March 26, 2008

I got Tagged.

Here in, Pennsylvania, the hunting center of the know universe, tagged means shot. As in strapped to the hood of the car and being driven to the taxidermist.

Kerri at SixUntilMe tagged me. I thought she was a real nice person reading her blog. That was before I talked to her on the phone, then she tags me. Well five us in one shot. That is impressive even by PA standards. Apparently, I must have said something wrong, I’m tagged now.

I have to write a SIX word biography. OK I have lots of friends, like Nick, who will happily point out that is about five more than is needed after clown, and that is fair enough but those same friends and acquaintances know, I can’t say anything that briefly. Wait that was six words – we have a contender!

Hey Six words - SixUntilMe - is somebody trying to extend the brand here?

Ok here goes:


Serious isn’t solemn. Funny works better.



That’s not as funny as Carey’s

And that just pisses me off.

Crap how do you stop this?

Lighten up, Your Diabetes May Vary

Don’t wear Bad Shoes at Disney.

See? I can’t say anything briefly!

I can’t stop! Tag me now.

Said something wrong, I’m tagged now.


I need to tag other blogs.

Nick writes three, diabetes360, RateYourEndo, MathDummy

My Doc didn't make RateYourEndo

Nick, for revenge, write six words.

That enough from me, for now


Here's the rules:
Write your own six word memoir;
Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you’d like;
Link to the person that tagged you in your post, and to the original post if possible so we can track it as it travels across the blogosphere;
Tag at least five (or one if your lazy like me) more blogs with links; and
Don’t forget to leave a comment on the tagged blogs with an invitation to play!

3 comments:

k2 said...

Pretty Funny Stuff!
I like your blog, and I'm your neighbor.
I live Philly.
You have a great sense of humor, which is key, regardless of what your said diabetes variable may be.
Keep up the good work!
k2

Bennet said...

Thanks, funny is the point

Kerri. said...

I liked your memoir, funny man. (Six words. Zing!)

And unfortunately, the meme wasn't originally mine. I robbed it from someone else ... but it would be a great way to extend the brand, that's for sure.

Good talking with you yesterday, btw. :)