To keep from accomplishing even a small amount of work today, I’ve created two fantastic games.
- The “End Everything with ‘ies'” Game
- The “Letspretendthespacebarisbroken” Game
To demonstrate how fun and effective Game #1 is, I present the following conversation. It may help to note that Great Ern and I are going camping this weekend:
- Me: Saturday is my splurge day, so I’m game for whatever we want to make. Hammies, hotties, definitely marshies
- Me: Even though I don’t really like marshies
- Me: But I will steal all your chocies and grammies and make you eat the burned marshies I make
- Me: Isn’t this ‘ies’ game fun?
- Me: :-B
- Great Ern: 🙂
- Me: Big bun
- Great Ern: I’ll probably get a few things on Thursday. Like marshmellows, chips and water. I may or may not share with you.
- Great Ern: If you rub my feet for me you will earn 2 marshmellows
- Great Ern: Mmm. toasted mellows are yummy. Raw mellows are gross
- Great Ern: Wow. That bun is huge
- Me: Big man bun
To demonstrate how fun and effective Game #2 is, I present the following conversation:
- Me: BLECH
- Me: I blech a lot today
- Me: letspretendthespacebarisbroken
- Great Ern: oksoundsliketonsoffunbutit’shardtobreakthehabit
- Me: youjustwanttopressthatdodgyspace
- Great Ern: iburpsoyouaren’taloneinyourbelching
- Great Ern: iwndrifyoucnrdwhtimtypng
- Me: nvwls!
- Great Ern: xpti
- Great Ern: It’s only 3pm. 😦
- Me: Um, I had gotten a box of blueberry morning cereal, actually kroger’s generic brand, that goes on the list of things, along with peanut butter, that i cannot keep in mind house
Do you see what DEEP and profound conversations occurred as a result of my clever games? There’s no “i” in games, unkay?!