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20 September 2008 @ 04:31 pm
Can I quit my family?  
Boy, I'm seriously tempted to pack my laptop/mom and move faaaaar away. Like Alaska. Or Ca-na-da (which is definitely NOT a state of the U.S.). *nods*

This week kinda resembled a SEAL training... just not as much fun as that. From now on I'll never again play backup-teacher to my sister's class. No way.

They had this test about the states of the U.S. and their capitols. Let's just say that - if we use their version - America is the world with a few parts missing along the way.

Then my brother had the male-version of PMS (I'm going to knock him up 'n' down if he doesn't stop soon) and behaved like a b*tch. *headdesk* Not my fault if he forgets to register his bike...

And last, my uncle married Jane and I couldn't be bridesmaid because he married in Denmark where you don't need one and I hadn't had the time anyway. *sulks*

BUT now it's weekend and I'm working Photoshop like a woah.

Trying to make a manip of Iron Man's Pepper Potts as the main woman from Witchblade: peek-a-boo.

The new WB movie is plannnd for 2009 but no names have been released yet, so I was able to use the promo poster without any problems. I've been a fan of the shot TV series back in the 90s and my sister is totally in awe of the possibility of a manip. =D
C'est la vie!: Friends - Rachel/Ross {kiss in the rain}friendsholic on September 20th, 2008 03:05 pm (UTC)
Why do you want to quit your family? I'll trade you mine, yours can't be that bad. Come to Canada :-D I don't know about Alaska so I can't judge but Canada is nice.

What's a male version of PMS like? You've got me all intrigued.

Aww, you got cheated out of the bridemaid gig. You still could have gone to the wedding, it would have given you an opportunity to visit Denmark.

Iron Man/Witchblade interesting combination.
thisbequeerchik on September 20th, 2008 03:16 pm (UTC)
Men have a hormone cycle just like women (according to my African American Literature professor, at least. She's smart, and talks about more than Lit, so I believe her, 'cause it does make sense). I think it's basically a rise in testosterone levels, so they get more aggressive.

And Mercy - *hugs* I just moved back to college a few weeks ago, and I seriously couldn't wait to get back, never mind the homework and somewhat horrible food. I'm sure I might want to trade my sister come next Monday, too. She's coming to stay and insisting on dragging me to a bar. Bars are not my thing, so that should be interesting, to say the least.

The manip looks good, too.
C'est la vie!: Friends - Rachel/Ross {kiss in the rain}friendsholic on September 20th, 2008 03:20 pm (UTC)
The manipulation looks cool, I had not click on the peek-a-boo link and now I have.
Vicky: [Atlantis] Sparky - Feels so goodvickysg1 on September 20th, 2008 03:30 pm (UTC)
Sometimes, family... Well, you know... So, male PMS does exist... I'm sad you had to find out first-hand.
lorettakaylorettakay on September 20th, 2008 03:35 pm (UTC)
Don't move to Alaska. It's barely a state. And I do agree that Canada is not a state, aye.

So the kiddies put everything in the US. Good to know it's not just US kids who don't know where stuff is.

:( Sorry life sucks right now! But your birthday is days away and that should make everything better for a day at least.

Oh, and did I tell you I was coming for a visit in April? *huggles*
Melissasweetiemissy on September 20th, 2008 11:32 pm (UTC)
There's nothing in Canada except snow and poutine. This, being a Canuck that I am, is true. Snow and poutine oh and pemmican.
oceandreams on October 20th, 2008 11:50 pm (UTC)
Yes, move to Canada. That's where I am *nods*

ps. I friended you, hope you don't mind.
Mercy: [SGA] Quotes - far far awaymercscilla on October 21st, 2008 03:22 pm (UTC)
*grins* I promised myself that I'd would spend a vacation there. I'm a cold-loving being and Canada is on top of that list. :D

ps. No, sir. Gonna friend you right back. ^^