Archive for October, 2003

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I received some junkmail from Bed Bath and Beyond recently and it was a coupon. “Oh cool, 20% off!” Since I like the store, I thought the coupon would come in handy. So I open it up and start reading the fine print. They listed about 10 brands that the coupon is no good for. Awww… that totally sucks!

What’s the point of giving a discount to people if there are so many restrictions? Shoot, if I want to use it, I’m going to have to walk around the store, pick something I like and double check the fine print.

When did it suddenly get so cold? Heheh.

Scar Girl, signing off.

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topic: coupons with fine print.

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Whew. I’m pretty tired. Two days of volleyball playing totaling 8 games each day, plus the 4 hours of driving (each way) on Friday and tonight can sure make a girl tired. It was a fun weekend and my team won t-shirts for our second place finish. Woohoo! *high 5* Time to get some sleep so that I can wake up tomorrow morning and dread getting up for work. Heheh.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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I was riding the train to work this morning and the driver gets on the speaker system and says something along the lines of, “I have a suggestion for those passengers who are standing up. wah-wah-wah..” I found this amusing because he wanted to say something useful to the passengers, but because the train was kinda loud as it moved, the driver’s voice was muffled, and it sounded like the characters in the Peanuts cartoons. Heheh. Maybe you had to be there.

Happy Friday!!!

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Now, I know I’m not an expert when it comes to fragrances, seeing as how I hardly wear any. However, one thing I am certain of, is that if it comes in a spray bottle (like the kind you have for Windex), then it can’t be of a very high quality.

I was at Walgreens and was walking around and happened to notice the cologne display. What caught my eye was a spray bottle labeled “BOD,” and below that, the words “really ripped abs.” I’m really curious though… what does Really Ripped Abs smell like? *ponder*

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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I have decided to try and start running for exercise. Now, running was never really one of my strrengths. I’m fairly coordinated when it comes to team sports, but aerobic exercises always get me in the end. I’m not quite the Energizer Bunny when it comes to running. I suppose that’s why I don’t really play sports like soccer or basketball.

So I went running this evening. I’d say I did a pretty decent job. Let’s see, I didn’t want to push too much, so I just did 5 laps of running, not including the warm up and cool down. Yay me! I didn’t even have to stop!

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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I walked into a nearby Jamba Juice on my way to work and noticed that their menu signs changed. They now have it categorized a bit better: berry, tropical, and um… some other stuff. The COOLEST feature they now sell a smaller 16oz size!! Now I’m not forced to drink the entire regular-sized one which always makes me too full.

So I’ve always wondered if it’s the proper thing to do as a car passenger to pay for bridge toll. I was having a conversation with a friend of mine about my upcoming lengthy drive. 4 hours isn’t as long as say LA, but it’s still quite long. I mentioned I didn’t want to drive because it’ll be tiring to drive on a Friday night and such and that I hoped someone in my group will volunteer to drive.

Then I went to say that the driver’s benenfit will be that he/she probably won’t need to pay for gas since they’re “sacrificing” their car. When I made that comment, it made him think of bridge toll, and he asked whether or not I think it’s “wrong” for the driver to have to pay toll when there are passengers.

I never really thought about it that much, but I know that whenever I am a passenger, I offer to pay toll because I figure it’s the least I could do since I’m getting a ride. On the other side of that, usually one of my passengers will hand me some money for bridge toll when I’m driving. Not that you’re a bad person if you don’t offer to pay toll, but I’d say it’s a very nice gesture since someone else is driving you, using gas and wearing their car a bit more than you.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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Yay, I carved a pumpkin today! heheh. Ghostbusters baby!!

Topic of discussion: Bridge toll.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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I went climbing this evening and I kinda took it easy instead of trying to practice the 10d. My last climb was a pretty tough one, and I’m glad I managed to make it up. Woohoo! I ended up doing 4 climbs: 5.7, 10a, 10b, 10c.

What a tough day it was at work. I think it’s kind of a bad sign when I start feeling kinda nauseous. I guess the stress to finish my work before the deadline built up all day. The climbing was a good stress relief. Heh. It’s good to just relax and take it easy. Stress - bad. Happy - good.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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I always wondered how some guys I know manage to basically just hang out with their friends from way back in high school. I mean, I do keep in touch with a bunch of mine, but they’re not my “main crew” of folks.

After thinking about it for a while, I came up with something. Guys can pretty much hang out with other guys, if they’re laid back and such, which is the case for most of them; AND, guys are lazy. So if you put those two things together, guys are too lazy to make new friends, so that’s why they pretty much hang out with their old buddies from hs. Heeheh. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

Scarf Girl, signing off.

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