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I went on a cruise with my extended family when I was twelve. There were thirty of us. Our "flag signal thing" was a yellow flip-flop on a stick. Its actual use was as a flyswatter, but we found "follow the yellow flip-flop" too hilarious a concept to ignore.
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There are actually temporary tattoos that serve this purpose, and they're apparently handy for vacation situations (say, like if a kid wanders off at Disneyland). Still weird though.
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It's in Savannah?! So.....is this Midnight in the Garden of Cheeseburgers & Fries? ....yes, that was a bad joke, shaddup. :P
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Who made this, Tara from RDA? ;D
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There was attempted murder at the end (that was SO not in the play, btw).
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I am a diehard Kennedy fan. Am I going to hell for giggling a little bit?
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Reminds me of the Simpsons episode where they put a shitload of tickets on the counter and receive a toy dinosaur the size of one's thumb....
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Thank you everyone. J (my friend) meant more to me than I can ever convey. Thank you for your support.
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I fucking love DDD. The TV's outside the fitting rooms at work are usually turned to Food Network, and I've become addicted.
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I went to a con once that featured Doug Walker (aka ThatGuyWithTheGlasses or the Nostalgia Critic) as one of their headlining guests. I'm copy-pasting the rest from my friend's Facebook post about this incident. "Thanks to the overly strict fire safety laws of Connecticut, the process for trying to get NC's autograph and to the TGWTG panel itself was stressful, disorganized and a downright nightmare. Everyone was being yelled at. Even standing in one spot for more then a few minutes got you yelled at. The staff, while understandably overwhelmed, were rude and contradicting in their directions and made things much worse then they needed to be. Nobody handling that situation seemed to understand how popular Doug Walker is nor did they understand how the process for getting into panels actually worked. They even threatened to shut down the con a few times if people didn't stop trying to line up for the panel." So yeah, that happened.
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Cheez-Its forever. My parents like Nips better and I don't get it, to me you'd get the same result eating the box itself.
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Expert SpongeBob reference in there. "FIRMLY GRASP IT!"
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This is totally at Fenway Park...*sigh* some of my fellow Red Sox fans can be such morons.
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There is.....kinda. Radio Dead Air/What The Fuck Is Wrong With You? Basically, people riffing/commenting on the stupidest news stories they can find.
Toggle Commented May 15, 2014 on Walmart Reality Show? at Retail Hell Underground
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I'd eat Mickey D's cheese fries, but that's a paltry amount of cheese. I worked at a well-known amusement park chain (hint: the company name alludes to Texas history even though only two of the parks are actually in Texas), and when a custy asked for cheese fries, we would make those damn fries SWIM. Yeah yeah, AMERICA, but seriously, if you're gonna offer cheese fries, REALLY mean it!
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A, it's originally a Monty Python sketch. Doug Walker got it from there.
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The Store Where Everything Is Actually A Buck sells toy grenades that tick when you push the pin. I haven't worked there since 2012 but I swear I can still hear that ticking in my nightmares.
Toggle Commented May 14, 2014 on Walmart Grenade Scare at Retail Hell Underground
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I once saw a hotel Bible with "Jesus Dies" written inside the front cover.
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Yeah. Was told to cheer up after my best friend committed suicide in January. Shit doesn't work that way.
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OH GOD YES. I worked at one for two years and always HATED the "ten minute" breaks. Absolute idiocy.
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When I worked at That Store Where Everything Is Actually A Buck, we sold "Cars"-themed containers with fake "oil slicks" inside. I used to find them poured all over the shelves in the toy section.
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