing in line waiting to get an autographed copy b/c you could pull it off

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