Saturday, July 4, 2009

Storytime with Miss A - Girlfriend in a Coma

So I thought of doing a video blog - as something different. I quickly realized I didn't know what to say - so instead of rambling on about nothing I did this:

video

Whilst watching this I noticed several things about myself that I didn't know before:
  • The crookedness of my bottom teeth is way more noticeable than I realized.
  • I'm shiny.
  • I do have a Canadian accent. Much as I have argued my Yankee friends when they've pointed it out (or should I say OOT), I now see that they are right. Boo.
In conclusion, HOORAY LITERACY! STAY IN SCHOOL!

x and o
-Miss A

P.s. please let me know if this was actually interesting and should be repeated or if it was way lame...

9 comments:

ummd14 said...

Definitely dug it... I need another book, and I'm getting tired of Historical Fiction, so i'll probably check it out. Or you can just do this again tomorrow and read the whole thing. Video Books-on-tape??

Ps. Don't worry, I didn't even realize you HAD bottom teeth...

loverockfiend said...

Haha thanks ummd14.
I think I would probably run into some legal/copyright issues if I were to read the entire book to you, so you may have to grab yourself a copy!

sevenyearitch said...

Coupland for the win.

raymi lauren said...

oh man i can't talk on video to save my life i get all uhh duhh buhh muhh fuh and nevermind trying to read one of my posts, abort abort. good for you basically!

loverockfiend said...

Thanks Raymi. I've got a nice case of the warm 'n fuzzies now :)

Alexxx said...

I agree with Raymi. Good job! And you look gorgeous as well. <3

teepoo said...

I always thought about a video blog too!! but then I would sit in front of the camera and be too totally shy xD.

Mike said...

That was great, looking forward to another one.

Jabril said...

Hey, interesting post/video; the Canadian accent's definitely there haha. I actually saw that you're a music lover, as well, and thought you might be interested in a music timeline I've been working on. It's basically a developing history timeline of events in music. I'd encourage you to take a look when you have a chance. Here's the link http://timelines.com/topics/music. Let me know what you think.