Joshua Gizelt (swashbuckler332) wrote,
Joshua Gizelt

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The snow is melting...

Yoinked from suitboyskin :

A - AVAILABLE: Not that anybody cares.
B - BEST FRIEND(s): Sheesh. I know that once I post it I'll realize I'd have missed somebody. You know who you are.
C - CRUSH: None at the moment.
D - DAD'S NAME: Paul.
E - EASIEST PERSON OF OPPOSITE SEX TO TALK TO: whosamama... which is all kinds of wrong, I know.
F - FAVORITE BAND: Led Zeppelin, the Jimi Hendrix Experience, the Beatles, etc. Were this to be a broader musical topic, I'd have a very different list.
H - HOMETOWN: New York City.
K - KIDS: It's not looking very likely at the moment.
L - LONGEST CAR RIDE: New York City to Los Angeles via the Jack Kerouac route.
M - MILK FLAVOR: Cheese.
N - NUMBER OF SIBLINGS: One half brother.
O - ONE WISH: I don't know what I want anymore.
P - PHOBIAS: Zombies.
Q - FAVORITE QUOTE: "To err is human, but it feels divine." - Mae West
R - REASON TO SMILE: Good music.
S - SONG YOU LAST HEARD: "Departure from Tatooine" from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace by John Williams
U - UNKNOWN FACT ABOUT ME: I had a horrible overbite that was corrected with braces when I was in grade school. As a kid, I looked like Bugs Bunny.
V - VEGETABLE YOU HATE: Yams and sweet potatoes. I just don't like 'em.
W - WORST HABIT: Toking.
X - X-RAYS YOU'VE HAD: I had several dental ones (see "U") as well as .
Y - YUMMY FOOD: Pasta!
Z - ZODIAC SIGN: Eat shit and die.
Everyone has their firsts...

First real best friend: Can't remember his name.
First school: North Hills School, P.S. 221 ("We are many, we are one/brothers and sisters, wherever you're from/We all dance to a different drum..." just to torture aerolyndt)
First Cellphone: 1999
First pet: George (dog).
First piercing/tattoo: None. Not a big fan of holes being poked in me, and I never found anything I cared to commit to my flesh.
First big trip: Florida when I was pretty young. Maybe three or four?
First flight: Ibid.
First Celebrity Love: Probably Jamie Lee Curtis for taking off her top in Trading Places. Young Josh was entranced by those two glowing orbs of breastular heaven both one hour into the film and then again ten minutes later. Of course, now I feel a little weird looking at those two scenes now that I know a bit more about her, but they were something of a defining moment in my life, I think.
First time out of the country: Canada on my Boy Scout troop tour.
First Job: Local deli off Marathon Boulevard (they went out of business).

Everyone has their lasts...

Last person you hugged: ?
Last time you cried: I take the Fifth.
Last movie you watched: Office Space.
Last person of the opposite sex that you talked to: Of consequence? waystone. Otherwise, it is the nameless, faceless customer contact.
Last shirt you wore: Before the current Homer Simpson "Roundbodies Gym" shirt? I wouldn't know. I didn't leave the house yesterday, and so it was unneccesary to get dressed, and asking me to remember what I wore two days ago is an exercize in futility.
Last phone call: I just called dispatch to status above job. Before that, I spoke to Anel at dispatch as well.
Last text message: waystone
Last thing you touched: The keyboard.
Last time you were at the mall: With Tim on New Year's Eve (got a great deal on The Guns of Navarone Superbit Edition).
Last time you were excited about something: When I fired up my computer to put together my new Star Wars prequel mix.
Last person you saw: Customer contact, as above.
Last thing you drank: Water. It's usually all I drink.
Last time you have been truly, 100% happy?: Sadly enough, it was when I was first seeing my ex... so that means that my true 100% happiness was based upon a lie.
Last thought: What's for dinner?

Ah, yes. We have come to that time of year when people who are in relationships take time out of their busy relationship-filled schedules to rub their status in the faces of those of us who are not in relationships. I sometimes wonder what my reaction to Valentine's Day would be were I actually to be in a relationship when it came around, which has never happened. I wonder if I'd be able to get past my distaste for it... probably not. Just seeing the color pink in February gives me intestinal cramps and causes spontaneous projectile vomitting.

I was just in a building where the security guard was extremely rude and the superintendant was an asshole and kicked me out when I only needed another five minutes to finish the job. 171 Madison. Were I a vengeful man...
Tags: generic rant, inanity, memes
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