Sunday, January 6, 2013

Can I carry around a "Like" Button?

I confess that I don't know how to process it when someone walks up to me and starts a conversation with "I thought what you put up on Facebook was really funny. I always think your stuff is great."

My initial reaction is to think Dammit, I have no use for real-world feedback. If you like something, post on Facebook that you like it. Plus, hey, then the world can see how genius you think I am!

But I'm fairly certain that's not a healthy or proper response.

Facebook is my meth. Or, more to the point, getting feedback from my peeps is my meth.

Walking up to me and just telling em you liked something is... like showing me a picture of meth instead.

Wait, no, that's a pretty shitty analogy. I need to figure out a better metaphor. And figure out how to respond when people say they liked something I put online.  Damn you, first world problems!

Saturday, January 5, 2013

How to Cook Everything (Abridged)

So, I noticed in our kitchen there's a giant cookbook called How To Cook Everything.

I dunno, we must have picked it up when were in Georgia, because the entire thing's blank except for one page that just says:

"Deep-fry it".

Then underneath it says "Serve it with white gravy."