Wednesday, August 16, 2006

A Big Day for the 7th Notion

So I was reading my favorite blog, 'Revenege of the Nerd', and I finally got around to commenting (it was very cool and about Star Trek). Now, in order to get the signifigance of this next part you have to understand that this is a vert popular, very well written blog (and its very cool, but not about Star Trek). She (the nerd) turned down my marriage proposal but apparently liked my blog enough to link it to hers (albeit along with like two dozen others). So this means I have another reader (I think I'm up to five) and I'm linked to a much cooler site! Maybe I should make August 15th a 7th Notion holiday (I don't think 'nerdday' will do since frankly most of my days are like that...maybe SabilaDay)...

P.S. I'll link 'Revenege of the Nerd' to this page real soon-like.

10 comments:

SabilaK said...

Hey, THANKS! I'm blushing. Really, I am! :D

SabilaK said...

Ugh, and I hate those smiley faces. I don't know why I just smiley faced you. Apologies.

The Juicy One said...

hahahahahaha you proposed to someone over a blog. WOW. (you do know he's still in highschool, right?)

but yeah sabs (if i can call you that) your blog is really good, and i can't believe how many books you've read! (i feel so....uncultured)

Also, i know it's sort of a personal question- but how do you feel about your mom trying to arrange a marriage for you, or at least pushing you into it so much? Do you even want to get married?

justifiably_vertical said...

Well, girls smile at me so infrequently that I really dont mind.
And juicy, you should know that e-proposing is one of the more normal results of my current lonliness/rebound(ish) impulse.

The Juicy One said...

normal, riiiiiiiight.

"well, girls smile at me so infrequently..."
ok gav, stop, just stop.

SabilaK said...

Juicy: I'm glad you enjoy my blog. My life is interesting, indeed. And, no, I don't feel like I'm ready to get married right now. Alas, Pakistani parents are genetically predisposed to play matchmaker for their children. If their children are already married, they will play matchmaker for other peoples' children. I'm letting my mom do what she will for the comedy that will surely result from these ridiculous blind (often family) dates. Yes, you heard it here: blind family dates.

dr_koopon said...

"And juicy, you should know that e-proposing is one of the more normal results of my current lonliness/rebound(ish) impulse."
ummm... do i want to know the non-normal results?

and sabila, i can imagine no greater embarresment a parent can give. ur best bet may be to claim ur seeing vertical (plus id laugh for hours straight)

SabilaK said...

Dude, I'm Revenge of the Nerddd (please note 3 d's), not Revenge of the Nerdd. Unfortunately, your link to me is busted.

justifiably_vertical said...

(hangs head because he is now the laughing stock of all bloggers)

The Juicy One said...

hm....i wonder if checking "engaged" on your college app makes you diverse? koopon cuold have an idea there....