Nov 2, 2008

New Topic: The Future (You May Be Eaten)



















It's already the second of November, so I'm behind from the get-go, but I wanted to participate in NaBloPoMo, or National Blog Posting Month, which starts at the beginning of each month. The only requirement is to post every day, but since I manage to post 5/7 days of the week (sometimes more, rarely less), what I'm concerned about here is content, which I've decided to leave up to you, dear reader.

Leave a comment, send me an email, or try sending smoke signals: get me a topic and I'll blog about it (giving you a shout, of course). You can't force what direction I'll go in, but I promise to stay open-minded--but if you send the word "chickens" and expect a heartwarming tale of Chicken Little and His Amazing Adventures, think again (and what are you DOING here?!)--I'll probably tell the story about my friend's mom who froze a live chicken in her freezer because she'd heard it was 'humane'. The chicken, if you were wondering, was still alive when she came home two days' later. True story.

So that's the deal: send me a topic, and I'll see if I can make it interesting. If I get no responses, then I'm writing about John McCain, EVERY. SINGLE. DAY. And his little dog, too. Even after Obama wins. *crosses fingers* Bonus for topics that don't appear on the blog very often, or for something that makes me laugh out loud. That is what the month of November is about: doing something different. Even if it kills me.

[RADWORDS]: MCCAIN, CHICKEN, NAPOBLOMO, OBAMA, NOVEMBER.


21 comments:

kate said...

can u write about my virginity, hymens, brazillian wax designs, and the best penis size for the first time???

Snotty McSnotterson said...

WOW, Kate. Just...WOW.

I can, and will. Then I will blame it all on you. And then you can blame your first time on me, even though I hope I'm not a participant or a spectator. No offense.

kiki said...

i want the biography of the person who pushed him:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/zooglia/2984412942/

or was it suicide?

Snotty McSnotterson said...

Kyle, you are the weirdest. And that photo is hilarious. Murder, for sure. I'll get right on it.

FreNeTic said...

More onomatopœia. Better yet, ALL onomatopœia.

I request a retelling of the Ant & the Grasshopper fable, only the ant falls prey to the Grasshopper's sexual charms. Tragedy ensues.

My latest fascination is the Urban Famine, and what YOU are going to do about it.

Anything about truffles, and the depths people will go to in acquiring them.

Twenty-Eight days of Mad Libs!

Buttercup said...

I would like an entire post dedicated to the mystery that is the Esq's father sometime. :) Him and his Mr. Yuk stickers. And his Halloween costume hating. And how good he is at games. :)

Snotty McSnotterson said...

Buttercup, I cannot envision a blog post about the Esq's father where I won't get sued. However, after obtaining permission (verbal, written, and notarized), I might try.

Snotty McSnotterson said...

Griz, I love your ideas. They will be incorporated.

Bananasana said...

How about- and think about the snotty possibilities- going to a yoga class( just one)and documenting. Hell, I'll look up a studio for you....

Snotty McSnotterson said...

I know many a yoga studio, since Snotty likes yoga, but I'm kind of unemployed and broke. How about I get Whoreleen to take me to one of HER classes for free and I can blog about it later? I don't know if a blog about how inflexible and cumbersome I am will be interesting, but I'm willing to try. :)

matt said...

So I'm watching this "special" Frontline edition on Obama and McCain, and it's interrupted 36 minutes in by a pledge break (!) where they're saying "for $75, we'll give you a Channel 9-branded grocery bag!" No. Really. This on the week when they move one of the best, and least partisan programs on TV, Charlie Rose, to an unwatchable 2:00 PM timeslot. From the station that claims to "inform and inspire."
And it made me think(for the second time today):

Perhaps you'd like to turn your razor-sharp wit and microscopic fascination with minutia towards the gradual, yet undeniable, shift of public television towards a geriatric-focussed, self-help reliant, Conservative bias in the last decade.

Or you could just keep writing about bacon...

Manthony said...

I think you should blog about the humble crepe. There was a write-up in The Stranger about a place in Madison Valley and a place on Olive Way recently. I'm willing to take you to lunch in the name of research!

Bananasana said...

Just the idea that you would be going to a class with someone named Whoreleen is fascinating enough...

Snotty McSnotterson said...

True. Whoreleen is a fascinating subject.

Snotty McSnotterson said...

MATT! I will do my best to do whatever it is you said to do in your comment. I'm kind of out of it. Maybe tomorrow I'll be more aware.

Snotty McSnotterson said...

Manthony: I'm down, let's go. CREPES FOR EVERYONE.

matt said...

Dude, a Whoreleen blog would be snicker-worthy.
I'll prime my RSS.
My fascination awaits (DOT DOT DOT).

Snotty McSnotterson said...

I'm totally doing Whoreleen. TOTALLY (EXCLAMATION POINT)

barbjensen said...

Narwhals

Snotty McSnotterson said...

Narwhals! The Esq will be pleased. You two must be related.

Snotty McSnotterson said...

Also got a request for EVERY EMBARRASSING MOMENT I'VE EVER HAD. Which, quite frankly, would take me a lifetime to write. But I'll think of something.