Finally the computer has explained itself... it's afraid of it's own kind. That's right! If you look at the picture you will notice that it ask nicely for you to prove you are not a robot. Ok so maybe our computers aren't robots, but there is clearly some fear on their side of robots rising up and possibly using them for evil deeds, possibly to take over the world, or to post on blogs. (Which if you think about it it's quite ingenious of the computers because if robots were to take over the world I'd suspect they'd take over blogs or Disney first in order to capture the minds of humans.) Anyway robots seem to be a nasty problem for the computers for they have upped their game and have established a verification code version 2.0 in order to stop said robots from fulfilling said evil deeds. So there you have it, it's all out there in the open now. No more of those pesky robots commenting on our blogs. I think everyone who has a blog will agree with me when I say: "Thank you computers. Thanks for a job well done at keeping the robots in check; and maintaining your status and control over humans. We are in good hands!"
This morning I had the goal to gets lots of homework done, and be productive! Unfortunately my roommates and I got distracted... And thus, the idea to do our nails (and put off doing homework) was born!! It was really fun because my sister Hilaree had told me about a cool way to do my nails using eyeshadow. Ok so you take eyeshadow and you break it up until it's fine powder. Then you add clear nail polish to it, paint your nails and voila!
You got awesome matte looking nails.
My roommates Carly and Alix tried a new way to do their nails too! what they did was paint their nails white, then got newspaper and rubbing alcohol. They cut out pieces and placed it on their nail and then wetted the paper with the alcohol and the ink came off on to their nail and .... Ta da!
Pretty neat huh?
I love the face on Carly's thumb and the "Usher's" on Alix's thumb. Hahaha! It was a great way to put off homework! (like blogging) Time waster out!! ;)
So I know I haven't blogged for a while... yeah I've been really bad at it. Now school is over for the break so maybe I'll be able to get some blogging done! Anyway I just wanted to share this super random experience I had up here at BYU, it made me laugh. So the other day my roommate and I were at the corner store near my apartment and I asked the girl at the counter if they sold tea. She looked all disgusted with me and said "No" as if I had just offended her, and I thought "Um I was thinking herbal tea." Oh Mormons! Random I know, Blogger out ;)
Ok so my roommate Carly just had Birthday, and with that birthday came a present of a dozen cupcakes. With those cupcakes came certain responsibility, the responsibility to eat said cupcakes. Now my roommate Carly didn't want to eat them all so she offered me one, which I ate in one bite. And because of that one bite, thus was born the idea that I could fit four of those cupcakes in my mouth... Which I did plus one. So I was going to show you proof because we recorded it, but for some reason I couldn't load it onto my blog. Here is a picture of me getting ready to eat them. It's not as cool as the video, but I'm afraid it's all I have.
Ok so this is a two-parter-random post dealing with the world of technology and then the world of nature. Let us begin:
The other day I was caught off-guard by a bit of online randomness. I was filling out this online application and at the bottom of the page there was this link:
I don't know about you, but this is what went through my head after reading that: "Wait.... What?!.... if they're blind how can they see this....*Start thinking real hard*.... I'm so lost!....*Think a bit deeper*... uh.... *Deeper still*.... Yup I got nothing."
If this is what just went on in your mind don't try to think too hard or delve too deep into this very puzzling question because I still don't understand! Yet, there is one explanation I can offer that may clear it up a bit and that is that this link was located on a government website.
Now as we move to the world of nature I like you to briefly recall the previous paragraph and think about what it meant to you; however, if you cannot recall the previous paragraph then just simply continue reading on to the next bit of Randomness. Now I'd like you to look at this picture:
Notice anything weird?... No, then let's take a closer look shall we:
If you still can see it you may want to look into getting glasses.
This is my new friend Fred. He is a super cute little guy, with what looks like a terrible sunburn. Him and I were instant friends. We talked a bit and chilled. I was contemplating on letting him live with us; but then I remembered the Honor Code and that wonderful phrase "If you love something set it free, or break it's legs so it can't run away." Well I didn't want to hurt Fred so I decided to set him free. Here is our heart felt good-bye with the classic kiss-of-the-hand gesture as we parted.
Well I guess the true message of this post is that apparently the government doesn't know who blind people are, (or they know a secret about their abilities that I don't), and that you can find friends in all situations, (even if it's them secretly following you into your house). Have a great day and let a little randomness into your life every once in a while. Random blogger out!! ;)
Hey so more catch-up today! So I moved into an apartment, up in Utah, like 3 weeks ago, with 5 other girls, and it is great! I definitely got the best roommates ever!!!! And with that statement I believe introductions are in order. This is Carly who has been featured on this prestigious blog already.
Ok so as afore mentioned, this is me and Carly. We are finishing up making dinner for everyone. And if you look down... BAM! There's everyone!
Going left to right it's Charee, Kacie, Alix, me, and Colleen. Don't we just look awesome? I bet all you reading are just like "Man I wish I had that cool of roommates!" Sorry they are one of a kind and they are mine! Oh yeah!
We have had some pretty good times together so far, and the year has barely started. We have this awesome quote-slash-picture wall. It's pretty awesome.
Unfortunately there is a lacking in pictures currently, but don't fret it will soon be mended. Oh and our end of the semester paper chain full of the most random holidays.
More tid-bits about me and my roommates:
- We are all 20 and juniors (until October).
- We all are studying the coolest subjects offered at BYU.
- We all are from different places, two of us the same state, but each our own city.
- We are all amazingly awesome!
- We all eat and sleep.
It's amazing how different and yet how similar we are! Well now you've seen and know a bit about my roommates. Don't worry there should be plenty of posts about them, so you will see them again. Bragging blogger with coolest roommates ever signing off! ;)
(Here's some fun pics of us.)
Kacie and Alix painting there room so it no longer is an Easter egg.
Here is four of us after Fall fest where we danced like crazy!
Here Charee and Carly are wrestling... I don't know why, but it was funny!
Okay so I was posting a comment on my sisters blog and then it asked me for the verification code: ansorgat. I heard somewhere this was to make sure you are human, which leaves me to ask a very important question: What does ansorgat mean? If the reason is to make sure you're human wouldn't you want to put actual words you know that humans use. I feel like putting a bunch of random letters together would make it easier for the panda, lamp, manatee, or whatever non-human thing your computer is trying to keep from using it. Overall I think it is a bit tedious and a little silly, I mean really what would a lamp have to post on my sisters blog! Well that's my shpeel on verification codes. This human ansorgatting off :)
[But seriously if you know what it means let me know. Also let me know if you have a problem with pandas, lamps, manatees, or any other non-human thing messing with your computer]