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Hello Hello Hello, and welcome to another blog entry by yours truly.

I think I'm getting older, which is kinda not groovy. Yesterday I was working, and a lady asked me for a clear 3-ring binder, and I showed her where they were, well, all of our binders that is. I guess she was shopping for her kids. Anyways, she was telling me how the lists were sort of incomprehinsable, which I sympathised with. Then I started to say, "Well, it wasn't that bad back in the day...", then she looked at me and said, "Back in the day?" I was like "Yeah, I'm 20, I'm allowed to say that. I'm just lcky all I have to get nowdays are pens, pencils, and paper." She was laughing pretty hard, then it hit me. I used the phrase "back in the day". Sheesh. Then I said, "Well, when I was a kid, watching cartoons on local stations at 3:30 in the afternoon..." Sigh. Am I really getting at the point where I am glorifying my youth? I mean, I'm stronger now, I'm smarter, well, to an extent, and I can speak in partial spanish.

I mean I hang out with the older crowd every once in a while. It's kinda redundant really. They tell you the same stories over and over and over...Sometimes I mind, sometimes I don't, if it's a good story, which it usually isn't. Sometimes, I rather would watch Nascar for a whole month than listen to stories again. Sad.

I mean listening to the same stories over and over and over.....

Oh, that reminds me of a story I have. I was working one day on this display of school items, you know, like spirit flags and the like, and a group of managers comes my way. The head manager of the store comes around and says "You putting up those flags fast?" I was like "No", but instead I was like "Sure.." And one of the assistant managers comes up to me and says, "The red ones are Straford, aren't they?" I said yes. Then she asked "Are these blue ones Marshfield?" And then Greg, another assistant manager over the area says, "Hartville, yeah, go Hartville. I like Hartville!" I told them we do ont carry Marshfield stuff. The main manager goes over to Greg and says, "You idiot." I laughed for a long time, then "The Chicken Dance" blared over the PA system.

I think I just borke a thought...what was I talking about? Oh yeah, the fact that older people tell the same stories over and over and over.....

Snap! I just remembered! I have been watching Beast Wars on DVD. Now THAT was a good cartoon show. I like Waspinator and Dinobot. I know! Next time I will tell about my favorite and not so favorite parts of the show.

Anyways....um....back to my original topic....um.....

What....was...it.....hmmmmmmm....

Oh yeah!

Hello Hello Hello, and welcome to another blog entry by yours truly.

I think I'm getting older, which is kinda not groovy. Yesterday I was working...and....hmm...anyways, the point is that older people tell the same stories over and over and over.

Oh, funny story (Yes, I'm allowed to say that Erin :P). I was working back in school supplies and I was putting up spirit flags.

Oh, I need to finish watching Beast Wars. I will put up an entry later telling about my favorite and not so favorite parts of the show.

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The Allengator