March 17th, 2004

Wedding day

Countdown to St. Fuglin's Day

So I'm not sick anymore.

At least, not sick enough to stay home from work. I started feeling better yesterday after I forced myself to eat the sandwich. I'm still light-headed and very slightly uneasy on my feet, but I blame the fact that I'm slightly dehydrated and I got under three hours of sleep last night. I'm working on correcting one of these things right now. By tomorrow, I'm sure I'll be fine.

Anyway, has anybody seen the Ten Plagues of Egypt plush toys? I'm so not kidding -- check out the link. They're a bargain at $19.95/set -- that's less than two bucks a plague! If you've been looking for a way to trivialize passover or you simply want to reenact your favorite scenes from The Abominable Dr. Phibes, these toys are for you.

This being St. Patrick's day, I was thinking about following evil_jim's lead by making all of the text is this post green, but instead I think I'll direct you to an immoral immortal classic of Irish literature which made my eyes bleed. Yeah, I'm a quarter Irish, but I'm much more excited about celebrating St. Fuglin's day. Which is tomorrow. I was going to post a link to a Google search on St. Fuglin, but the single result it returns is a comment left by ribsinbacon on BigBlackGlasses.
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