May 09, 2008

Curious

I have some questions, I bet you can help me out...

Who are you? Do you come here often? Do I know you in the real world? Why did you google that famous quote from that old movie? Most importantly, who the heck are you?*







*In my neck of the woods, "heck" is not necessarily a word to replace "hell", although it does serve that purpose. "Heck" makes the question informal, casual, friendly, and nonconfrontational. "Who the heck are you?" simply means, "Yes b'y! Pull up a stool and let me tell you a story! Enjoy your stay! Come on back and bring the kids!" But, being that it is in fact a question, the askee then has the responsibility of responding in kind, with tales of their own. It's what the old folks once called a conversation. Conversations are fun. In fact, you could practice right now!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm Jenna. I come here maybe a few times a week. You used to know me in the real world but we've parted ways. Does that answer your questions?

Evelyn said...

It does. Hi Jenna!

Ruth said...

I used to be your roommate, so yeah you know me in real life. And I'm still obsessively reading your blog even though I don't comment much. Sorry about that. Miss you!

Holly said...

I'm your giant pregnant friend that is ready to pop any day now and hopes you will come visit her in the hospital when she does. :D
But you already knew that I read your blog.

Twila said...

Hi Evelyn,
I am the mother of your "used-to-be-roomate" and I think you remember me. I enjoy reading your blog. Sorry about the lurking without commenting! What can I say -it's good!
By the way your Sheamus is adorable.

Twila said...

That was supposed to read:
"Heck, what can I say - it's good!"
;)

Shannon said...

Hi, My name is Shannon, I have a Blogging Problem,
I come and Read about twice a Week.
I've been working on it,and I don't want it to control my life anymore - but I just can't seem to shake it...

(I'm your very dearest friend - who isn't preggers, and wasn't your most recent roommate.. but i haev lived with you (in one aspect or another) longer than I have my husband.