“d” is for . . .

You leave a comment on this post, and I’ll assign you a letter. You write about ten things you love that begin with your assigned letter, and post it at your place. When people comment on your list, you give them a letter, and the chain continues on and on.

stacy gave me the letter d for the ten things i have to write about. so let’s seeeeeee.

#1. d is for differentiation, which i love, believe it or not.

#2. d is for detention, which is really the most useful lesson school has ever really given. 

#3. d is for duck, duck, goose, a game we played in primary school where you get to hit people on the head and then have them chase you in a circle. if only we were so easily amused now.

#4. d is for donut holes, which i love but don’t really understand.

#5. d is for detective conan, a japanese anime character who is uber awesome.

#6. d is for dr doodlittle, which i’m quite sure i loved as a child. eddie murphy is funny.

#7. d is for denouement, my favourite part of every story.

#8. d is for dust, which we all secretly love. i know this because we all collect it. the people that try to dust it away are just in denial.

#9. d is for denial, which is a very fun game.

and finally, #10. d is for defy. something we’ll always do, something we have to do, and something we love to do.

p.s. i predict that someone, probably garmon, is going to come along and say “d is for dick”.

  1. p.s. i predict that someone, probably garmon, is going to come along and say “d is for dick”

    LOL i totally agree =p

    • Garmon
    • February 13th, 2009

    im just not gonna say anything.

  2. did you guys want letters?

    francis: k

    garmon: e


  3. i loved “dust”.

    and conan just rocks.

  4. i cant be bothered translating for you.
    but ahh the wonders of http://translate.google.com

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