Thursday, March 16, 2006

for my peeps

there are a good number of people who mock my vernacular, most commonly, my use of the word "peeps" (people) and "deets" (details).

one of these people who mock me is dave. i may have creative vocabulary, but wow. he is wordy. and he is in marketing. :) and for the record, here is everything you ever wanted to know about peeps.

when he was one of the lucky three guys who received a box of purple peeps from me (in honor of relay), this was left on my voicemail:

thanks for the peeps.

although, have you ever eaten one of those? good $%!&*#^. it's like, it's like, i don't know, i can't even describe it, it's like a snowcone burped. i don't know. it's the weirdest. what are those? they're not natural.

i think they only come out once a year because if you eat more than three, you're diabetic. which i did, that's how i know. my teeth hurt, they're actually aching. i think they're coming loose.

don't mean to sound ungrateful, but i still will not use the word or acknowledge that it exists.

but, you know, thanks...


Marie said...
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Marie said...

I do not know what is more troubling…that I read the entire FAQ document on Peeps or that I found it fascinating.

foxmulder said...

Hee hee now I wanna know why you deleted the first comment.

Peeps are disgusting.

Amy said...

Peeps are grose, and I have a funny story. One night about a year ago, Dave Morris was at my house and there were peeps on the counter that nobody was eating, so Dave opened them up and bit their heads off and put them back in the box. It was very funny, one of those easily entertaining moments! :)

shelley said...

amy, you always make me laugh!

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