Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Untitled (No, That's the Title)

I am so in love with this video it's not even funny.

Actually it's really funny. Like thank you funny. I so-totally-needed-that funny. Friday at 5pm on a Tuesday funny.
I've typed the word funny so many times now it looks funny. Funny funny.

Yeah. That.


Vanessa said...

iloveyouiloveyouiloveyouiloveyouiloveyou. Haha, so funny!

Anonymous said...

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

ZDub said...

OMFG, I love Affirmation Girl. That is the funniest shit I have seen in awhile!

I never get badass comments like that. "I shit in your vagina..." would make my whole year.

SGM said...

I NEVER fail to laugh at the "shit in your vagina" part. So funny.

Z, I might just go leave a comment to that effect on your blog right now.

pillow mint said...

Funny. so freaking funny.
i love you and her!!

Anonymous said...

what happened to the post from yesterday?

Petunia Face said...

Anon--Bryan asked me to take it down so I did. :/

Anonymous said...

I can understand Bryan wanting you to do that. Though I admire your honesty, I sort of cringed when I read it, thinking yikes, that may be just too much information. I have been in the same boat, without red mittens, but even so I sort of flinched when I read your public disclosure and thought no -- you should keep that particular information private,for you and Bryan, and also, for Zoey, and maybe assorted inlaws and other relatives who read your wonderful blog.
Not that you should be ashamed of anything you did when you were 20 -- it's just private. That's all.

Petunia Face said...

Anon @ 7:29: After Bryan asked me to take it down I went into a bit of a shame spiral. I was trying to be all strong and feminist about making it public, no shame, hear me roar, blah blah. But when he asked me to take it down I realized that there is shame in it, both public and admittedly private, no matter how liberal I am. And that's just me, not my family, who also deserves their privacy.

Meghan M said...

Is it just me, or does Affirmation Girl totally remind you of Rene Zellweger?
(Also, I loved your post yesterday. Shhhhhhh.)

Anonymous said...

I totally and completely understand, as my feelings on this issue have all over the map. At times I have also felt defiant -- like hey, this happens to us women (with a little help from men, of course) so why should we keep quiet and sweep it under the rug? Why should we feel ashamed? But at other times, I do feel ashamed, like I should have known better; I should have made better decisions at the time. I don't know. It's funny we're having this conversation on the back end of a totally humorous post about something else entirely. Please keep writing your blog -- I look forward to it every single day.

Petunia Face said...

Oh Anonymous, I totally want to give you a hug right now. Thank you for understanding and putting that into words, because yes, totally, so right.

And Meghan--I was trying to figure out who Affirmation Girl reminds me of! And that's it!

I just called Nacho in from a cat fight outside and found a decapitated bird head on my porch surrounded by feathers. What a night! Iloveyouiloveyouiloveyouiloveyou.

Kwana said...

She is too cute. I loveloveloveher. Ha!

Cindy said...


Re the red mittens post... I also cringed when I read it. Stated so matter-of-factly. I admire you from afar, and I am an open book kind of girl, but this was just too much for me.

I still intend to stalk your blog every damn day.


amber {daisy chain} said...

omg, that was so funnny, I may need to watch that daily.