Wednesday, February 11, 2009

that crummy thing called love

Oh no.

Valentine ’s Day is around the corner. That mushy day that’s designed to keep Archie’s and Cafe Coffee Day in business.

See, the thing is, I don’t really have a problem with love. Heck, there are days I violently believe in it. But I have a problem with celebrating these things on a given day that is standard issue. Why? Why can’t I celebrate Valentines’ Day some other day, say...25th of March. And why do I have to celebrate it with countless other folk? And who are you to tell me which day to get mushy?

It’s like my birthday. I never feel like celebrating it on that day. Or New Year’s Eve. By evening I’m bummed out. Because it’s like I have to, just have to celebrate it that day.

Anyway, for those who like 14th of February on 14th of February, here’s a site you might enjoy. It inspired me to come up with some of my own messages.


YA, LIKE FOR ONE DAY I’M SUPPOSED TO FORGET YOU LOOK UGLY AS HELL

WILL NOT SUCCUMB.

BELCH. BURP. FART.
YOU ARE MY SWEETHEART.

ROSES ARE SHIT
VIOLETS ARE GOO
IF IT AIN’T DIAMONDS
I DON’T LOVE YOU

HAPPY WHATEVER

Go to http://www.meish.org/vd/. And give love a shove.

7 comments:

Small Miracle said...

hahahah....unfrigginbelievably cool!!! : )

I agree with ya...I am at an age at its all crap..the real thing is treatin me with love and most importanlty respect the ENTIRE year long!!!: )

agent green glass said...

yeah small miracle. i love that last line. : )

Small Miracle said...

Give love the shove!: )

Anirban said...

shove. as in shove off the window ledge? or shoved off some cliff. or maybe shoved into a well. off an aircraft or a train. ahh, so many possibilities. Lovely:-)

agent green glass said...

taking off from your list... another violent possiblity also exists. one that coincides with ending up rich or a jailbird. it's called give love a shovel!heh heh. happy valentine my love : )

Corinne Rodrigues said...

I'm in shock! Ha - actually gone past that stage, I'd like to think....Nice take on V-Day though....no mushiness here but I 'LOVE' your blog ;)

Corinne

Lori said...

I agree with you, everyday should be celebrated for what it is and not a couple of days singled out for a mass celebration. Everyone should celebrate in their own way in the own time frame. Love your blog!