|Get it? Auburn's mascot is a tiger, so of course the tiger|
would go after the Alabama fans.
Speaking of pranks, I check out this video from Improv Everywhere:
It's too rare to find videos that are funny and clever and don't involve a blow to the crotch. This also reminds me of a conversation I had with the Boy the other day:
Me: When I was little, I wished that I were a twin.
Boy: Duh, you are a twin.
Me: I am?
Boy: Aunt [Sister] is your twin.
Me: Hmmm. No.
Boy: Are you sure?
I had to text Sister about this:
Speaking of the Boy, the first graders at his school have to research an American hero and deliver a monologue about the person's accomplishments. The teachers film the kids wearing costumes and reading their monologues and in a couple of weeks there's a showcase where they show the film to the parents. Someone typed up the Boy's monologue, leaving sentence fragments and racial insensitive portions intact:
I promise that we have not been watching Song of the South here. The good news is that I've seen him deliver his monologue and he doesn't annunciate very clearly. Maybe he'll be so hard to understand that no one will realize that he's being a slavery apologist. Moving on, did you all know that Clark shot Lewis? Sure, a bear. I think we've all heard that one before.
Are you all looking for something to do tomorrow? Well, did you know it was International Pillow Fight Day? Because Atlanta is super cool, we actually have two pillow-fight-flash-mob events going on. One is in Freedom Park and the other is on Spring Street. The Freedom Park one appears to be family friendly. The Spring Street one is actually billed as a Pajama Jam and the promo picture features four girls collectively wearing two pairs of pajamas. So, not as family friendly would be my guess.
Speaking of Freedom Park, a friend of mine was playing there with her son when a couple of slightly ominous looking guys pulled up in separate cars. They nodded at each other and then each guy got out of his car, popped his trunk open, and started rooted around in the back of the car. My friend got a little freaked out and thought about leaving. The next thing she knew, both of the guys pulled out gigantic signs, shut their trunks, and started to practice sign spinning techniques together. You know what I'm talking about, right? Sign spinners are the new sandwich board guys.
|Usually the signs say, 'We Buy Gold' or '$5 pizza!' and usually you can|
see the sign spinner holding his phone and texting behind the sign.
Finally, I found this cool game via Pinterest.
Warning: I believe you could waste many, many hours trying to stump Akinator. Basically, you think of a person, real or fictional, and Akinator can guess who it is. When I played he correctly guessed Rory Gilmore, Trixie Belden, and August Pullman. I'm convinced!
Have a great weekend!