There Are Many Ways To Define Love; As It Turns Out, Way More Than I Knew About.

Just a quick post for you Saturday blog readers; I’m attempting to get my kitchen totally spotless today (Imagine that!), INCLUDING getting the kitchen desk cleared of the clutter. I’ll let you know if I’m successful; keep your fingers crossed for me. (I also realize that I haven’t commented back to you all on the last four or so posts: Busy week! I’m getting to it, hopefully this weekend if you want to keep checking back!) We’re also having Julesie join us for dinner and a Fab Five Game Night. Good times!

Anyway, you may remember this post about my total sadness and anger about the Sears Tower being known by something else–to non-Chicago natives, no doubt–by summer. Icky.

When the news broke, I discovered that the Sears Tower has joined the Twitterati (did I just make up a word? Hmmm. Probably not.) in some form or another, so I immediately started following him or her. (Click here to follow him/her yourself!) (By the way, “Willis Tower” is also Twittering, but I refuse to follow, on principle.)

I asked the Sears Tower to retweet the link to my post, which he/she did. (Thanks, if you’re reading!) (Hey, if a building can tweet, he/she can read, you know!)

I sent this tweet out last night. Totally innocent.

Then, I woke up today to find tweets from my sister Julesie and Karen (The Microblogologist), letting me know that, in Julesie’s words, “there’s a name for that kind of love, you know.”

OMG, I had no idea. Click on this link ONLY if you are not surrounded by children and ONLY if you are not at work, unless you work in an industry having anything to do with sex and/or fetishism. Yes, I’m serious. And no, I don’t love the Sears Tower LIKE THAT*. (EDITED: Michelle gave me the heads up that I put the wrong link in here. Thanks Michelle! It’s fixed now. Click at your own risk.)

Tomorrow’s post? A totally innocent Happy Homemaker Tip. Really.

*I must add, though, that you have to be impressed that, with this post, I was able to use a TON of my little post labels. They’re funny in this context, don’t you think?

10 Comments

  • House of Jules

    If it makes you feel any better, I just put THIS together, and I think it makes sense. Now we just have to get Chicago politicians on board, and one Mr. Phillip Drummond to sign the parental release form.

  • The Microblogologist

    If my brain had to be warped by that article/documentary then EVERYONE’S brain did too ;). According to their website the objectophiles do not like the documentary because they feel it exploits and sensationalizes them, what in the world did they expect it to do? I still wonder if it is a hoax or not…

  • Michelle

    Ummm, it just takes me to Friday’s post. Does my computer not like me? 🙂 Hey, do we have a cookie dough date yet?

  • WeaselMomma

    I don’t know what’s more disturbing, That these women do this or that they are so okay with it that they broadcast it for the world. It’s time for them to be committed.

  • Melisa with one S

    If you haven’t yet, everybody, click on the link that Julesie/House of Jules put in her comment. It’s HILARIOUS!

    Microblogologist: Sadly, I don’t think it’s a hoax. There are ALL kinds of people out there. Icky.

    Michelle: Thanks again for pointing out my mistake. I hope your nightmares weren’t awful, after you watched the video once I corrected the link. 🙂 And no, we don’t have a cookie dough date yet. Give me an idea of your schedule over the next couple of weeks!

    Weaselmomma: Both are equally disturbing. And it’s not just women. Wasn’t that a man in part of the video? I’d check, but I don’t want to watch it again. Ugh.

  • nonnasnonsense

    ok, i haven’t clicked on the link yet but i just want to say BS!! i HATE all of these places changing their names for sponsors names. hell, even nascar is driving me crazy. i just call them big boys and little boys cuz i can’t keep up with who is sponsoring them each year.

  • Michelle

    Spring break — I’m trying to take the whole week off but can definitely do at least TF where my husband doesn’t have to leave for baseball until 3 those days. Possibly also W or Th? How are you looking during spring break?

  • NukeDad

    OK, I’ve heard of someone “Riding the fence”, but that’s just ridiculous.

    Talk about your “E-ticket” ride. (For the guy who “wants your fluids”-I’ll bet he’s a car mechanic)

    I can’t decide on the Archery girl-go with a Robin Hood joke or William Tell? Hmm…

  • The Microblogologist

    Way late for anyone to actually check back but that “man” who wanted the fluids is a woman! Think her name is Amy. There are male OS’s they’ve been coming out of the OS closet a bit more I guess. The more you know!

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