Last night, I went to the Laughing Squid 10th Anniversary Party, where I heard "what's your blog?" far too many times and where I must have been one of about five people not employed by Yahoo! or Google. It was good times, though -- especially when the singing started. Anyone
who will bust out the old-school BSB and N Sync is OK in my book (alright!
Oh man. Those internet-type parties are TOTALLY where's-your-blog. It's like we spend so much time online that when we get together in real life, all we can think about is what we'll be doing once we can get back to a computer.
Unless everyone at the party has a Treo, Sidekick or other web-publising-capable gadget. Lame.
On behalf of the socially-retarded, I really want to apologize, but I totally swear that Ernie and I tried our very best... we take our singing in public very seriously and it's not something our online personalities can really convey.
That was R. Kelly's "Trapped In The Closet" we were singing, btw.
Yes -- "a midget!" -- but also "I Want You Back" or whatever it's called. "You're all I ever wanted. You're all I ever needed, yeah..."
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