I was not attacked by the statue, but I did get a new comforter.

Last night I found myself sitting on a couch next to The Bloggess. We were guests on Oprah (obviously), and our mind-blowing creations were being celebrated. After a coin toss, Jenny revealed that she had invented a statue of Frida Kahlo that appears to be a normal twenty foot high stationary installment until someone in the room is being dishonest. Upon detecting a lie, the statue lights up from within, humanizes, and storms upon He or She Who Has Delivered an Untruth. Oprah then opened a curtain and revealed the amazing statue, who immediately began glowing and humanizing and chasing down audience members. It was terrifying.

When it was my turn to reveal a creation, I said, “Well, I really didn’t come up with anything, but I can work a Hooey Stick.” With that, Oprah shook her head and muttered, “I like your skirt.”

With that said, if you want to see my bedroom and how I was able to improve it with the help of BlogHer and JCPenney, join me over here. ‘ ‘ ‘text/javascript’>

6 thoughts on “I was not attacked by the statue, but I did get a new comforter.”

  1. I dreamed the other night that you, and a bunch of other bloggers from my Google reader feeds were doing live blogging. In person. Without computers. i.e. you were all sitting around and telling us what you would have been writing. It was cool and super strange, since, you know, I don’t know you or any of the bloggers… :D

    Your new digs look great!

  2. It seems as though Hooey stick is reputable science because it is replicable, which I don’t know if I can say is true or not.

    So, Suebob wrote about you. You posted about The Bloggess. If now I’m going there to find out about this Frida hot mess. If I find she wrote about someone else from the Keynote last year, I’m totally calling my psych and saying I’m having mescaline flashbacks again.

  3. Okay, I’m back.

    Here’s the deal. I’m having a little panic attack. Jenny posted a screenshot of someone’s comment page. Without saying who it is, probably so I won’t get jealous that she’s commenting on that person’s blog. Because I can tell it’s not mine.

    Now, it wouldn’t be a good idea of me to go to the comment sections of all of the bloggers from the Community Keynote to see if it’s one of them just to prove a theory that is completely whacked, would it?

    I might be back.

  4. First of all I need to apologize about your skirt. I was just as shocked as you when Enormo-Frida stormed up and stomped on your skirt. And also on your legs. So I guess also I’m sorry about your legs too. Turns out she thought you claimed that you could work a “HOCKEY stick” and was all “LIE! LIE!”. I am terribly sorry, but in her defense English is her second language and also I think she was a little flustered at being on the Oprah show. I mean, who wouldn’t be, right?

    Again, I’m terribly sorry.

  5. The only thing I can think of to make that dream more awesome was if Enormo-Frida could shoot lasers out her eyes. That would be cool.

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