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Rowan wrote on 2020-03-19 at 20:02:
I found the horse! 🙂
Colin wrote on 2020-03-18 at 17:44:
I was OB SESSED with that Special Ed song for years! Put it on my first ever Friends Mix which maybe I sent you a copy of? Specifically I always loved the things he made up to make himself sound rich that were so farfetched no one would possibly believe them and so the only thing to think is that he’s actually bragging about his imagination.

My favorite lines are: “kinda fond of Honda scooters, I’ve got 74” and “maybe later cause my waiter made potatoed alligator soufflé.” I like the first line because it always makes me picture Ed standing at the top of a big outdoor staircase leading up to an ornate 80s mansion wearing a Sergio Tacchini velour suit, looking out onto an enormous driveway where 74 scooters are neatly lined up, and then I always think “what could he possibly do with all those scooters????” And I like the next line first of all because he calls a butler a waiter for the sake of the rhyme, and second because “potatoed alligator soufflé” is such a funny idea for a rich person’s food.

Thank you for reminding me of the video! I always remember it taking place in like a Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous mansion because that’s what I imagined it would be for years when I just heard that song on the radio. I love so much more that it’s actually just Grand Army Plaza and a junkyard and the front of a high school.
Pink Dolphin wrote on 2020-03-04 at 00:06:
Feeling stressed and tense so I read the entry about your lil notebook while listening to twinkly music. I can breath with an open heart again. Thank you!
brian wrote on 2020-03-03 at 18:56:
I'm so glad you have a guestbook 🤘🏄🍻🏄‍♂️🤘
Tolby wrote on 2020-02-12 at 21:58:
Lookin good! Glad we’re back on bizz ness
bob wrote on 2020-02-11 at 16:34:
for some reason need a mnem’ for land cruiser (good) v range rover (bad). please help
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
the cruiser is a bruiser, the rover's days are over
lola wrote on 2020-02-10 at 22:53:
i love your page :o)
Email User wrote on 2020-02-01 at 07:18:
A lot of folks are pissed in 2020 but only so many are PISS 2020. 🍓 The strawberries sound like strawberries! 🥤
Tony wrote on 2020-01-27 at 16:49:
❤ 322
Mice Leslie wrote on 2020-01-22 at 14:28:
Welcome back to the form, fujichia was my first reason to look at a computer.
Whatta Mook wrote on 2020-01-22 at 00:02:
My recommendation for a simple Piss 2020 trick: before a nap fill thyself to capacity. This extra hydration can trigger a vivid, sometimes lucid dream. Upon waking, required drainage helps one rejoin reality and puzzle dream residue/connect dots while riding the wave. If your sleep was dreamless, there's still 11 solid months of Piss 2020 to experiment further.
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
whoa, i honestly didn't think of "ride the wave" in such a direct way (euphemism), but it's good. "hold that thought, i gotta ride the wave" 🙂
Cool Dog On My Nalgene wrote on 2020-01-21 at 18:59:
Piss 2020! Simultaneously drying out (eating pistachios) and hydrating (full nalgene) whilst reading posts nos 1 & 2. Just reached the last pistachio - it's completely hermetically sealed, nary a hint of a crack. Do I crack it, or let it hang out in its shell forever?
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
i tend to honor the ones that remain sealed by not eating them. they stayed tuff enuff to the end. pistachios in valhalla
maggie wrote on 2020-01-21 at 11:35:
smashin that like button
Ana wrote on 2020-01-21 at 08:48:
I was in that dehydrated fog world for a while until I started bringing a canteen with me whenever I go out - it's loosely strapped around my neck in tandem with my back pack so I can never lose it and it's a constant reminder to DRINK ! So I get the piss energy a lot, welcome to the club ! and welcome back to the blog world !
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
i tried being a Canteen Guy for a bit but I couldn't hack it. now i just chug to capacity at the watering hole
COLIN wrote on 2020-01-20 at 23:37:
mark iosifescu wrote on 2020-01-17 at 19:29:
Email User wrote on 2020-01-17 at 04:30:
Welcome home to your page! I bookmarked it and added the bookmark to the home screen on my phone. Now there's a little hypertext wormhole from one home to another.📱
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
welcome, user! come on into the wormhole, see the worm! 🐍
Lamce wrote on 2020-01-16 at 19:13:
Hi! Excited for a regular dose of that special balancing vector I used to find on the front page of mothers news.
sixer wrote on 2020-01-16 at 05:34:
clicking submit to smash a champagne bottle on this website
Jenine wrote on 2020-01-16 at 03:45:
Ahhhhhhhh, this feels like unearthing a time capsule I forgot that I buried in my mind. Thank you.
Whatta Mook wrote on 2020-01-16 at 03:22:
Used to bring my favorite newspaper to work to fill my doomed head with a cleansing swarm of killer bees in spare moments. This'll do the trick too! Looking forward to future missives from this zone of the dome.
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
buzz buzz baby 🐝🐝
Jordan S wrote on 2020-01-16 at 02:10:
Hi Jacob! Very excited about the new venture. Tuesday is good, not the beginning of the week, not the middle, not the weekend. It's just Tuesday.
Dark Wing wrote on 2020-01-16 at 01:08:
Coooool. Really psyched this is happening. I still want those books but this is way better!
Lily wrote on 2020-01-16 at 00:24:

Thinking about how my friend’s 4 year old showed up at preschool recently and greeted the PE teacher (guess they have those at preschool??) with a high five and said “Hey coach! Saw a worm today” and just kept it moving.
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
love it! i wonder if that was pure joy at having seen a worm (understandable) or the pride of being an early bird? either way, that's a great way to start the day! 🐍
Frankie Santoro wrote on 2020-01-15 at 23:26:
Walking on water wasn’t built in a day!
ms. h. panky wrote on 2020-01-15 at 23:13:
Dinty Mo wrote on 2020-01-15 at 23:07:
When my alarm went off this morning I was in middle of a dream, on an industrial city sidewalk with a pseudo-authority figure I didn't recognize, looming slightly larger above me to my left. So of course the question: my subjective experience of knowing this dream narrative and its aesthetics, even the feeling of amusement around its details (I had a skateboard, and I don't really skate) - is that all epiphenomenal, can it ever have downward causation on neurons, is my subjective experience of a different type than the kind of sense information that would in fact inform my speech acts? Dennett would say nah, science does fine explaining lots of things like evolution and makes continual progress, but Nagel would respond, so how does evolution really explain mathematical truths. Can touching a hot kettle enough times create enough frustration that the act of throwing it to the curb is actually caused by the mental buildup of frustration (downward), different from and not by the physical burning on its own terms?
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
Gotta plead the 5th on this one, DMO. Well I gotta plead something, might as well be the 5th. 🙂
cccc wrote on 2020-01-15 at 22:13:
this idea of a dollhouse; how we tend to a home not being dissimilar from an editing practice. so easy to let dirty dishes stick around for too long.... not deleting unnecessary metaphors n shit..... blog as a house, i say: good ! let’s vacuum
Admin Reply by: fujichia_i1bq66
It's funny to "clean house" in a domain where space is effectively infinite. I mess with the floor plan constantly, and I've lost things through non-payment of website fees, but this is the first time I've ever just put a ton of stuff in storage, it feels great!
crocodile wrote on 2020-01-15 at 18:38:
hi! 🧚 🧚 🧚 🧚 🧚 🧚 🧚